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Tribal Assistance

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) provides conservation programs and technical services to American Indians, Alaska Natives and Tribal governments.  This is done through 45 full-time and 30 part-time field offices on Indian lands and through numerous other field offices located off of Indian lands.  Working with the Intertribal Agricultural Council (IAC) and Indian Nations Conservation Alliance (INCA) NRCS has assisted with the establishment of 33 Tribal Conservation Districts. 

Learn more about NRCS's Tribal Government Relationships:

Kickapoo Indian Tribe Improves its Water Use for Agriculture

With some technical and financial help from the USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, the Kickapoo Indian Tribe in Texas made better use of its existing water resources to more efficiently farm and ranch.


Program Contact:

  • Barry A. Hamilton, National Tribal Relations Liaison Officer, USDA NRCS, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Room 6007-S, Washington, DC 20250, Office Phone (202) 260-8540, FAX Number (202) 260-9158, Email: