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RCPP in Action

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Management of tag alder in Marinette County, Wisconsin has meant the return of the near-threatened Golden-winged warbler.

In northern Indiana, partners are demonstrating the effectiveness of using two conservation practices to reduce nutrient loss from agricultural fields.

   
Sunrise and counds reflecting in a bend of the Cedar River Group photo of the Marquis family.

The Middle Cedar Partnership Project is improving the quality of drinking water in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

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The Marquis Organic Dairy is protecting water quality and wildlife habitat on 246 acres in Newport, Vermont.

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Ground-level photo looking between two rows of no till crops; a farm barn and silos are in the background. A felled birch tree is ready for harvesting

The Milwaukee River Watershed Conservation Partnership is bringing together a coalition of partners to mitigate flooding, improve water quality, and implement soil health management systems. 

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The Little Traverse Conservancy is demonstrating how harvesting trees can benefit wildlife, the local economy and efforts to protect additional lands in Michigan.

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The University of Rhode Island is working to improve water quality and wildlife habitat in Rhode Island through expanded adoption of conservation practices near riparian areas.

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The Illinois Corn Growers Association’s Precision Conservation Management project uses partner-funded economic consultants to complement conservation activities, aiming to expand the use and effectiveness of NRCS programs. 

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The California Audubon Society worked with agricultural producers to keep California blackbird colonies from going extinct.

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The Feather River Land Trust, the Northern Sierra Partnership and The Nature Conservancy use RCPP to reserve the Sierra Valley wetlands.

   

 

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