Alabama’s Natural Resources Conservation Service will be hosting three workshops this week regarding the Wetlands Reserve Program. For specific dates, times and locations visit their website.
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in Alabama wants to remind landowners about three Wetlands Reserve Program workshops coming up next week. Learn more or register for a WRP workshop at the Alabama NRCS website
Last fall, approximately 1,300 Highlands County third graders had the opportunity to participate in Ag-Venture. A 3-day program for students to gain experience, understanding, and appreciation of our local agricultural practices.
Applications Accepted Until May 29, 2009 – GAINESVILLE, May 8, 2009—The United States Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Florida announces over $1.3 Million in funding available for qualified applicants for a new Organics Initiative. The initiative meets the Obama Administration’s promise to encourage more organic agriculture production. Funding for the initiative is being made available as …
Tropical Storm Faye wreaked havoc on much of Florida last year including Gadsden County. However, the county was able to promptly address flooding and erosion issues of Lake Talavana through a partnership with Florida Natural Resources Conservation Service’s EWP program.
Auburn, Ala. – State Conservationist Dr. William Puckett has announced the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will be hosting three workshops to inform landowners and Tribes about the Wetlands Reserve Program (WRP).
Natural Resources Conservation Service Chief Dave White gives a quick update on some of the program changes created through the 2008 Farm Bill.
The City of Melbourne received over 24 inches of rain last summer from Tropical Storm Fay creating flooding and erosion concerns to one of the main canal systems. Jenni Lamb, Melbourne’s City Engineer, says Florida NRCS stepped in through their Emergency Watershed Protection Program to assist with repairs.
The Natural Resources Conservation Services National Volunteer Week runs through this Saturday, and State Conservationist Carlos Suarez says it’s an opportunity to recognize and thank all of the volunteers for their efforts.
The Alabama Natural Resources Conservation Service wants to remind producers that applications for the Air Quality Initiative that affects four Alabama Counties are due this Friday, April 24.