The Natural Resources Conservation Service has received $349,000 in financial assistance for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) National Water Quality Initiative for fiscal year 2013. The funds are to help Nevada producers implement conservation practices that benefit water quality resource concerns. The funds are targeted to applicants with farming operations in the Soda Lake-Carson River, Stillwater Marsh, South Branch-Carson River and Sheckler Reservoir 12 digit hydrological unit watersheds located in Churchill County. The funds are further targeted toward water quality impairments due to confined animal feeding operations and dairies. Applications must be received by May 17 to be considered …
Water Quality Initiative applications due May 17
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