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Central National Technology Support Center

Central National Technology Support Center
        The Central National Technology Support Center (CNTSC) for the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is located in Fort Worth, Texas. The National staff members, that aside from the Director, include a Technology Transfer and Assistance Team consisting of technical disciplines to support the States. The technology development teams —Grazing Lands, Wetland, & Wildlife—are assigned to lead NRCS acquisition & development of science-based technology for prescribed special emphasis areas in natural resources conservation.    Recent CNTSC Publications
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National Grazing Lands Team

The National Grazing Lands Team provides technical leadership for ecologically based
technology development in all areas of grazing lands management and conservation.
National Grazing Lands Team
>Ecological Site Descriptions
>Forage Suitability Group Descriptions
>Rangeland Health Assessments
>Pasture Condition Scoring fish and wildlife

National Wetland Team

The National Wetland Team develops, adapts, and disseminates wetland
science and technology to protect, restore, and enhance wetlands.

National Wetland Team

>Technical Consultations
>Technical Standards
>Specialized training and workshops fish and wildlife

National Wildlife Team

The National Wildlife Team provides science-based technologies and training
to improve consideration of fish and wildlife resources on private lands.

National Wildlife Team

>Delivery Tools
>Practices benefiting fish and wildlife