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Shucking and Conserving

The relationship between James Hargrove and North Carolina-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NC-NRCS) took many twists and turns. It started out in an oyster steering committee. The journey would eventually lead him to the NRCS field office located in New Bern, and the rest is history.

Interning with NRCS

May is typically the time of year that most college students graduate, for two students this is extra special. Meet Emily Brake and Ivi Mitchell who have interned for the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and will be joining NRCS upon graduation this summer.

USDA Announces Opportunities to Support Producers Engaged in Urban Agriculture.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is announcing the availability of funds through an Urban Agriculture Initiative. As American agriculture continues to grow in new directions, NRCS conservation assistance is growing along with it.

NRCS to Invest in Six Watershed Infrastructure Projects in North Carolina

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law is supporting rehabilitation dams, flood prevention, and watershed restoration projects. 

New Plan Guides Conservation Action on America’s Central and Eastern Grasslands

WLFW will use the new plan, Northern Bobwhite, Grasslands, and Savannas: A Framework for Conservation Action,  to guide Northern Bobwhite habitat conservation.



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