Empower Your Farming with NRCS Grants


Discover tailored financial and conservation support to elevate your sustainable agriculture journey.


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About NRCS

Established as an integral arm of the USDA, the National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) champions the cause of American farmers through unwavering support in sustainable and conservation-focused practices. Born out of the profound lessons of the Dust Bowl era, the NRCS has evolved over the decades to offer a synergistic blend of financial assistance, expert consultation, and conservation planning. This dynamic agency recognizes the invaluable role of farmers as stewards of the land, and is committed to aiding them in their pursuit of environmentally responsible agriculture.

At its core, the NRCS is not just about conservation—it’s about fostering prosperous, sustainable futures for farmers and the communities they serve. Through its vast array of programs and grants, the NRCS endeavors to bridge the gap between traditional farming methods and innovative, sustainable strategies. This commitment ensures that our lands remain fertile, our waters clean, and our agricultural legacy preserved for generations to come.

NRCS Soil Carbon Amendment CPS 808/336

Understanding the Opportunity

The NRCS provides Soil Carbon Amendment CPS 808/336 grants to enhance soil health and carbon sequestration for farmers and ranchers.

Revitalizing the Earth’s Soil

A Book Review

In “The Great Regeneration,” Dorn Cox delves into the crucial link between agriculture and climate change.

Securing State-Level NRCS Grants

Unlock comprehensive support at the state level: tap into funding, skilled labor, and essential resources for your sustainable agricultural endeavors.

Learn more by digging into your state’s technical guide.

Conservation Innovation Grants

Conservation innovation grants: fostering cutting-edge sustainability practices and techniques to shape the future of eco-conscious agriculture.

Percent of the nation's counties have soil maps provided by the NRCS.

Acres the NRCS has enrolled in new conservation easements since October, 2020

Dollars of financial support for NRCS conservation programs beginning fiscal year 2023

Essentially, all life depends upon the soil ... There can be no life without soil and no soil without life; they have evolved together.


– Charles E. Kellogg, USDA Yearbook of Agriculture, 1938

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