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See photos and videos of conservation at work on farms and other private lands across Mississippi.


Visit NRCS Mississippi's YouTube channel to see videos of how Mississippi farmers and ranchers are using conservation to boost their operations while helping the environment. 

The latest:

YouTube-MRBIFarmers ensure they send cleaner water downstream

Farms along the river and its many tributaries run the risk of sending fertilizers and sediment downstream, eventually to the Gulf of Mexico. But farmers in Mississippi are working with NRCS to make sure no pollutants leave their fields. Learn how conservation practices, like tailwater recovery systems, are making positive improvements to water quality and production.

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Conservation benefits environment, economy in rural America

NRCS is an agency that helps private landowners improve their land and any nearby waterways—but the benefits are bigger than those seen on the fields and pastures. That’s because local labor is a crucial but often unmentioned component of putting conservation practices on the ground.

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Landowner transforms hay field into wetland

NRCS works with private landowners to create and nurture wetlands through its Wetlands Reserve Program. Between 1992 and 2012, more than 2.6 million acres were enrolled in the program. Landowners, like Eric Dibble in Oktibbeha County. are helping improve water quality and create habitat through their restoration efforts.

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