Olympic Peninsula Conservation Programs

Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP)

Program level:

National

Land use:

Agriculture, Forest

Provider:

Local NRCS

Benefits provided: 

Financial, free technical assistance

Water-focused program: 

No

Custom design a plan with a wide-range of conservation and operations possibilties.

Overview

Description:

Build on existing conservation efforts while strengthening your operation. Whether you are looking to improve grazing conditions, increase crop yields, or develop wildlife habitat, we can custom design a CSP plan to help you meet those goals.

Eligibility:

Control or own cropland, rangeland, pastureland, non-industrial private forestland and other farm or ranch lands.

Comply with adjusted gross income limitation (AGI) provisions

Be in compliance with the highly erodible land and wetland conservation requirements

Develop an NRCS CSP plan of operations

Financial benefit: 

Cost-share for projects

Contact information

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Information last updated on November 1, 2021.

Planning Importance

Developing a forest, agricultural, or conservation plan helps identify and prioritize objectives for landowners. These objectives can determine what type programs to search for. Supporting organizations in your area often provide free consultation and planning.

Landscape Characteristics

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