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America’s Conservation Ag Movement (ACAM) is built on the foundation that producers are the original Conservation Stewards. No two operations are alike, and no two producers are alike, either.
This program features real-world stories to provide farmers and ranchers with insights from other producers.
We’ve created and compiled cases studies, producer lessons learned, workbooks, videos and other resources to show how producers innovate within their unique production systems to mitigate risk, create more resiliency to weather, reduce input costs, maintain or even boost yields, and create more free time to spend with their families.
ACAM connects producers to helpful resources including USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). NRCS supports producers with resource planning and helps qualifying producers apply for technical assistance and financial incentives such as cost-share programs.
Service centers are co-located with USDA’s Farm Service Agency and Rural Development to provide a one-stop shop that meets the needs of your individual operation, including natural resource needs and business goals.
All program participation is voluntary, and the conservation planning and expert consultations are yours to keep!
Visit the USDA-NRCS Service Center Locator to engage a team of experts and unlock the potential of your farm or ranch!
Ready to explore conservation programs offered by the Natural Resources Conservation Service? See the NRCS State Ranking Dates for Conservation Programs. NRCS accepts applications year-round, and your local district conservationist can help determine the right program for you based on your resource needs and goals for your unique operation.
The Conservation at Work video series highlights innovation on working farms and ranches—all in two minutes or less. Get real stories, real successes, real quick. Learn about projects that qualify for cost-sharing and technical assistance from NRCS as you evaluate improvements to your operation.
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