Klamath Irrigation District to Modernize Irrigation Infrastructure
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Oregon has released a Final Watershed Plan-Environmental Assessment (EA) and a Finding of No Significant Impact for the North Unit Irrigation District Infrastructure Modernization Project.
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is offering contract opportunities for architectural and engineering services from small firms with an emphasis on watershed restoration work.
Public Scoping Meetings for Wood-Pawcatuck Rivers Watershed Flood Protection Project to be held January 26, 2023
NRCS and the Southern Rhode Island Conservation District (project Sponsor) are holding two Public Scoping Meetings on January 26, 2023, to discuss the proposed Wood-Pawcatuck Rivers Watershed Flood Protection project in Washington and Kent Counties, Rhode Island.
USDA NRCS Announces a 30-Day Public Review Period for a Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment for Doyle Creek Watershed Site 11 in Marion County, Kansas
30-Day Public Review Period for a Draft Supplemental Environmental Assessment (EA)
El USDA ofrece asistencia por desastre y flexibilidad en sus programas a los agricultores y ganaderos de Florida afectados por el huracán Ian
El USDA ofrece asistencia por desastre y flexibilidad en sus programas a los agricultores y ganaderos de Florida afectados por el huracán Ian.
USDA Offers Disaster Assistance and Program Flexibility to Florida Farmers and Livestock Producers Impacted by Hurricane Ian
If you are unable to reach your local NRCS office for emergency assistance, contact: FL NRCS State Office at (352) 338-9500 or SM.NRCS.FL.DISASTERINFO@USDA.GOV.
Powder Valley Water Control District (PVWCD), USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Oregon, and Farmers Conservation Alliance propose to modernize aging infrastructure to address water loss, water delivery reliability, and operation inefficiencies in Powder Valley Water Control District.
North Carolina (NC) is no stranger to natural disasters, and with Hurricane Fiona moving through the Atlantic, it’s a reminder that the 2022 hurricane season is still ongoing. It’s important to know that residents of the state are not without options for relief after a disaster.
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Oregon, in cooperation with the U.S. Forest Service (Forest Service) and the Middle Fork Irrigation District (MFID), is considering alternatives for the rehabilitation of Clear Branch Dam near Parkdale, Oregon.