Soil is the gift that keeps on giving. But until recently, we’ve given little in return.
From the northern bobwhite to trout and salmon, NRCS is adding dozens of target species to its premier wildlife conservation effort.
Whether restoring native cranberry bogs in Tennessee, growing organic sweet potatoes for your dinner table or providing fresh, local produce in urban centers, conservationists are hard at work contributing to holiday meals with stewardship of the natural resources in mind.
Tribes are working hard to revive their roots to help reconnect their heritage to the land, rekindle their spiritual bonds and cultural traditions, and raise awareness amongst future generations.
NRCS is seeking new project proposals for its Conservation Innovation Grants program in fiscal year 2017. Proposals for national and regional projects are due by January 9, 2017.
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