NRCS is asking for public input through a Federal Register request for information on implementation of more than $19 billion provided by the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA). USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will use the investments provided through IRA-funded conservation programs
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. 2022 – Producers can now take a nationwide survey to help the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) improve and increase access to its programs and services for America’s farmers, ranchers, and forest managers.
Howard‐Suamico Goes Hydroponic, is a project that will improve the school's access to local, fresh, and nutritious food, while also teaching students about innovative agriculture production, using hydroponic technology.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture encourages people and groups wanting to restore and protect critical wetlands, agricultural lands and grasslands to consider enrolling their property into conservation easements.
Brothers Mark and Joe Van Asten pay it forward with the knowledge and practices gathered from a long-time partnership with the Natural Resources Conservation Service and receive well-deserved congressional accolades as demonstration farm ‘ambassadors’ for Wisconsin.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) encourages urban producers, innovative producers, and other stakeholders to virtually attend the third public meeting of the Federal Advisory Committee for Urban Agriculture and Innovative Production (Committee)
The conference planning committee has been committed to providing the best education on soil health and conservation practices for the past 8 conferences and is excited to announce a new partnership for this year's annual event.