Skip Navigation
EWP Program Informational Video Available to Viewers

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Sevice Emergency Watershed Protection Program offers technical and financial assistance to help local communities relieve imminent threats to life and property caused by floods, fires, windstorms and other natural disasters that impair a watershed.

Rice Farming Family Uses Conservation Programs to Benefit Operation

Slade Schiurring, a fourth generation rice farmer and the Wharton County SWCD 2019 Outstanding Farmer, shares about how conservation and partnerships have been an instrumental part of his family's rice and waterfowl hunting business.

Benefits of Watershed Projects in Texas

National Dam Safety Awareness Day is May 31. As the country focuses on dams and dam safety, let’s take a look at the history of the USDA-NRCS Watershed Program in Texas.

 

Conservation Grants Awarded to Help Pecos River Watershed

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced $1.45 million in grants to help restore and sustain healthy rivers, streams and grassland systems that provide important wildlife habitat in the Pecos Watershed and adjacent areas of New Mexico and Texas.

USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service hiring in Texas

The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is currently hiring several different field positions across Texas. Positions include soil conservationists, rangeland management specialists, soil scientists, and engineers.

/
pause

NRCS Websites & Additional Assistance

Web Applications & Tools

A list of Web-based resources for access to natural resource data collected by NRCS.

En Español

Información de NRCS en español.

NRCS State Websites

Find local program and technical information on our NRCS state websites.

Limited English Proficiency

Information on Limited English Proficiency.

NRCS Home | USDA.gov | Site Map | Civil Rights | FOIA | Plain Writing | Accessibility Statement

Policy and Links| Non-Discrimination Statement | Information Quality | USA.gov | WhiteHouse.gov