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Kansas producers interested in participating in Organic Transition Initiative are encouraged to apply by March 9, 2024.
De La Terre Permaculture Farm in Louisiana is transitioning to USDA Certified Organic, with financial and technical support from the USDA's Organic Transition Initiative. The farm aims to establish a thriving ecosystem and market certified organic produce.
Restoring the Forest One Property at a Time - Property Owners Aim to Increase Resiliency With Restoration Work
Restoring the forest one property at a time - Property owners aim to increase resiliency with restoration work.
NRCS and Gallatin Valley Land Trust Announce Easement Opportunity in the Lower Gallatin Basin and Missouri Headwaters
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Montana is accepting applications for the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) Entity Held Easements in the Lower Gallatin Watershed and Missouri Headwaters.
NRCS Engineer of the Year Andy Deichert
Jerry Archuleta, Area Resource Conservationist for Planning, Awarded NCPP HHB Award
The deadline to receive fiscal year 2024 funding is March 15, 2024.
Windmist Farm is perhaps the most visible of Jamestown, Rhode Island, farms. The town sits on Conanicut Island in Narragansett Bay, a steppingstone for tourists on their way to nearby Newport.
NRCS in North Carolia is Announcing a Second Sign-Up Date for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.
The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is NRCS’ flagship conservation program that helps farmers, ranchers and forest landowners integrate conservation into working lands.