The ARCF provides cost share assistance to Tennessee landowners to install Best Management Practices (BMPs) for conservation work on farms for the purpose of soil and water quality.
Landowners/operators may sign up for assistance for a wide range of practices including, but not limited to:
Alternative watering systems
Heavy use areas
Cross & exclusion fencing
Riparian buffer strips
Grade stabilization structures
Forestry management plans
Without proper erosion and sedimentation control, soils can be lost from croplands and reduce future productivity. Soils carried from fields in runoffs can also degrade streams and other receiving waters. Approved applications will receive 75-85% assistance for the installation of conservation smart practices!
931-368-0252 x 3
The programs and services of the Soil Conservation District offered are available on a nondiscriminatory basis without regard to race, color, national, origin, age, sex religion, marital status, or handicap.