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Fiscal Year 2019 Kansas EQIP

Category

Area of Eligibility

Cutoff Date

Additional Documents

Kansas Practice Payment Schedule - Fiscal Year 2019 (PDF; 2.3 MB) revised 2/28/19

All applications Statewide  

National Issue Questions (PDF; 67 KB)

Forestland Health (FLH)

Statewide

12/21/2018

FLH State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 49 KB)

Grazing Lands Health (GLH)

Statewide

12/21/2018

GLH State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 57 KB)

Livestock Waste (LSW)

Statewide

12/21/2018

LSW State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 53 KB)

Sedimentation Above Federal Reservoirs (SFR)

Kansas Water Office Priority Federal Reservoirs (PDF; 639 KB)

12/21/2018

SFR State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 50 KB)

Soil Health (SH)

Statewide

12/21/2018

SH State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 51 KB)

Water Quality (WQL)

Statewide

12/21/2018

WQL State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 60 KB)

Water Quantity (WQN)

Statewide

12/21/2018

WQN State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 56 KB)

Tribal

 

12/21/2018

Tribal State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 73 KB)

Wildlife Habitat (WLH)

Statewide

12/21/2018

WLH State and Local Ranking Questions and Eligible Practices (PDF; 56 KB)

National Initiatives

Area of Eligibility

Cutoff Dates

Additional Documents

On-Farm Energy Initiative—Producers work with an NRCS approved Technical Service Provider (TSP) to develop Agricultural Energy Management Plans or farm energy audits that assess energy consumption on an operation. NRCS may also provide assistance to implement various recommended measures identified in the energy audit through the use of conservation practice standards offered through this initiative.

Statewide

12/21/2018

On-Farm Energy Approved Lands Uses, Resource Concerns, State and Local Issue Ranking Questions, Screening Worksheet (PDF; 80 KB)

Organic Initiative—NRCS will assist producers with installation of conservation practices on agricultural operations related to organic production. Producers currently certified as organic, transitioning to organic, or National Organic Program exempt will have access to a broad set of conservation practices to assist in meeting their resource concerns and fulfilling many of the requirements in an Organic System Plan.

Statewide

12/21/2018

Organic Approved Land Uses, Resource Concerns, State and Local Issue Ranking Questions, Self-Certification Worksheet (PDF; 92 KB)

High Tunnel System Initiative—NRCS helps producers implement high tunnel structures that extend growing seasons for high value crops in an environmentally safe manner. High tunnel benefits include better plant and soil quality, and fewer nutrients and pesticides in the environment.

Statewide

12/21/2018

High Tunnel Approved Land Uses, Resource Concerns, State and Local Issue Ranking Questions (PDF; 44 KB)

Water Quality Initiative—The National Water Quality Initiative will work in priority watersheds to help farmers, ranchers and forest landowners improve water quality and aquatic habitats in impaired streams. NRCS will help producers implement conservation and management practices through a systems approach to control and trap nutrient and manure runoff. Qualified producers will receive assistance for installing conservation practices such as cover crops, filter strips and terraces.

Eligible Watersheds (PDF; 504 KB)

12/21/2018

NWQI Approved Land Uses, Resources Concerns, and Conservation Practices, Screening Worksheet, Ranking Questions (PDF; 367 KB)

Landscape Initiatives

Area of Eligibility

Cutoff Dates

Additional Documents

Lesser Prairie-Chicken Initiative—The Lesser Prairie-Chicken Initiative is a national initiative designed to improve the lesser prairie-chicken habitat. This initiative will also simultaneously promote the overall health of gazing lands and the long-term sustainability of ranching operations.

Lesser Prairie-Chicken Priority Areas (PDF; 464 KB)

12/21/2018

LPCI Ranking Criteria (PDF; 246 KB)

Monarch Butterfly Habitat Development Initiative—NRCS is working with agricultural producers to combat the decline of monarch butterflies by planting milkweed and other nectar-rich plants on private lands. Assistance is available for producers in 10 states in the Southern Plains and Midwest, including Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, Texas and Wisconsin. Monarch Butterfly Project Area (PDF; 247 KB)

12/21/2018

MB Ranking Criteria (PDF; 154 KB)
Anderson Creek Wildfire Initiative—This initiative is an effort to assist agricultural producers in remediating resource concerns resulting from the effects of a wildfire that occurred in March 2016. Map - Anderson Creek Fire Area (PDF; 229 KB)

12/21/2018

Practice Payment Schedule (PDF; 990 KB)
Ranking Criteria (PDF; 108 KB)
Feedlot Closure Initiative Statewide 12/21/2018 Ranking Criteria (PDF; 64 KB)
Kansas Disaster Flood Recovery Initiative Map - Governor's Disaster Declaration (PDF; 994 KB) 7/26/2019 Ranking Criteria (PDF; 14 KB)
Payment Schedule (PDF; 186 KB)