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Biden-Harris Administration announces $90 million in innovative projects, including 5 in Texas that help conserve natural resources and address climate change

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USDA is investing $90 million in 53 Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) projects, which support the development of new tools, approaches, practices and technologies to further natural resource conservation on private lands. This will include five projects in Texas.

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NRCS Texas announces additional sign-up period for 2024 National Water Quality Initiative

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NRCS in Texas announced an additional Fiscal Year 2024 sign-up for the National Water Quality Initiative (NWQI) offered through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). NRCS Texas will consider NWQI applications received by Aug. 9, 2024, for the FY24 funding opportunity.

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USDA Offers Disaster Recovery Assistance to Agricultural Producers in Texas Impacted by Recent Tornadoes

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USDA has technical and financial assistance available to help farmers and livestock producers across Texas recover from recent tornadoes and severe weather. Impacted producers should contact their local USDA Service Center to report losses and learn more about program options available to assist.

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Biden-Harris Administration to Invest $50 Million in Projects that Restore Natural Functions and Values of Wetlands As Part of Investing in America Agenda

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USDA to invest up to $50 million in FY24 through the Wetland Reserve Enhancement Partnership to support conservation partners with local projects that help protect, restore and enhance critical wetlands on agricultural lands and help mitigate climate change.
 

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USDA Offers Disaster Recovery Assistance to Agricultural Producers in Texas Impacted by Recent Flooding

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USDA has technical and financial assistance available to help farmers and livestock producers across Texas recover from recent flooding. Impacted producers should contact their local USDA Service Center to report losses and learn more about program options available to assist them.