EQIP can work in many waysÂ includingÂ wildlife & forestry practices. Â Report (1:30 wma) Learn more throughÂ USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in Alabama.
The Wetlands Reserve Program through USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in Florida is making a difference in many instances across the state. Â Report (1:30 wma)Â
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in Florida wants Citrus growers to know about a new program being offered through EQIP. Â Report (1:15 wma)
Florida USDA-NRCS State Conservationist Niles Glasgow urges producers to signup for EQIP programs by December 15. Find out more on the Florida NRCS website. Report (1:00 wma)
The new chief of USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service is Arlen Lancaster and he is looking for feedback on conservation programs. Report (1:00 wma)
There’s a program through EQIP that can help producers with woodland grazingÂ small ruminants. Â Report (1:30 wma) You can go to the Alabama Natural Resources Conservation Service website to learn more.
Alabama’s USDA-NRCS and the Mountains Rivers and Valleys RC&D Council are working on a project to turn waste cooking oil into heat for poultry houses. Report (1:30 wma)
USDA-NRCS funding is helping with the drought relief effort. Report (1:00 wma)
Teresa Stewart is the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) coordinator for USDAâ€™s Natural Resources Conservation Service in Florida. Â Exhibiting at Citrus Expo recently, Teresa says NRCS encourages growers to sign up for funding help to establish windbreaks in groves, to help stem spread of citrus canker. Â Report (2:00 wma)
Alabama county offices of USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service can help farmers with cover crops. Â Report (:57 wma)