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December 11, 2019by ncdea

To all Conservation Partner Employees,

The National Conservation Planning Partnership (NCPP) has partnered with NRCS of the Future team to enhance quality, improve responsiveness, and ensuring the delivery of science based technical assistance from technically sound conservation planners.

To assist with the distribution of materials and sharing updates across the Conservation Partnership, attached you will find a featured article for the Conservation Desktop.

The Conservation Desktop application is an enhanced tool that enables conservation partnership planners to provide technical and/or financial assistance to customers in a simpler and faster way. This application is part of a national effort to make meaningful changes and improvements to all programs and services to streamline processes, improve efficiencies, incorporate technology, and improve communication and data availability.

Sincerely,

The National Conservation Planning Partnership and NRCS of the Future

NCPP - Conservation Desktop Briefer Final December 2019

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