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Millions Available for Conservation, Waters Law Gets Q&A

  • USDA will provide more than $328 million for conservation funding in an effort to protect and restore key farmlands, grasslands and wetlands across the nation.

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Clean Water Act Challenged, New Conservation Program Announced

  • Florida Representative Steve Southerland has proposed the Waters of the United States Regulatory Overreach Protect Act which would halt any action of the Environmental Protection Agency and the Army Corps of Engineers regarding the proposed definition of waters of the United States.

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Korean Importers Learn About U.S. Beef, Conservation Program Opens Next Week

  • The U.S. Meat Export Federation recently hosted a workshop for 230 Korean red meat importers, distributors, retail and food service operators.

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Record Breaking Year for Agriculture, Program Helping Conservation

  • Exported food and agricultural products topped a record breaking $144 billion and supported nearly 1 million jobs in 2013.

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‘Farmland’ Now in Theaters; Conservation Farmers Not Subject to Regulations

  • The documentary film "Farmland" is now in select theaters across the nation.

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Conservation Initiatives Taking Applications, Produce Awards

  • USDA is now accepting applications for new conservation initiatives developed in the 2014 Farm Bill.

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Drilling Work Continues at Wanapum Dam, USDA Conservation Website

  • Work is continuing on Washington’s Wanapum Dam to determine the extent of the crack discovered back on February 27th.

    Water levels have been lowered to facilitate the work and holes are being drilled to try and ascertain the damage. Windy weather has caused delays.

    The lower water levels are causing concern for agriculture in the area that depends on water from the Columbia River for irrigation and has also been a problem for migrating fish.

    Crews have been installing pumps to help get the fish over the dam.

  • USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) has been updating its website to keep up with farmers’ needs.

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