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Natural Resources Conservation Services (NRCS) uses science-based technology to provide conservation planning and assistance to land owners and operators and others to benefit the soil, water, air, plants, and animal for productive lands and healthy ecosystems.
The technical resources and references we provide and use, as well as the disciplines on which we rely, show how NRCS experts work together to help conserve our nation's natural resources.
The USDA Agricultural Air Quality Task Force site serves as a repository of information about the task force, and provides public access to Federal Register notices, meeting minutes, reports and documents, and official communiqués from and about the task force.
Soil Stories is a film collaborated between the Earth Sciences and Resources Institute-University of SC and SC NRCS. Watch the movie to embark on a journey of discovery and learn about soil!
The East, Central and West National Technology Support Centers deliver science-based conservation technology and training. Webinars are a popular training format.
Find information about NRCS conservation practices, including conservation practice standards, information sheets, job sheets, network effects diagrams, and more.