Farming for a Future of Healthy Soil and Clean Water

In rural Indiana, Ray McCormick plants cover crops – and trees – to protect farms and rivers. It’s a conservation practice Ray uses on every acre to improve soil health, prevent erosion and reduce nutrient runoff from his farm into the Wabash River, a 500-mile-long tributary of the Mississippi River. Read More

2018 Farm Bill Break Down
Following nearly two years of intense debate and several suspenseful months in farm bill limbo, the President signed the “Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018,” otherwise known as the 2018 Farm Bill. What You Need Yo Know



2018 Conservation Practices and Trends
The USDA just released a report that tracks the different ways landowners have adopted conservation practices over the year - from decreasing greenhouse gas emissions to creating more sustainable agriculture methods! Read More
The Future is Bright For Conserving Western Working Landscapes
As 2018 comes to a close, the Sage Grouse Initiative takes a look back and a peek ahead. Learn how partners are making sagebrush rangelands more resilient for people and wildlife! Learn More

Upcoming Events

Texas Land Conservation Conference

What: The Texas Land Conservation Conference, organized by the Texas Land Trust Council, will take place at the Hilton Austin Airport in Austin. The conference will cover land stewardship, conservation for landowners, conservation related policy issues, and conservation easements.
When: February 27 - March 1 2018
Where: Hilton Austin Airport, Austin TX

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