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NRCS, Landowners Give Home for ‘At-risk’ Warblers

Landowners across Appalachia are voluntarily managing their forests to help at-risk songbirds, such as the golden-winged warbler and cerulean warbler. With the help of NRCS and other partners, landowners can make improvements to their forests while creating habitat for these birds.

#FridaysOnTheFarm: Farmer Grows to Feed Her Community

Meet Baylee Drown, a farmer who works to provide locally-grown products to her neighbors in Old Lyme, Connecticut.

Finding Water for Livestock: A Labor of Love

Join us on our #ConservationRoadtrip. Today we meet the Hunewill family who graze cattle near the Excelsior Mountains in western Nevada.  Learn how NRCS helped these ranchers develop a reliable water source for their animals.  

Stopping Wildfire in its Tracks

We made it across the country on our #ConservationRoadtrip! As we head back home, we are going to continue to visit more amazing landowners. Today, we visit Oregon rancher and forester, John Engelien, who is working to make his ranch fire resistant.

Drought-Driven Creative Thinking Leads to Innovative Water System for Cattle

We worked with Texas rancher Kregg McKenny to develop an alternative water source for his cattle in times of drought. How can we help support your working land?

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