Ranching & Agriculture
Website to link farmers with hopefuls looking for land to farm, by promoting land available in 4 counties of NE Arkansas.
States that embrace innovative new ways to finance on-farm conservation can deliver multiple benefits to farmers, state residents, taxpayers and the environment - some of the programs reviewed include state loans, tax credits, and environmental assurances.
Greensville County, VA offering real estate tax relief for elderly
Gibson County TN Fairgrounds hosts ‘Ag Day’ for students
Farm to Table Dinner in Havana, ND highlights locally sourced ingredients
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has millions of dollars available for conservation efforts on land in Iowa that was flooded this year.
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service has $36 million available to fund conservation easements on agricultural lands damaged by flooding statewide.
Wildlife habitat program conserves land in B.C. delta
Conservation group backs beef sector: Ducks Unlimited wants people to see cattle as protectors of ‘threatened wetlands and grasslands.
Ranchers are 'true heroes' of grasslands, conservation leader says
Prairie Day at Dunn Ranch Prairie and Pawnee Prairie in Harrison County, MO
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public input on its National Water Reuse Action Plan draft during a 90-day comment period.
RCPP shifts direction of conservation program with standalone funding.
Finalist in 2019 West Virginia Conservation Farm of the Year competition focuses on water quality and soils
Land conservation matters for the Chesapeake Bay: Chesapeake Bay watershed contains some of the most beautiful landscapes anywhere in the country, and they are rapidly disappearing.
Wildlife, Recreation & Education
Niman Ranch Farmer Network to Resurface Monarch Highway with $200,000 Commitment to Help Stem 80% Loss of Iconic Pollinator
New plan for the National Bison Range details habitat upgrades, wildlife protection
Scotts Bluff National Monument in NE offers Every Kid Outdoors program
Maine is 95 percent privately owned. How are you going to recover endangered species if you do not collaborate and involve private landowners?