Update on NCPP listening sessions

February 7, 2019by ncdea

From the co-chairs of the National Conservation Planning Partnership comes an update on the NCPP listening sessions held around the country.

“In an effort to share an overview for the ongoing work and efforts completed during FY18, listed below you will find the latest information about our activities and plans for the future for the National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP). Over 1,035 participated in the eight listening sessions held during 2018. The sessions held in Indiana, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Texas, Washington and Wyoming provided employees, producers, conservation district supervisors and other partners an opportunity to provide feedback directly to NCPP and state leaders on their ability and interest in delivering planning assistance to customers.”

Read the letter:

NCPP_Conservation Partnership Employee Update Jan 2019-3-Signed

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