Conservation Technical Assistance (CTA)
This is a voluntary program available to any group or individual interested in conserving their natural resources or sustaining agricultural production on their land. It is provided to address concerns and problems related to the natural resources and to also help them make sound decisions on their land.
Agriculture Cost Share Program (ACSP)
This is a voluntary program that provides technical and financial assistance to landowners and operators of agricultural land to reduce agricultural nonpoint source pollution and improve the water quality in North Carolina. For more information, please visit the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Community Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP)
This is a voluntary program that is directed toward non-agricultural land in the urban, suburban, and rural areas of the county. It is designed to improve water quality through the installation of various best management practices on these areas. For more information, please visit the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Agricultural Water Resources Assistance Program (AGWRAP)
This program will assist agricultural landowners and operators who want to increase water use efficiency, availability and storage of water for agricultural purposes and to implement best management practices to conserve and protect water resources. For more information visit the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.
Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP)
This program allows farmers and landowners to install best management practices on their land with technical and financial assistance. It promotes agricultural production and environmental quality on the land. For more information, please visit the United States Department of Agriculture Natural Resources Conversation Service.
Individuals click here for your guide to applying for programs. Businesses use this link.
If you have any questions about the above programs give the Nash Soil and Water Conservation District a call at 252-459-4116 ext. 3.