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|Statement||sponsored by Soil and Water Conservation Society with the support of the Agricultural Research Service ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Soil and Water Conservation Society (U.S.), United States. Agricultural Research Service.|
|LC Classifications||S624.A1 W48 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||143 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||94018051|
specified periods for 5 years after a contract expires if the producer keeps the land in conserving uses. This provision, along with commodity program provisions such as 0/50/92, planting flexibility, and multiyear set-aside, provides producers with production choices that will not force them to replant CRP acres solely to preserve base history. OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. At head of title: Issues for the 's: Conservation. "March " Shipping list no.: P. Description. Get this from a library! When Conservation Reserve Program contracts expire: the policy options: conference proceedings, February , , Arlington, Virginia. [Soil and Water Conservation Society (U.S.); United States. Agricultural Research Service.;]. When the CRP Ends: policymakers, conservationists, farmers, and rural residents have been concerned about the likely fate of program land after the contracts expire (Heimlick and Osborn
EExpiring Conservation Reserve xpiring Conservation Reserve PProgram Optionsrogram Options As a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contract nears its end, landowners will be making decisions on what to do next with their land. Before deciding what to do when a CRP con-tract expires, it is important to consider several. Some 22 million acres are enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) at present, with contracts due to expire on million acres on Sept. The farm law says a maximum of million acres can be enrolled this year, an interim step toward a . The farm bill allows producers with expiring CRP land to enroll in the Conservation Stewardship Program in the final year of their CRP contract, so long as no double payments are made. The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), was established in the Food Security Act of , in order to permanently authorize the effort to provide incentives for farmers to retire environmentally.
What is the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP)? CRP is a land conservation program administered by FSA. In exchange for a yearly rental payment, farmers enrolled in the program agree to remove environmentally sensitive land from agricultural production and plant species that will improve environmental health and quality. Contracts for land. Many landowners, hunters and outdoor enthusiasts don't realize the looming deadline. More than 21 million acres of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts will expire over the next five years. CRP contracts begin and expire based on the federal government’s fiscal year, which runs from October 1 through September If your CRP contract is set to expire, you may begin to make changes on your land as early as 90 days before the close-out date, as long as you get the appropriate approvals from the Farm Service Agency (FSA). The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is a cost-share and rental payment program of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Under the program, the government pays farmers to take certain agriculturally used croplands out of production and convert them to vegetative cover, such as cultivated or native bunchgrasses and grasslands, wildlife and pollinators food and shelter plantings.