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Second Round of Funding Available to Help with Feral Swine

USDA is accepting applications from non-federal, not-for-profit for projects to help agricultural producers and private landowners trap and control feral swine. NRCS is making $12 million available and will accept applications through November, 5, 2020. 

NRCS Announces EQIP Deadline to Apply for Available Funding

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) announced the 2021 Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) application deadline of October 16, 2020, for South Carolina farmers and private landowners to be considered for available funding.

 

Coronavirus and USDA Service Centers

USDA Service Centers open for business by phone appointment only. 

 

Partnering for Success

SC NRCS partners with local grassroots organizations to help South Carolina residents implement community gardens in low-income, food desert areas.

Bio-Way Farm: Growing Organic in South Carolina

From tomatoes to blueberries to kale, a small six-acre certified-organic truck farm makes a big impact in Laurens, SC.

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