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1. USDA accepting more farmland for wildlife habitat in Kentucky
Tags: 2014 Farm Bill, Agricultural Land, Conservation Reserve Program, CRP, CRP Announcement, Early Successional Bottomland Habitat, Erosion, Executive Director, Farmers, Federally Funded, FSA, Funding, John W McCauley, Kentucky, Kentucky Farm Service Agency, Lexington, Northern Bobwhite Quail, Ranchers, Restoration Funding, SAFE, Secretary, Soil, State Acres For Wildlife Enhancement, US Department of Agriculture, USDA, Vilsack, Voluntary, Water, Wildlife habitat, Wildlife Habitat Restoration
By Dan
2. Secretary Vilsack Announces Additional 800,000 Acres Dedicated to Conservation Reserve Program for Wildlife Habitat and Wetlands
Tags: Agriculture Secretary, Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies, Audubon Society, Conservation, Conservation Reserve Program, CRP, Ducks Unlimited, Erosion, Farm Bill, Habitat, Longleaf Alliance, Milwaukee, National Association of State Foresters, National Bobwhite Technical Committee, National Rural Water Association, National Wild Turkey Federation, Pheasants Forever, Playa Lakes Joint Venture, Quail Forever, Quality Deer Management Association, Soil, Tom Vilsack, US Department of Agriculture, USDA, Water quality, Wetland, Wildlife, Wisconsin
By Dan
3. UK celebrates 50 years of no-till agriculture
Tags: Bob Pearce, Christian County, College of Agriculture, Department of Plant and Soil Services, Edward H Faulkner, Erosion, Extension, Harry Young, John Young, Lloyd Murdock, No till, Plowman's Folly, Reeves Davie, Shirley Phillips, Soil, University of Kentucky
By kyfb

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