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Regional Conservation Partnership Program

Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP)

Information for the Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) is divided into two different sections:

Farmers and Landowners: Click here if you would like information about:

  • The current RCPP projects in the Pacific Islands Area; or
  • How to apply for technical and/or financial assistance under the current RCPP projects.

Eligible Partner Organization Representatives: Click here if you represent an eligible partner organization listed below and would like information about how to apply to develop a new RCPP project for the Pacific Islands Area:

  • An agricultural or silvicultural producer association or other group of producers;
  • A State or unit of local government;
  • A farmer cooperative;
  • A water district, irrigation district, rural water district or association, or other organization with specific water delivery authority to agricultural producers;
  • A municipal water or wastewater treatment entity;
  • An institution of higher education;
  • An organization or entity with an established history of working cooperatively with producers on agricultural land, as determined by NRCS, to address:
    • Local conservation priorities related to agricultural production, wildlife habitat development, or nonindustrial private forest land management; or
    • Critical watershed-scale soil erosion, water quality, sediment reduction, or other natural resource issues.
  • An entity, such as State government, local government, or a nongovernmental organization that has a farmland or grassland protection program that purchases agricultural land easements as defined in 7 CFR Section 1468.3
  • A conservation district

For More Information:

Susan Kubo
PIA RCPP Coordinator
Phone: (808) 600-2921
Email: Susan.Kubo@usda.gov