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The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is a voluntary conservation program that encourages producers to address resource concerns in a comprehensive manner by undertaking additional conservation activities and improving, maintaining, and managing existing conservation activities.
CSP is available on private agricultural and non-industrial forest lands, including tribal land, in all 50 States and the Caribbean and Pacific Islands Areas. The program provides equitable access to all producers, regardless of operation size, crops produced, or geographic location.
Texas Natural Resource Priorities
The priority resource concerns for general and Ogallala Aquifer CSP offers are Plant Condition, Insufficient Water, Soil Erosion, Soil Quality, and Water Quality
The priority resource concerns for non-Industrial Forestlands and Long Leaf Pine CSP offers are Plant Condition, Fish and Wildlife -Habitat, Soil Erosion, Soil Quality, and Water Quality.
The priority resource concerns for Lesser Prairie Chicken CSP offers are Plant Condition, Fish and Wildlife - Habitat, Livestock Production Limitations, Soil Erosion, and Water Quality.
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Conservation Stewardship Priority Area Screening Tools
For more CSP information visit the National CSP web page.
For assistance in developing a Stewardship Plan contact your local field office.