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Assistance available for wetland restoration

Up to $40 million in technical and financial assistance is available to help eligible conservation partners voluntarily protect, restore, and enhance critical wetlands on agricultural lands

Burns Paiute: A Commitment to Habitat Renewal

USDA is dedicated to working with the Burns Paiute tribe to manage land with cultural significance while protecting and enhancing wildlife and fisheries in eastern Oregon. 

Dam Rehab & Water Conservation in the Middle Fork Irrigation District

Middle Fork Irrigation District (MFID)  is working with the NRCS through its Watershed Rehabilitation Program to modernize Clear Branch Dam to meet current engineering and dam safety standards for earthquakes, public safety and water quality.

Take the Soil Your Undies Challenge!

Learn the quick and dirty way to test your soil health and see how your soil compares with other Oregon producers! For once, soiled undies are a good thing!

How healthy is your soil? Take the challenge to find out!

Wheeler County Restoring Creeks to Peaks

Using a ridgetop-to-ridgetop approach, private landowners and conservation partners are maximizing water availability across the landscape to benefit people, agriculture, fish and wildlife, and the local economy.

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