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Partnering to Protect Family Forest Lands

NRCS is now working with the Black Family Land Trust to make $250,000 in funding available for Socially Disadvantaged landowners interested in retaining, protecting, and improving forested areas on their land.

Bee a Friend to Pollinators

Making room for pollinators on your farm isn’t difficult or expensive, and can benefit your operation too. During National Pollinator Week, June 19-25, Virginia NRCS is sharing 5 ways to help pollinators on working lands.

Focusing on 4Rs and 2Ws for a Cleaner Bay

When it comes to improving the health of the Chesapeake Bay, a “one size fits all” approach doesn’t work. A unique conservation plan is required for each farm in the watershed. Learn about a unique partnership project to equip Delmarva farmers to meet water quality goals.

The Hope in Healthy Soil!

Soil is a living and life giving natural resource. As the global population increases, keeping our soil healthy and productive is critically important. Learn more about the basics and benefits of soil health and the management systems farmers are using to protect and improve it.

Wetlands Aren't Always Wet ...

About three quarters of Virginia's one million acres of wetlands are nontidal and may only hold water temporarily. American Wetlands Month is a great time to learn more about the benefits of protecting these critical areas and their important connection to Farm Bill program eligibility.

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