SWCS
September 21, 2017

Farm Bill Conservation Program Assessments

Farm Bill Conservation Program Assessments
by the Soil and Water Conservation Society and Environmental Defense
2007-2008


Executive Summary
The conservation provisions of the US farm bill are vitally important to the members and mission of the Soil and Water Conservation Society (SWCS). SWCS works to bring science and professional judgment to bear to ensure the farm bill produces programs and policy that work for agricultural producers and deliver the benefits taxpayers expect.

 

Conservation Reserve Program (CRP)

 

 

 

Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Program Assessment: Free Full-Text PDF (April 2008)

Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Program Assessment: Executive Summary (April 2008)


Conservation Security Program (CSP)

 

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The New Conservation Security Program: Recommendations for Action by the Conference Committee (January 2008)
Conservation Security Program (CSP) Program Assessment: Free Full-Text PDF (March 2007)
Conservation Security Program (CSP) Program Assessment: Executive Summary (March 2007)

Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP)

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The New Environmental Quality Incentives Program: Recommendations for Action by the Conference Committee (January 2008)
Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Program Assessment: Free Full-Text PDF (March 2007)
Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Program Assessment: Executive Summary (March 2007)

Technical Assistance for Farm Bill Conservation Programs

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Technical Assistance for Farm Bill Conservation Programs: Recommendations for Action by the Conference Committee (February 2008)
An Assessment of Technical Assistance for Farm Bill Conservation Programs: Free Full-Text PDF (September 2007)
An Assessment of Technical Assistance for Farm Bill Conservation Programs: Executive Summary (September 2007)

 

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