Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, the Missouri Department of Conservation, the Natural Resources Conservation Service, and the Farm Service Agency will host several landowner meetings in Missouri.
Information will be presented showing the options of the Conservation Reserve Program and other conservation programs along with a highlight of updated rental rates at two meetings in the area.
A meeting for Sullivan County residents will be at the Sullivan County Community Center in Milan on the evening of January 21st at 6 o’clock.
Another for residents of Grundy and Mercer counties will be in the basement of the Alexander Student Center on the campus of North Central Missouri College in Trenton the evening of January 28th at 6 o’clock.
Information on field eligibility and NRCS programs will also be presented.
Landowners interested in stopping erosion, increasing habitat for wildlife, or learning about financial assistance for conservation efforts are encouraged to attend a meeting or talk to a local Farm Bill wildlife biologist.
The informational meetings are free, but participants are requested to RSVP by contacting Joshua Marshall at 660-425-2770.