CONSERVATION STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM RCPP SIGNUP

Bombus fervidus - Kara Keating-Stuart - June 2019 resizeSIGNUP DEADLINE MAY 1, 2020!!  The Conservation Stewardship Program – RCPP (CSP-RCPP) helps you build on your existing conservation efforts while strengthening your operation. Whether you are looking to improve grazing conditions, increases crop yields, or develop wildlife habitat, we can custom design a CSP plan to help you meet those goals.

Just a few of the practices eligible for cost share under this program:

  • E612G – Tree/Shrub planting for wildlife cover
  • E612G – Tree/Shrub planting for wildlife food
  • E612C – Establishing tree/shrub species to restore native plant communities
  • E528G – Grazing management for improving quantity and quality of cover and shelter for wildlife
  • E528D – Grazing management for improving quantity and quality of food for wildlife
  • E528E – Grazing management for improving quantity and quality of plant structure and composition for wildlife
  • E512G – Native grasses or legumes in forage base
  • E512F – Native grass or legumes in forage base to provide wildlife food
  • E512F – Native grasses or legumes in forage base to improve plant community structure and composition
  • E512F – Native grasses or legumes in forage base to improve plant productivity and health
  • E512H, E511B, – Forage plantings that enhance bird habitat (cover and shelter)
  • E511A – Harvest of crops (hay or small grains) using conservation measures that allow desired species to flush or escape
  • E390A – Increase riparian herbaceous cover width for nutrient reduction
  • E386E, E386D – Enhanced field borders to increase wildlife food and cover along the edge(s) of a field
  • E327A – Conservation cover to provide habitat continuity for pollinators and beneficial insects
  • E327A – Conservation cover to provide cover and shelter habitat for pollinators and beneficial insects
  • E327A – Conservation cover to provide food habitat for pollinators and beneficial insects
  • E327B – Establish Monarch butterfly habitat
  • E315A – Herbaceous weed treatment for plant pest pressures that helps create desired plant communities and habitats consistent with the ecological site

FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO SIGN UP FOR THIS PROGRAM BEFORE MAY 1, GO HERE.  YOU CAN ALSO SIGNUP VIA CLIENT GATEWAY HERE.

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