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USDA Wants to Hear From You!

On July 28-29, USDA is hosting virtual listening sessions to collect testimony and information for its Racial Equity Commission. The group’s directive is to address systemic inequities and increase participation in USDA programs, services, committees and...

World Nature Conservation Day is July 28!

World Nature Conservation Day is observed all over the world on July 28 of each year. It is observed to create awareness about protecting and conserving natural resources. Here at USDA NRCS that is our mission and goal everyday. Find out what Conservation Planning can do for your operation.

Post-Fire Disaster Assistance

Wildfires, especially those caused by human activity, can take a tragic toll on the people and landscape affected. In California, the wildfire season is typically followed by the rainy season presenting hazards such as flooding, erosion and mud/debris flows to the already fire-damaged...

We Are Hiring! Join Our Team!

Do you want a career that can make a difference? USDA’s Farm Production and Conservation is looking for highly motivated and skilled individuals interested in meeting the challenges of the dynamic and innovative field of agriculture. We Are Hiring! Join Our Team!

Understanding the U.S. Drought Monitor

Climatologist Brian Fuchs answers questions about the U.S. Drought Monitor and how it relates to USDA and supports agricultural producers. The drought monitor is an online, weekly map showing the extent and severity of drought across the United States.

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