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New Feature Allows Entities to Conduct Online Business with USDA

SALINA, Kansas, September 16, 2020 – An update to now provides access to farmers and ranchers who are members of an entity, as well as individuals, and entities with powers of attorney to conduct online business with U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).  Additionally, online services once available through Conservation Client Gateway (CCG) will be moved to in the coming weeks.

“Here at NRCS, we are committed to providing excellent customer service, whether it’s through our network of USDA Service Centers across the country or online at where we have new self-service features related to our conservation programs,” said Karen A. Woodrich, State Conservationist.  “We are proud to announce that both farmers and ranchers acting as entities as well as those acting on a producer’s behalf have access to self-service options online.”

Self-service features were added to in June, and this latest update expands the scope to include farmers and ranchers who are members of an entity, as well as people with a power of attorney form (FSA-211) on file with USDA Farm Service Agency (FSA).

Now on, producers, entities, and those acting on their behalf can securely interact with NRCS, sign and download documents, and view conservation contract information.  Once entity or power of attorney information is filed with FSA, automatically gives customers access to their profile and any other profiles they have the authority to represent.

Producers can access these conservation features by desktop computer, tablet, or phone.

The features being announced today add to existing features on the site, including:

  • View, download, and e-sign documents;
  • Request conservation assistance;
  • Reference technical terms and submit questions;
  • Access information on current and past conservation practices; and
  • View detailed information on all previous and ongoing contracts, including the amounts of planned and received cost-share assistance.

The features include the most popular aspects of CCG while providing enhanced functionality and an improved user experience.

Managing Conservation Online

To access their information, producers will need a USDA eAuth account to login into  After obtaining an eAuthentication (eAuth) account, producers should visit and sign into the site’s authenticated portal via the “Sign In / Sign Up” link at the top right of the website.

Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge are the recommended browsers to access the feature.

Transition from CCG to

CCG’s functionalities are being moved to to give producers one place to do business with NRCS, FSA, and other USDA agencies.

Current CCG users can use their existing login and password to access the conservation features on  CCG will be actively maintained and supported until all core components are moved to later this year.


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