The 2014 Farm Bill is our country’s biggest investment in land and water conservation and has been called the most significant conservation legislation in generations. Voluntary partnerships between agricultural and conservation groups help farmers conserve soil health, protect water quality, and restore wildlife habitat.
The projects will help develop and demonstrate cutting-edge ideas to accelerate innovation in conservation of natural resources.
States receiving funding include:
Ala., Alaska, Miss., Wis., Calif., S.C., Minn., Ariz., Fla., Kan., La., Iowa, Ill., Neb., Ohio, N.C., Ga., Wash., Okla., Texas, Ind., Ark., Mo., N.Y., N.D., Penn., Tenn., Hawaii, Idaho, Mont., Vt., Utah, Va., W.Va., Colo., Ore., and also the District of Columbia.