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Minnesota officials seek cropland for conservation project

ST. PAUL, Minn. — Minnesota officials are working to sign up more landowners under a new program that pays farmers to permanently set aside farmland for conservation to improve water quality. The federal Conservation Reserve

From the Pages of Outdoor News – Dec. 9, 2017

Tim Spielman and Rob Drieslein discuss future of Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program. Tim Lesmeister and Rob Drieslein debate DNR’s deer management goal, new northern pike regulations, and Trump action on Bears Ear National Monument. Joe

In North Dakota, touting habitat projects designed for wildlife

Over a 10-year period, approximately $19 million in federal funds from the Farm Service Agency will be used to provide annual rental, incentive and cost-share payments for filter strips, riparian buffers, or pollinator and honeybee

Expectations high for third CREP

Indications are that program’s results will more likely mirror the first program that kicked off in the late 1990s

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