Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP)

Targeted Watershed Conservation - Regional Conservation Partnership Program
The deadline to sign up for FY18 RCPP project’s in Missouri was Nov. 17, 2017.

Targeted Watershed Conservation - Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) funds were available to eligible farmers and ranchers with an interest in soil and water conservation practices designed to improve soil health and water quality. Funding will be made available in different watersheds over a five year period. Successful projects will not only assist the participant in maintaining and improving agricultural productivity, but also improve water quality and wildlife habitats throughout the farming region. The funds are being made available through a partnership between the USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service and DNR’s Soil and Water Conservation Program, along with the Missouri Corn Merchandising Council, Missouri Soybean Association and the following partner organizations: Lincoln University, Missouri Agribusiness Association, Missouri Association of Councils of Governments, Missouri Department of Conservation, Missouri soil and water conservation districts. University of Missouri Extension, Women, Food, and Ag Network. Additional information on the federal RCPP program is available through the USDA.
USDA/NRCS Regional Conservation Partnership Program home page
Targeted Watershed Conservation Year 4 RCPP Watersheds Map

Previous RCPP Projects
Overview of RCPP in Missouri
Targeted Watershed Conservation Year 3 RCPP Watersheds Map