Latest News - Farm Bill Updates

“Being a Private Lands Wildlife Biologist means that I have the opportunity to tap into the expertise and resources that each of the partners brings to the table,” Emily Chavez stated. 
 
This teleconference will explain the exciting expansion of the NRCS’ Working Lands for Wildlife (WLFW) program for interested partners, landowners, and NRCS employees.
 
Partners pulled their priorities and investments together to match Farm Bill funding for a $10 million Regional Conservation Partnership Program grant in Southern Oregon – Northeastern California.
 
The following guest blog that highlights key partnerships that work with farmers and ranchers to conserve habitat for the benefit of birds, other wildlife and people.
 
The 2014 Farm Bill Brochure is a tool meant to help landowners learn about the variety of programs available.
 
Implementing the 2014 Farm Bill provisions for conservation compliance is expected to extend conservation provisions for an additional 1.5 million acres of highly erodible lands and 1.1 million acres of wetlands, which will reduce soil erosion, enhance water quality, and create wildlife habitat.
 
Local Coalitions Can Now Apply for Funding to Improve Soil Health, Preserve Clean Water, Combat Drought, Protect Wildlife Habitat
 
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