The purpose of this MOA is to encourage strong national, Tribal, regional, State, and local level partnerships, as well as to strengthen cooperation among the Parties which results in coordinated interagency delivery of conservation assistance to private landowners, communities, and others to sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s natural resources.
The National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP) represents the efforts of five key national conservation partners to reinvigorate conservation planning by enhancing and strengthening the effectiveness of planning and our partnership workforce.
Technical Processes, Training and Development Action Team
Conservation Planning Boot Camp
NACD describes the NRCS Conservation Planning Boot Camp as a three-week, intensive training course for technical employees that covers current conservation planning policy, procedures and guidelines as outlined in the National Planning Procedures Handbook. Conservation district participants are trained in and out of the classroom – right alongside NRCS field staff – in the skills necessary for developing and implementing comprehensive conservation plans.
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Agricultural producers in southwest Colorado, mostly cow-calf ranchers, expended less labor to access the same amount of water to irrigate their pastures since implementing improvements to their irrigation ditches
Meet your new NCDEA officers. We are so lucky to have such a diverse and professional group of people in leadership roles! Rhonda Kelsch, President Jeff Parker, Member at Large (Northeast) Gretchen Rank, Treasurer Velynda Parker, Secretary Melissa Higbee, Vice President