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The Missouri Department of Conservation can connect farmers and property owners with land management expertise and financial assistance offered by the Natural Resources Conservation Service. MDC is the lead agency for some Regional Conservation Partnership Programs designed to boost grassland habitat and forage, increase natural buffers around crop fields, and improve wildlife habitat.
Programs where MDC is the lead agency in the northwest, Kansas City, and other regions include:
Enrollment is now open. But qualifying farmers and landowners must apply by Jan. 13, 2023, to qualify for this round of funding. Individuals and entities are eligible to participate in RCPP. Applications will be made through local NRCS offices. For more information about the program from an MDC private lands conservationist, contact the private land conservationist in the eligible counties.
The NRCS has also opened enrollment for some programs in Missouri where the lead contacts are with the Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Quail Forever, and Pheasants Forever. Included in those programs are pollinator habitat and stream stewardship programs that some counties in the northwest and Kansas City regions qualify for. For a complete listing of RCPP programs currently open for enrollment in Missouri, visit this link.
For more information about MDC assistance for private landowners and managers, visit this link.
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