Tips to help Nevada’s
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Tips to help Nevada’s agricultural producers... Get ready. Get set. & Get in CSP.
payments is linked to the number of
acres enrolled in the program.
CSP rewards producers who are
broadly addressing many different
Be prepared. When CSP comes
to your watershed, there will be a
limited time to enroll. Learn about the
program in advance and keep your
records updated so you will be ready
to enroll when the time comes.
Get started now.
If CSP is offered in your watershed
this year, complete the CSP
tillage, crop rotations,
soil testing, and
nutrient and pesticide
attend a local NRCS
The importance of
record keeping cannot
Farmers who received
CSP payments in 2005
had good records of pasture, range,
nutrient, and pest management
practices. If you’re interested in
CSP for the future, review the Self-
Assessment Workbook and the soil
and water quality standards for your
operation, and start or continue
documenting your conservation
Producers interested in CSP are
responsible for gathering documents
and records to provide proof of
existing conservation efforts. Those
who plan in advance will be in a
much better position to benefit later.
Get more information
about CSP. For more
information on CSP and other
conservation programs, contact your
local NRCS office or visit us on the
Web at http://www.nv.nrcs.usda.gov.
1365 Corporate Blvd.
Reno, NV 89502
Get in CSP!&
Program is the first program
to reward farmers and
ranchers who have adopted good
conservation practices, and it provides
substantial incentives to expand
or enhance current conservation
efforts. Consequently, agricultural