Signup open for NRCS Conservation Stewardship Program

The Natural Resources Conservation Service of the U.S. Department of Agriculture sent the following information Nov. 02, re the conservation stewardship program:

For Immediate Release
Contact: Renee Bodine, 352-338-9565

NRCS in Florida Announces Conservation Stewardship Program Signup

GAINESVILLE, Fla., Nov. 02, 2021 – The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is accepting applications from agricultural producers and forest landowners from Florida for the Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP). Agricultural producers and forest landowners looking to build on conservation efforts while strengthening their operation can apply for technical and financial assistance through CSP.

While USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) accepts CSP applications year-round, Florida producers and landowners should apply by December 10, 2021 to be considered for funding in the current cycle.

“We are pleased to provide this opportunity to our farmers, ranchers, and forest landowners,” said Juan Hernandez, NRCS Florida State Conservationist. “Success stories from past CSP recipients are available on our website.”

NRCS offers CSP in all 50 states and the Pacific and Caribbean areas through continuous signups. The program provides assistance to improve soil, water, air, plants, animals, and related resources. CSP is for working lands, including cropland, pastureland, rangeland, nonindustrial private forest land and agricultural land under Indian tribe jurisdiction.

Special provisions are available for historically underserved producers, which include those considered beginning, socially disadvantaged and limited resource as well as military veterans.

To apply for CSP, contact NRCS at your local USDA Service Center. Find your local Service Center at



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Posted: November 4, 2021

Category: Agriculture, Conservation, Farm Management, Natural Resources
Tags: Conservation Stewardship Program, Featured, Natural Resources Conservation Service, NRCS, Pgm_SWCD, U.S. Department Of Agriculture, USDA

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