GVCD Ag Enhancement Program Announced

The Greenbrier Valley Conservation District will accept cost-share applications for the FY22 Agricultural Enhancement Program through June 30, 2021. For the 2022 program year, we are focusing effort to Best Management Practices (BMPs) that most support rotational grazing in order to increase production and conservation alike: Lime (up to $4,500.00 total maximum cost-share), Pasture Division Fencing (up to $5,000.00 total maximum cost-share), Water/woodland Exclusion Fencing (up to $5,000.00 total maximum cost share), Alternative Water Sources (up to $5,000.00 total maximum cost share), and Comprehensive Pasture Development (up to $10,000.00 total maximum cost share). Qualifications must be met and validation is required for each BMP. Approvals are contingent upon funding. More information about each practice can be found on the Greenbrier Valley Conservation District’s Facebook page. Please call to make sign-up arrangements. Due to COVID 19 precautions, there will be no walk-ins. Contact GVCD Grassland Technician, Barry Level, at 304-520-2318 or barrett.level@gmail.com for information.


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