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Success Stories

Conservation Showcase 2

These stories highlight farmers, forest land owners, and partners working together with NRCS to protect New Hampshire's soil, water, animals, plants and air.  We hope that through these stories, you'll gain a better understanding of how NRCS is helping people help the land every day and understand how we may be able to help you. 

Videos

Volunteers

> USDA Employees Volunteer at Cross Roads House for MLK Jr. Day of Service
> NRCS Soil Scientist a Member of First Visually Impaired Team of Ragnar Relay Ultra Runners

Financial Assistance

Agriculture Ecology Heading Forestry Heading

Beginner, Limited Resource, Veteran and Socially Disadvantaged Farmers
> NRCS Helps Refugee Farmers
> Diamond B Farm

> Tracie's Community Farm
> Plowshare Farm 
Dairy and Beef
> Walpole Valley Farms
> Connolly Brothers Farm

Irrigation
> Sunnycrest Farm

Maple Production
> The Maple Brothers 
Nutrient Management
Nutrient Management and Grazing
Seasonal High Tunnels

White Gates Farm & Seasonal High
    Tunnel and High Tunnel Information

Water Quality
> Access Road
> Working Buffers - Hillsborough
    County

> The Benefit of Riparian Buffers
> Crescent Farm
Beebe River (RCPP)

> Judd Brook

> Misc Wildlife Stories
> New England Cottontail

> Great Bay Oyster Reef Restoration
> Alder Brook Fish Passage Project
> Wiswall Fish Passage Project
> Bridge - Slide Brook Crossing
> Strategic Watershed Action Team
> Native Brook Trout

> Pollinators (CIG)

> Working Buffers
> NH NRCS Partners with UNHCE
     and Local Foresters

    (TSP Information)
> Forest Management Practices -
    Mudd Family Partnership
    (story anNd video)

Easements

Ag Land Easements Wetland Reserve Easements

(Formerly the Farm and
Ranch Lands Protection Program)

> Daniel Webster Farm 
> Raspberry Farm 
> Sprucewoods
> Purington
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> Robie Farm
> Sullivan Farm

 

(Formerly the Wetlands Reserve Program)
> Huckleberry Farm Salt March Restoration
> Stonehouse Pond
> Oyster River Forest and Amber Acres Farm
> Sprucewoods
> Strolling Woods
> Old Mill Gravel Pit
> NRCS and Partners Improve Stream Habitat