Forest and agricultural landowners in Alleghany, Bath, and Rockbridge counties can get funding for conservation practices to improve water quality and forest ecosystems in the Lower Cowpasture Watershed. Sign up by April 21. Contact the Lexington Service Center to learn more.
Landowners on Virginia’s Eastern Shore can now work with NRCS to install conservation practices that will help restore habitat for this declining species. To sign up, contact the Accomac Service Center before April 21st.
Healthy soil is a vital living ecosystem that sustains plants, animals, and humans. With NRCS help, many leading farmers in Virginia are implementing soil health management systems that are helping improve soil function, productivity, and water quality downstream.
NRCS is now seeking partner proposals to protect, restore, and enhance critical wetlands through conservation easements. Projects to improve habitat and water quality in high priority areas like the Chesapeake Bay are of particular interest.
NRCS is now looking for the next great ideas in Virginia conservation! Longleaf pine restoration is featured in two of six topics for state partnership projects to stimulate development and adoption of innovative approaches and technologies. Proposals due by May 5.
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