AUBURN, Ala. Jan. 5, 2011 – Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Conservationist Dr. William Puckett today announced the ranking period cut-off date for producer applications in NRCS’ Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) has been extended through January 21, 2011.
The following two reports are a quick reminder for producers that January 7, 2011 is the sign up deadline for 2011 funding for two popular Natural Resources Conservation Service programs, the Conservation Stewardship Program and the Longleaf Pine Initiative. Those interested should visit their local NRCS field office. AL-John Curtis: Download Audio FL-Carlos Suarez: Download Audio
The Natural Resources Conservation Service has a variety of programs as today Tyron Spearman has information about two of those that could benefit landowners here in the Southeast. Download Audio
Florida NRCS biologist, Michael Bush, says long leaf pines offer a lot of benefits to several different sectors in Florida and therefore he is encouraging landowners to take part of USDA’s Long Leaf Pine Initiative with an upcoming deadline of January 7, 2011. Download Audio
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is offering assistance to Alabama landowners through their Longleaf Pine Initiative as Alabama state forester, Tim Albritton, reminds producers that the deadline for 2011 funding is this Friday, January 7. Download Audio
Donna Hopwood with the Florida NRCS wants producers interested in organic agriculture to be aware of available technical and financial assistance through a National Organic Initiative. Download Audio
Assistant State Conservationist for Alabama, Steve Musser, wants to remind producers about the January 7, 2011 sign-up date for the Conservation Stewardship Program. Download Audio
In an effort to help sustain, enhance and restore longleaf pine forests in the southeast, both Alabama and Florida producers are invited to participate in the Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Longleaf Pine Initiative. Interested producers are encouraged to visit their nearest NRCS field office by the application deadline of January 7, 2010. FL – Michael Bush: Download Audio AL – …
Gainesville, FL., December 15, 2010—USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) Chief Dave White this week announced the availability of conservation grants to support large-scale demonstration projects that will accelerate the adoption of new and innovative approaches to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and promote carbon sequestration on America’s private lands.
We recently reported on a new project to develop uniform ecological site descriptions nationwide. And Chad George, state rangeland management specialist with Florida NRCS, says the undertaking is specifically designed to assist the producer. Download Audio