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USDA seeks applications for Innovative Conservation Grants by Feb. 26

SALINA — USDA is offering grants for innovative conservation technologies and tools. USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service plans to invest $10 million in the Conservation Innovation Grants program. Grant proposals are due Feb. 26.
“I know individual Kansans, non-profits, universities and state partners have great ideas and projects that need funding,” said Sheldon Hightower, Kansas NRCS acting state conservationist. “These grants have tremendous value because the projects are closely tied to practical applications for producers. Last year, Kansas State University received $672,000 for a project to implement new irrigation technology.”
According to Hightower, “the grants are very competitive, so ...


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