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USDA Continues Conservation Planning and Programs for Tennessee Farmers

NRCS staff are available to continue to provide one-on-one, customer service to producers to help them meet their unique conservation and business goals.

Coronavirus and USDA Service Centers

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Tennessee NRCS Highlighted in Conservation at Work Video Series

Two West Tennessee NRCS field offices and producers are highlighted in a new national video series, Conservation at Work, to share their successes and highlight common conservation practices that have helped them protect and improve resources and save time and money on their land.

USDA Accepting Proposals for Conservation Collaboration Grants

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service will invest $35 million in grants for projects that target agricultural producers in multiple states, including Tribal, socially disadvantaged, limited-resource, veteran, or beginning farmers and ranchers. Proposals are due February 7, 2020.

USDA Awards $48 Million Public-Private Investment to Improve Critical Wetlands

Tennessee is one of 8 states with high-priority watersheds to receive $48 million through USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service Wetland Reserve Enhancement Partnership (WREP) to implement projects aimed to protect, restore and enhance more than 15,000 acres of wetlands.

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