Kansas producers interested in participating in Organic Transition Initiative are encouraged to apply by March 9, 2024.
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Biden-Harris Administration Makes Record Investment in Private Lands Conservation As Part of Investing in America Agenda
USDA made record investments in private lands conservation in fiscal year 2023.
The Path to Success is Seldom Straight. We Have the Map. Join the Virtual Roundtable on Feb. 22.
As part of President Biden’s American Climate Corps, USDA Launches New Working Lands Climate Corps to Train Future Conservation and Climate Leaders on Climate-Smart Agriculture
USDA program will place at least 100 young people in jobs across the country
NRCS Seeks Public Comment on 8 Conservation Practices
USDA Celebrates 10 Years of Climate Hubs as Biden-Harris Administration Leads Historic Climate Agenda
A decade of success. The USDA Climate Hubs celebrates 10 years of helping famers and others make climate-informed decisions.
Kansas USDA Announces Financial Assistance Available under the Groundwater Recharge and Sustainability Project
Producers in Greeley and Wichita Counties in Kansas are eligible to receive financial assistance under the Groundwater Recharge and Sustainability Project (GRASP)
Kansas USDA-NRCS Announces Financial Assistance to Cheyenne County Landowners Along the South Fork Republican River
RCPP-SFRR will provide funding to landowners along South Fork Republican River to address plant pest pressure, groundwater depletion, and water quality issues.
New minimum payment is available for new and renewed CSP contracts, and new applications.
USDA Streamlines RCPP, Kansas Projects Receive nearly $35 Million as Part of Unprecedented $1 Billion Investment
USDA is making a historic investment in conservation, including in the Regional Conservation Partnership Program.