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Welcome, pollinators!

The south Jersey farmer who cultivates this land is using this field to attract pollinators. In New Jersey crops such as apples, peaches, strawberries, blueberries, cranberries, pumpkins, cucumbers, squash and more depend upon insect pollination. 

#FridaysOnTheFarm From Cranberries to Critters

When William and Ann Fox retired from farming cranberries in south Jersey, they turned their land back into an Atlantic white cedar wetlands forest.

Conservation Practices Protect Resources

Strip cropping and a stone-lined waterway in a Warren County farm field are working to protect soil and water resources. NRCS is available to help New Jersey farmers plan and implement conservation practices.

Conservation Client Gateway

Conservation Client Gateway is a secure new website that lets farmers and ranchers request conservation assistance, review and sign documents, track payments and much more. And now entities can use the Gateway, too!

Ready to help you help the land!

NRCS helps farmers in New Jersey implement conservation activities. Visit your NRCS office to learn more about what NRCS has to offer you.

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