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Water Conservation is Getting Smart!

While many farmers in the Central and Midwest part of our country have struggled this spring with too much rain and delayed crop plantings, our southern crops like corn, peanuts and cotton, among many others, are in full swing.

GOVERNOR BRIAN KEMP DECLARES JULY AS SMART IRRIGATION MONTH

Smart Irrigation Month serves as the showcase month to promote the social, economic, and environmental benefits of and farmers’ commitment to the adoption of efficient irrigation technologies, and leading-edge products and services in agriculture, landscape, and turf irrigation.

2018 Farm Bill

The 2018 Farm Bill was enacted on December 20, 2018. The Farm Bill continues its strong support for conservation efforts of America’s farmers and ranchers through reauthorization and expanded flexibility of NRCS conservation programs.

Water Conservation and Innovation Through a “Pro” Partnership

Across the United States and beyond, farmers are looking for innovative ways to conserve water while maintaining or boosting crop yields.

On Farms and Ranches, Every Day Is Earth Day

We celebrate Earth Day by offering big “THANK-YOUS!” to farmers and ranchers in Georgia for all they do. Not a farmer or rancher, please thank one for the work they do to put food on our tables and to conserve our natural resources and support our nation’s wildlife.

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