How CRP and TIP can work for you - Brookings, SD
The Conservation Reserve Program-Transition Incentives Program (CRP-TIP) is a program managed by the Farm Service Agency. Landowners with expiring land in CRP can receive two years of additional payments if they rent or sell the land to a beginning, socially disadvantaged or veteran farmer. There are still funds available for the program!
At this meeting we will present on how the Conservation Reserve Program - Transition Incentives Program (CRP-TIP) can support landowners and beginning, socially disadvantaged, and veteran farmers in South Dakota.
- Learn strategies and practices that worked in Iowa, Nebraska and North Dakota in promoting and administering CRP-TIP
- Hear examples from people who participated in the program in these states
- Discover opportunities for FSA employees, interested farmers and interested landowners to get connected with each other.
This meeting is for you if you are an FSA employee, a landowner with expiring land in CRP, and if you are a beginning, socially disadvantaged or veteran farmer looking for land to rent and interested in conservation practices.
Feb. 23, 2017
10:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Days Inn, 2500 6th St, Brookings, SD 57006
Coffee and refreshments will be provided.
Find out more information please contact Glen Ready, firstname.lastname@example.org or 402.687.2100 ext 1011
Meeting sponsored by the Farm Service Agency, Center for Rural Affairs, Dakota Rural Action and the National Sustainable Agriculture Coalition