USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) invites potential conservation partners in Indiana to submit project applications for dollars through NRCS’ newest funding opportunity – Indiana Partners for Conservation. Indiana NRCS will award up to a total of $1 million to locally-driven partnerships that address natural resource issues, encourage collaboration and develop state-and-community-level conservation leadership.

“We take great pride in our partnership efforts in Indiana,” said Indiana NRCS State Conservationist Jerry Raynor. “Individually, the groups that comprise our conservation partnerships have diverse knowledge in a wide range of disciplines and focus areas. But as partners, we share our unique areas of expertise in conservation work together to put more conservation on the land.”

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