Do you farm or ranch and want to make improvements to the land that you own or lease?
Natural Resources Conservation Service offers technical and financial assistance to help farmers, ranchers and forest landowners.
The National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) operates the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) to help producers plan and implement conservation practices on land impacted by natural disasters.
The Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is NRCS’ flagship conservation program that helps farmers, ranchers and forest landowners integrate conservation into working lands.
EQIP provides technical and financial assistance to agricultural producers and forest landowners to address natural resource concerns, such as:
How It Works
NRCS works one-on-one with producers to develop a conservation plan that outlines conservation practices and activities to help solve on-farm resource issues. Producers implement practices and activities in their conservation plan that can lead to cleaner water and air, healthier soil and better wildlife habitat, all while improving their agricultural operations. EQIP helps producers make conservation work for them. Financial assistance for practices may be available through EQIP. Some producers may also qualify for advance payment.
Some of these benefits include:
USDA Service Centers are locations where you can connect with Farm Service Agency, Natural Resources Conservation Service, or Rural Development employees for your business needs.
Kahului Service Center:
Serving:Central Maui, Hana, Olinda-Kula, and West Maui Soil and Water Conservation Districts(Island of Maui) Site ID: 8795 Office ID: 5115
Natural Resources Conservation Service: (808) 214-1747
Physical Address: 77 Hookele Street, 2Nd Floor, Kahului, HI 96732, Get Directions
Mailing Address: 77 Hookele St. Suite 202, Kahului, HI 96732
Contact: Gerald Gregory, email@example.com
Contact: James Robello, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Lahaina and Kula residents who have been impacted by the August fires are invited to talk story with Mayor Richard Bissen. There are several dates to choose from. Each talk story session will welcome up to 30 residents to give folks a chance to share mana‘o and ask questions.
Series of events from December 9 through January 27.