Phone: (989) 356-3596 Ext. 3. District Conservationist: Bryan Zabel (email@example.com) Address: 1900 M 32 West, Alpena, MI 49707-8189
NRCS is an agency committed to “helping people help the land.”—our mission is to provide resources to farmers and landowners to aid them with conservation. Ensuring productive lands in harmony with a healthy environment is our priority.
MICHIGAN NRCS PROGRAMS
The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service in Michigan provides conservation technical and financial assistance to our state's agricultural producers and private forestland owners on a voluntary basis. We support one of the nation's most diverse agricultural economies while helping producers and landowners protect the Great Lakes and our state's water, soil, wildlife, and other natural resources.
The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) was established in 1935 to aid individuals and groups in identifying and resolving conservation problems on privately owned lands. This is achieved through partnerships with local conservation districts, where clients can voluntarily and actively participate in the conservation planning process. With assistance from their partners, the NRCS helps clients prepare conservation plans that enable them to make informed decisions about their lands. View this conservation plan fact sheet to learn more.
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