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Oates to Lead USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Texas

Kristy Oates will be responsible for NRCS operations in Texas, including conservation technical assistance to private landowners, conservation financial assistance programs, conservation easement programs, soil survey mapping, and the plant materials program.

NRCS Announces 2021 Deadlines for Conservation Assistance Funding

The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Texas has announced the first funding application deadline of December 4, 2020, for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP). A second funding application deadline will be February 12, 2021.

Texas NRCS Engineer is Named Distinguished Graduate

Nominated by his colleagues, Greg Sokora, NRCS zone engineer in Lubbock, was recently named as a 2020 inductee in the Biological and Agricultural Engineering Academy of Distinguished Graduates of Texas A&M University.

Four Winn Ranch: Conservation Partnership

NRCS’ ACEP and Hill Country Conservancy conservation easement on Four Winns Ranch will provide public benefits by protecting the water quality and unique cultural history of the ranch.

Manage Your USDA Business Online, Conservation Client Gateway Retired

Farmers and ranchers can now do business with NRCS through by desktop computer, tablet, or phone


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