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Welcome to the NRCS Caribbean Area newsroom! Here you’ll find the latest information on USDA-NRCS conservation activities and practices in the Caribbean Area, including news releases, feature stories, videos and more. For information on NRCS programs and assistance, visit Get Started with NRCS

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Animal pollinators, especially honey bees, are critical for producing of our food products. But despite their value, many pollinator species are in trouble. To help fight population declines, NRCS is working with private landowners to establish pollinator habitat through conservation.

NRCS is helping to lead efforts to reduce land-based sources of pollution (sediment, nutrients, bacteria) that harm fragile coral reef ecosystems through EQIP.

NRCS helps producers transition to organic operations, and plan/ install conservation practices to make their organic operations more sustainable.

Seasonal high tunnels are important tools for farmers who want to lengthen their growing season. Learn more about how Seasonal High Tunnels can help Caribbean Area farmers.

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Contact Julie Wright, Acting Public Affairs Specialist, at 340-692-9632 x107