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EWP rushes aid to communities impacted by New Mexico Hermit’s Peak and Calf Cany

Over $133 million of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) EWP funding will go towards restoration recovery efforts on soil-burned acres produced by the Hermit’s Peak and Calf Canyon wildfires in New Mexico.

NRCS NM Selects Robert Crane as July 2022 Employee of the Month

NRCS NM Selects Robert Crane as July 2022 Employee of the Month. Read the full news release.

Happy National Soil Health Day!

Healthy soil gives us clean air and water, bountiful crops and forests, productive grazing lands, diverse wildlife, and beautiful landscapes. Learn more about the ABCs of Soil Health.

NRCS NM Selects Randy Velasquez as June 2022 Employee of the Month

Randy Velasquez is the June 2022 Employee of the Month for NRCS NM

USDA Announces Waiver of Cost-Share Requirements for EWP in Designated Areas of

The waiver of the cost share requirements allows NRCS to cover 100% of cost for the Cooks Peak Fire in Colfax County, the Hermits Peak and Calf Canyon Fire in Mora and San Miguel counties, the McBride Fire in Lincoln County and the Nogal Fire in Lincoln County


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