Ag and Environment Partnership
Ag Progress Days showcased projects that have been funded by the Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) program - and researchers joined PA NRCS National and State leaders to describe what conservation innovations on Pennsylvania's working lands - farms and forests - look like.
Nutrient Trading and TMDL Implementation - May 3, 2012. Chesapeake Bay Commission Briefing, Capitol Building, Washington, DC
Ross Pifer, Director of the Agricultural Law Resource and Reference Center, Dickinson School of Law, Penn State, presented at AG Progress Days, August 17, 2011. This session was also broadcasted via webinar.
This webinar was held December 7, 2010 and was sponsored by Penn State Extension, AEC, & American Farmland Trust.
This webinar was held July 7, 2010 and was sponsored by AERS and ENRI.
This webinar was held April 16, 2010 and was sponsored by PACD & Agencies.
Pennsylvania's opportunities for improving water quality under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. This webinar was held April 20, 2009 and was sponsored by PennVest, DEP.
This webinar was held July 15, 2009 and was sponsored by DEP, PEMA & SCC.
The Resource Enhancement and Protection program (REAP) is a state tax credit program that allows farmers and businesses to earn tax credits in exchange for implementing best management practices to enhance farm production and protect natural resources.
NRCS works with landowners through conservation planning and assistance to benefit the soil, water, air, plants, and animals for productive lands and healthy ecosystems. Working at the local level in field offices at USDA Service Centers in nearly every county in the Nation.