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Proactive Conservation for Working Lands

Texas Conservation Stewardship Program

The Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP) is a voluntary conservation program that encourages producers to address resource concerns in a comprehensive manner by undertaking additional conservation activities and improving, maintaining, and managing existing conservation activities. CSP helps you build on your existing conservation efforts while strengthening your operation.  CSP is for working lands. It is the largest conservation program in the United States with 70 million acres of productive agricultural and forest land enrolled in CSP. CSP participants are seeing real results. 

Through CSP, we can help you build your business while implementing conservation practices that help ensure the sustainability of your entire operation. Good land stewardship not only conserves the natural resources on your farm, ranch or forest, it also provides multiple benefits to local communities, including better water and air quality, as well as food and fiber.

CSP is available on private agricultural and non-industrial forest lands, including tribal land, in all 50 States and the Caribbean and Pacific Islands Areas. The program provides equitable access to all producers, regardless of operation size, crops produced, or geographic location.


Contact Texas Conservation Stewardship Program

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  • USDA - NRCS Programs
Contact Texas Conservation Stewardship Program
Mark Habiger
Assistant State Conservationist-Programs
101 South Main Street
Temple, TX  76501
Phone: 254-742-9881
Fax: (254) 742-9819


Service Area
Statewide service provider in:
  • Texas

REMINDER: This listing is a free service of HabitatCAN.
Texas Conservation Stewardship Program is not employed by or affiliated with the Habitat Conservation Assistance Network, and the Network does not certify or guarantee their services. The reader must perform their own due diligence and use their own judgment in the selection of any professional.