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South Carolina NRCS At-A-Glance FY-19

AAG front pageNRCS in South Carolina helps American farmers make conservation work for them through science-based conservation planning and implementation.  We promote practices that help farmers enhance agricultural sustainability, reduce input cost, and conserve natural resources.  South Carolina consist of 4.7 million acres of farmland, and NRCS, through outreach and numerous partnerships, including contribution agreements, work to put conservation on the ground and ensure all landowners in South Carolina have access to our programs.

Last year, nearly $35 million was invested in Farm Bill funding to assist South Carolina landowners, units of local and state government, communities and non-profit partners with planning and implementing conservation systems.

Learn more about SC NRCS program accomplishments in FY-19 by downloading a copy of the SC NRCS At-A-Glance booklet HERE.