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Conservation Stewardship Program

A Banner for the Agricultural Management Assistance Program

The CSP encourages agricultural and forestry producers to maintain existing conservation activities and adopt additional ones on their operations. CSP is a voluntary conservation program that provides financial and technical assistance to conserve and enhance soil, water, air, and related natural resources. CSP provides opportunities to both recognize excellent stewards and deliver valuable new conservation

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Program Overview:

Find out more about the CSP program on the overview page here.

Click for Producer and Land Eligibility Information

Program Eligibility:

Learn more about the CSP program eligibility requirements on the eligibility page here.

Click for Ranking Tools

**Ranking Tools:

Learn more about CSP program ranking by
viewing ranking tools.

Click for Application Information

How To Apply:

Learn more about how to apply for AMA programs
on this page here.

Click for List of Practices

**Practices and Payment:

Learn more about AMA program practices and payment rates
on this page here.

Click for National and State Priorities

Conservation Priorities:

Learn more about National and State Conservation Priorities
by viewing this page here.

 

New and Noteworthy Documents:

Is CSP right for you?

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COURTESY ALASKA NRCS

 

 

CSP and New England Cottontail

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COURTESY MAINE NRCS

 

Program Contact:

Marques Munis, Resource Conservationist
USDA-NRCS
273 Locust St., Suite 2D
Dover, NH  03820
603-868-7581



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