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Conservation Planning

What Is A Conservation Plan?

A conservation plan is the record of decisions by the landowner, with supporting information, for improving natural resource concerns.

Conservation plans are developed and implemented to protect, conserve and enhance natural resources within the client’s social and economic interests and abilities. Natural resources include soil, water, air, plants, animals, energy and human considerations.

The plan describes an implementation schedule for practices and activities needed to solve the identified natural resource concerns.

For more information contact your local USDA - NRCS Service Center staff or go to the national NRCS website on Conservation Planning.