Monarch Butterfly

USDA NRCS Programs found near Major County, Oklahoma

Working Lands for Wildlife
Tim Griffiths
Working Lands for Wildlife is a partnership between NRCS and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) to use agency technical expertise and financial assistance to combat the decline of seven specific wildlife species whose decline can be reversed and will benefit other species with similar habitat needs.
Located in Bozeman, Montana - about 917 miles away
Oklahoma Conservation Stewardship Program
Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) helps you build on your existing conservation efforts while strengthening your operation. Whether you are looking to improve grazing conditions, increases crop yields, or develop wildlife habitat, we can custom design a CSP plan to help you meet those goals.
Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma - about 82 miles away
Monarch Butterfly Habitat Development Project
NRCS is working with agricultural producers to combat the decline of monarch butterflies by planting milkweed and other nectar-rich plants on private lands.
Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma - about 82 miles away
Oklahoma Agricultural Conservation Easement Program
The discontinued Grassland Reserve Program (GRP) was a voluntary program offering landowners the opportunity to protect, restore, and enhance grasslands on their property.
Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma - about 83 miles away
Oklahoma Environmental Quality Incentives Program
Resource Conservationist - Brandon Bishop
The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is a voluntary conservation program from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) that promotes agricultural production, forest management, and environmental quality as compatible goals.
Located in Stillwater, Oklahoma - about 83 miles away
James E. 'Bud' Smith Plant Materials Center
PMC Manager - Brandon Carr
The Center provides plant solutions for central Texas, southern Oklahoma, and parts of Kansas, Colorado, and New Mexico. The wide range in topography, climatic factors, and vegetation results in a diverse and unique service area.
Located in Knox City, Texas - about 211 miles away
Manhattan Plant Materials Center
PMC Manager - Fred Cummings
The Manhattan Plant Materials Center (KSPMC) develops plants and new plant technologies for America’s heartland. The Center offers services to a diverse region of the heartland including northeastern Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, and northern Oklahoma.
Located in Manhattan, Kansas - about 221 miles away
Booneville Plant Materials Center
The ARPMC develops plants and plant science technology to address conservation issues in areas from the rugged Ozarks to the western coastal plain.
Located in Booneville, Arkansas - about 269 miles away
East Texas Plant Materials Center
PMC Manager - R. Alan Shadow
The East Texas Plant Materials Center (ETPMC) in Nacogdoches, Texas provides plant solutions in southwestern Arkansas, northwestern Louisiana, southeastern Oklahoma, and east Texas.
Located in Nacogdoches, Texas - about 395 miles away
Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP)
USDA NRCS
The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) provides financial and technical assistance to agricultural producers and non-industrial forest managers to address natural resource concerns and deliver environmental benefits such as improved water and air quality, conserved ground and surface water, increased soil health and reduced soil erosion and sedimentation, improved or created wildlife habitat, and mitigation against drought and increasing weather volatility.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Emergency Watershed Protection (EWP)
The EWP Program allows communities to quickly address serious and long-lasting damages to infrastructure and to the land. The EWP Program authorities offer NRCS the flexibility to act quickly to help local communities cope with adverse impacts resulting from natural disasters.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Regional Conservation Partnership Program
The Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) promotes coordination of NRCS conservation activities with partners that offer value-added contributions to expand our collective ability to address on-farm, watershed, and regional natural resource concerns.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP)
Our Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) helps you build on your existing conservation efforts while strengthening your operation.  Whether you are looking to improve grazing conditions, increase crop resiliency, or develop wildlife habitat, we can custom design a CSP plan to help you meet those goals.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Healthy Forests Reserve Program (HFRP)
USDA NRCS
The Healthy Forests Reserve Program (HFRP) helps landowners restore, enhance and protect forestland resources on private lands through easements and financial assistance.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG)
Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) is a voluntary program intended to stimulate the development and adoption of innovative conservation approaches and technologies while leveraging Federal investment in environmental enhancement and protection, in conjunction with agricultural production.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Wetlands Reserve Enhancement Partnership (WREP)
Program Manager - Lisa McCauley
Overview WREP is a voluntary conservation program which is a component of WRP.  WREP leverages resources of eligible partners to provide financial and technical assistance to eligible landowners to protect, restore, and enhance high priority wetlands and improve wildlife habitat.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Conservation Technical Assistance (CTA)
NRCS
The Conservation Technical Assistance Program (CTA) provides our nation’s farmers, ranchers and forestland owners with the knowledge and tools they need to conserve, maintain and restore the natural resources on their lands and improve the health of their operations for the future.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away
Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentives Program (VPA-HIP)
NRCS
The Voluntary Public Access and Habitat Incentive Program (VPA-HIP) is a competitive grants program that helps state governments and Indian tribes increase public access to private lands for wildlife-dependent recreation, such as hunting, fishing or hiking.
Located in Washington, DC - about 1189 miles away