Agroforestry and NRCS Programs in the Northeast
Friday, May 5 th 1:30-2:30pm E.S.T
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~with Michael Fournier, New York State Forester, Natural Resource Conservation Service
Initially conservation practices can often be costly, with the promise of long-term financial benefits. Through USDA Farm Bill cost share programs, the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) can help private landowners invest in their land’s future. Our speaker will cover NRCS’s current planning policy and procedures, agroforestry systems and conservation practice standards, and an explanation of how the program enrollment process works in NY.
Mike Fournier has provided technical assistance to private forestland owners for the past 32 years in NJ, NY, PA, and VT while working for NRCS and other associated conservation organizations. He currently serves as NY NRCS’s State Staff Forester.
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Continuing Education Credits will be available!!
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