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A wide range of new funds are on their way to producers.

Transition Plan

Natural Resource Concern: Soil Erosion, Water Quality, Plant Condition, and other identified natural resource concerns.

Conservation Plan Supporting Organic Transition.

Up to $16,400 for the plan.

Soil Carbon Amendment

Apply compost and biochar to improve soil biology and other soil health-related resource concerns.

Apply biochar and compost, an NRCS conservation practice.

Oregon covers up to $2,262 / acre.

Irrigation Water Mgmt Design

Addresses insufficient water, water quality degradation, degraded plant condition, or inefficient energy use.

Addressing irrigation water use inefficiency through an EQIP contract.

Up to $12,900 for design.

NRCS conservation programs seek to put billions into soil health 

IRA Funds are

"a once-in-a-generation investment... to invest in climate-smart practices that create value and economic opportunities for producers"

Approximately $19.5 billion of Inflation Reduction Act funds will support USDA’s conservation programs within the NRCS beginning in fiscal year 2023 and continuing over the following four years. This includes $8.45 billion for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program.

NRCS made available $850 million in fiscal year 2023. This is expected to more than double in 2024 and then increase substantially again in 2025. These funds flow to its oversubscribed conservation programs: the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP), Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP) and Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP).


Are You Ready to Apply for a Grant from NRCS, State Agency, or a Foundation?

Facing challenges?

Drought, Flood, Costs, Fire, Help Expanding

1. A quick 60 seconds assessment

It’s surprisingly easy!

Design for your needs

Expert Help for Planning, Design, Implementation

2. Readiness Score

Learn about your readiness to apply for a grant based on your unique situation.

Soil Health

Crop Resilience when Extreme Weather Strikes

3. Your Readiness Solution

Free Grant Readiness Report and Special Resources List.

This Challenge is Based on Actual Experience

Get help with grants

Our grant acquisition specialists help you assess, prepare and submit quality proposals.

The ‘How Ready Are You’ questionnaire is a simple set of questions designed to assess what may be needed to prepare any specific grant application. It was developed with grant acquisition specialists who successfully procured over $1,000,000,000 in grant funds for clients over the last twenty years.


We offer a range of services 
to support you throughout the funding cycle

Your unique situation

Our experts work with you to develop a funding strategy to reduce effort and increase results over time.

Our service starts by listening to and understanding your unique business dynamics to help you identify the best funding strategy for you.

Land, Climate, Resources

Building Together

Many local NRCS, Conservation Districts, Ag Extensions are stretched thin. With dozens of funding specialists available, we are here to help.

We then support you as far as you need with the required documentation and the overall application process, to get you the funding that you need to take your sustainable business forward.

Dozens of opportunities annually

Once in a lifetime funding opportunity for ag in the middle to incorporate climate smart practices and precsion ag technology.

With these programs and resources available, ranchers and farmers can access the necessary funds and expertise to adopt sustainable agricultural practices and promote environmental conservation.

EQIP | CSP | CRP – dozens of programs likely fit your ranch or farm

“Their innovative mindset and network of organizations building leading edge technologies truly made the vision of this grant proposal superior.” 

Marshall Bartlett, 5th generation,
regen ag farmer, MS

“Their vast network that offers wide ranges of tools and knowledge is impressive. As a farmer in the regenerative movement, I believe their Grant Agency can help many accelerate in some tangible ways.”

Yadi Wang, 1st generation,
regen ag farmer, AZ

To support farmers and ranchers, the United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) offers various grant programs aimed at promoting conservation and sustainable agriculture practices.

These grant programs are designed to provide financial assistance to farmers and ranchers who are looking to implement conservation practices on their land. The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is one such program that provides financial and technical assistance to agricultural producers to address natural resource concerns and deliver environmental benefits.

The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is another program that provides financial assistance to farmers and ranchers to implement conservation practices on their land.

Additionally, the USDA also offers the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), which provides financial incentives to landowners to convert highly erodible cropland or other environmentally sensitive acreage to vegetative cover, such as native grasses or trees.

Our Funding Regeneration program provides the services needed to enable farmers and ranchers to apply for these grant programs.


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