Walter J. Marshall
Public Affairs Specialist
The USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service is a non-regulatory, non-enforcement agency that provides financial and technical assistance for farm and forest landowners with resource concerns on their property. Help is available with projects like seasonal high tunnels, pollinator habitat creation, forest management, nutrient management, and more!
Serving Providence County
Education and Outreach Specialist
NRCS and the Conservation Districts offer free workshops and events throughout the year to share information about new programs and the NRCS application process, as well to to provide helpful tips that will make managing your farm or forest land easier for you and better for RI's soil and water resources.
Visit your local Conservation District's website to learn about or register for upcoming events. Can't make an event? Call or email your district office any time to learn more. All inquiries are free of charge and zero-obligation.
Receive technical and financial assistance to improve your farm's production and bottom line.
Call Us: +1.4019340840
Rhode Island's Conservation Districts are quasi-public agencies governed by local boards that exist to assist our state's landowners with conservation on their land. Conservation District staff can provide you with no-cost assistance with applying for NRCS programs.
Working Together To Help You
with your farm or forest land
Funding and assistance is available for forest management plans, trail creation, and more.
For Natural Resource Concerns On Your Land
Serving Kent and Washington Counties
Serving Newport and Bristol Counties