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The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), has announced they will begin utilizing the new Act Now policy.
Bryan and Chelsea Phipps are using their cattle as tools to improve soil health, reduce erosion and weeds, and harvest one of our planet’s greatest resources – sunlight on their ranch near Brusett, Montana.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is announcing February 2, 2024, as the next application batching date for applications to be considered for FY2024.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Montana is accepting applications for the Organic Transition Initiative. This is a USDA initiative that provides financial assistance (FA) and technical assistance (TA) for conservation practices that support organic production.
NRCS encourages Rhode Island farmers and forest landowners to sign up for Climate-Smart agriculture & forestry conservation programs before Dec. 15 cut-off date for our first round of FY2024 funding.
USDA Expands Migratory Big Game Pilot in Wyoming to Broader Landscape Initiative, Expanding Next to Idaho and Montana
USDA is expanding its partnership to support the voluntary conservation of private working lands and migratory big game populations from Wyoming to Idaho and Montana.
Act Now, allows NRCS to quickly approve and obligate a ranked application in a designated ranking pool when an eligible application meets or exceeds a State-determined minimum threshold, ranking score.
Using the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) financial assistance program, Jeff installed five grassed waterways, a field border, and is now planting cover crops.
Kenneth McAlister, Wichita SWCD Board member for over 30 years, farms and ranches on historic family land in Wichita County, Texas, on property that runs along the southern bank of the Red River. Kenneth has worked with NRCS to improve his soil health using no-till practices and cover crops.