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Archive for the ‘NRCS’ Category

05
Sep

EQIP Applications are Being Accepted The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is a voluntary conservation program that helps agricultural producers in a manner that promotes agricultural production and environmental quality as compatible goals. Through EQIP, you, as an agricultural producer, can receive financial and technical assistance to implement structural and management conservation practices that will […]

12
Oct

  Inviting Farmers and Ranchers of all scales and production systems Join us as we dig deeper into the science, benefits and practical applications of farming for soil health. Third-generation biotic specialty potato farmer Brendon Rockey of Rockey Farms in Center, Colorado, will deliver the keynote address. Brendon’s approach focuses on supporting flourishing ecosystems. He […]

24
Jul

New Funding Partnership Developed for Agricultural Producers The local Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) office, West Greeley Conservation District (WGCD) and Colorado AgrAbility have joined forces to provide an exciting new opportunity for farmers and ranchers with disabilities or functional limitations to receive financial and technical assistance in-order-to implement on-farm conservation practices. Applications for EQIP […]

20
Apr

New Funding Partnership Developed for Agricultural Producers The local Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) office, West Greeley Conservation District (WGCD) and Colorado AgrAbility have joined forces to provide an exciting new opportunity for farmers and ranchers with disabilities or functional limitations to receive financial and technical assistance in-order-to implement on-farm conservation practices. Applications for EQIP […]

20
Apr

    Graduate students Ryan Fitzsimmons, Katy Hosokawa, and Lilian (Gabby) Petty are enrolled in a soils class at the University of Northern Colorado (UNC).  Their graduate project for the class is to choose a soil of interest in northern Colorado, and describe and collect it for study. They were able to capture their soil […]

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