Growing loblolly pines for profit in East Texas takes patience and partnerships. With assistance from NRCS, Mr. Scott integrates cattle with the trees and uses prescribed burning and thinning to help make his operation a success.
Working Lands Program Manager
(360) 859-4780 ext. 6
Colorado Open Lands is announcing a funding opportunity through the Colorado Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) and their Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP).
Application Deadline: March 15th, 2023
FSA Eligibility Deadline: April 1st, 2023
CSP Program Manager
Phone: (509) 323-2270
USDA-NRCS and Audubon Southwest Collaborate on a Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) project in New Mexico
Through the Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) program, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will provide funding for 50% of the eligible expenses, up to $50,000, to refine and demonstrate the use of multispectral imagery collected with drones to plan and monitor restoration projects.
Fawnna Lee and Tatjana Mercado Recognized as New Mexico’s Civil Rights Employees of the Year for FY 2022
The New Mexico Civil Rights Employees of the year for fiscal year 2022 (FY22) are Fawnna Lee and Tatjana Mercado.
State CSP Coordinator
NRCS is Now Accepting Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) Applications for the Yampa & Little Snake Project
RCPP is a voluntary Farm Bill program which provides financial assistance for targeted conservation projects, addressing natural resource concerns in targeted areas including the Upper Colorado River - Yampa & Little Snake Project Area.
Warmer, dryer summers and changes in rainfall patterns in New Hampshire have caused pest management challenges for fruit and vegetable producers in the Granite State. NRCS has responded with a partner approach and demonstrations to help producers understand programs that support their operations.