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Many Topics Covered Through NRCS Video Series

Clint Thompson Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Irrigation, Water, Weather

If you have not taken the time to look through USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) video series, Conservation at Work, you are invited to do so. The series consists of short, 90-second videos that highlight common conservation practices. By watching them you will learn about the benefits of conservation practices directly from farmers, ranchers and forestland owners who are applying them on their operations.

Featured videos include information on high tunnels, water and sediment control basins, brush management, sprinkler systems, cover crops, forest stand improvements, grassed waterways, nutrient management, prescribed grazing, wetland restoration and more. These are all real stories and real successes that you can watch quick.

Farmers and ranchers are being reminded about the new self-service features found on farmers.gov that will help you manage conservation activities online and request assistance from NRCS. USDA is building farmers.gov for farmers, by farmers.

To see the featured videos and learn more go to farmers.gov.