Are you a landowner who has issues with expiring CRP, farming marginal cropland, conserving habitat, or just wants more from your land? Ducks Unlimited's conservation program biologists may have solutions for you. DU has biologists who specialize in conservation programs in Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota. These biologists work with landowners to provide technical assistance and guidance on federal, state and private conservation programs.
Some of these programs include Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP), Agricultural Conservation Easement Program (ACEP), Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), Public Land Open to Sportsman (PLOTS) and Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP).
Ducks Unlimited also have programs that may work for your operation. Current DU programs include the Working Grasslands Partnership and the Enbridge Ecofootprint Program.
Conservation programs help reduce soil erosion, increase water quality, improve wildlife habitat and keep land productive for future generations.
If you want more information on programs and what conservation program biologists do, follow the link to North Dakota Conservation Program Biologists.