Consider putting land in CRP to benefit area wildlife

Every time the United States Department of Agriculture announces additional acres for the CRP program, sportsmen and women across the country cheer.

The federal Conservation Reserve Program pays farmers to take marginal cropland out of production and plant it to native grass and flower cover.

 


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