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Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS)
Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP)

Through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, NRCS will provide technical and funding assistance to producers to address resource concerns of livestock production limitation, degraded plant condition, soil erosion. Some of the conservation practices used to address these resource concerns include: Livestock Water, Livestock Pipelines, Fencing, Grass Seedings, Prescribed Grazing management (deferment), Critical Area Planting, Diversion, Mulching, Stormwater Runoff Control, and Precision Land Forming. 

Contact name
Kresta Faaborg, Assistant State Conservationist 

Phone number
307-233-6757

Email
Kresta.Faaborg@wy.usda.gov

Website
 www.wy.nrcs.usda.gov

Open/closure date:
Applications must be submitted to your local Laramie, Wheatland and Pinedale NRCS field office by November 2, 2018 to be considered for this funding opportunity.

Cost Share - NRCS provides cost assistance for eligible producers. If the agricultural producer is a beginning farmer or rancher this number is increased.

Who is eligible:

Agricultural producers with lands impacted by the Roosevelt Fire.

USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is making these funds available to agricultural producers with lands impacted by this year’s fires, which have currently burned more than 93,000 acres in Albany, Platte, and Sublette Counties, including more than 35,000 acres of private lands. Applications must be submitted to your local Laramie, Wheatland and Pinedale NRCS field office by November 2, 2018 to be considered for this funding opportunity.

Through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program, NRCS will provide technical and funding assistance to producers to address resource concerns of livestock production limitation, degraded plant condition, soil erosion.  Some of the conservation practices used to address these resource concerns include: Livestock Water, Livestock Pipelines, Fencing, Grass Seedings, Prescribed Grazing management (deferment), Critical Area Planting, Diversion, Mulching, Storm water Runoff Control, and Precision Land Forming. 
 

 

 

 

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