NRCS EQIP Technical and Financial Support for Conservation on Organic Farms Webinar

Organic Agriculture March 30, 2012|Print

 

About the webinar

In its fourth year, the NRCS Environmental Quality Incentives (EQIP) Program’s Organic Initiative, aims to provide technical and financial assistance to certified organic, transitioning to organic, and exempt from certification producers. The agency has made many improvements in how the program is implemented and numerous changes are in place for the 2012 sign-up.

Handout of the webinar slides as a pdf file

NRCS website for the EQIP Organic Initiative

About the presenter

Sarah Brown manages Oregon Tilth’s Organic Conservation Program which aims to bring organic technical assistance to the USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS). When she is not working with NRCS and providing outreach to producers, Sarah is also a beginning organic farmer in Oregon’s Willamette Valley.

About eOrganic

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