Client Gateway Helps Landowners PDF Print E-mail
Written by Carter Harris   
Tuesday, 04 October 2016 06:18

USDA-NRCS has introduced a new and innovative tool to help landowners more efficiently manage their Conservation Plans and Contracts. The Conservation Client Gateway is available to request technical assistance, apply for financial assistance, review, sign, and submit applications and contracts, and track payments in a contract. Users can now do all of these things from the comfort of their own home, with no visit to the local USDA Service Center.

If you’re interested in finding out more about Conservation Client Gateway and the many useful tools it has, contact the USDA Service Center in Cleveland, TN or the Polk County Soil Conservation District office in Benton, TN and ask to speak with Chase Hicks or Meaghan Maddux. There are also handouts available at both locations mentioned that tell more about Conservation Client Gateway.

EQIP Deadlines PDF Print E-mail
Written by Carter Harris   
Monday, 03 October 2016 06:23

The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is currently taking applications for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), with the signup deadline for funding set for October 21, 2016. Applications in EQIP can include practices such as cross fencing, watering facilities, litter storage buildings for poultry farms, exclusion fencing from ponds and streams, and CNMPs. If interested in finding out more about what EQIP can offer you as a landowner in Bradley or Polk County, please contact the NRCS offices listed below.

Cleveland Service Center- 423-472-5731 ext 3

Polk County Soil Conservation District Office- 423- 338-4555

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