NRCS Alabama Interns met at the State Office in Auburn, Alabama to share their experiences of working for NRCS this summer.
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Singletree Farm has added multiple months to their growing season and improved the quality of their flowers after working with Indiana NRCS to build a high tunnel through EQIP
Floral Compass Flower Farm worked with Indiana NRCS to build a high tunnel in time for the 2020 through EQIP.
Iowa farmers interested in implementing new conservation practices on their farms have until March 17 to apply for the next round of Farm Bill program assistance through USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), including first-time funding through the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA).Iowa
Harvest Moon Farm and Flowers is a blooming business. See how a Seasonal High Tunnel helps a flower business grow
Since Matt Wilson, a veteran and beginner farmer, partnered with the Natural Resources Conservation Service through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program to expand his growing season, he has paid that knowledge forward by hosting educational opportunities for other beginner landowners.
Adam Junge’s budding produce business near Underwood in southwest Iowa is about to grow even more with help from the U.S. Dept. of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).
The Avvisato's received financial asssitance from USDA's NRCS to construct a high tunnel to allow them to extend their growing season by providing a controlled, sheltered environment for their crops.
As is the case on most days, Denise Farms is a busy place to be. Owners Ken and Susie are on-hand making sure things are running smoothly, considering the operation’s unique moving parts, which include something pretty different for the Dallas area—a state-of-the-art hydroponic greenhouse.
Moon Dog Farms, in Santa Fe, Texas, is more than just a small, family-operated farm with a delicious assortment of naturally certified grown vegetables and flowers —it’s become a big way of life for co-owners Casey McAuliffe and Alex McPhail.