Pollinator habitats now included in CCRP
Tunica County USDA Farm Service Agency Executive Director Aaron Robinson, Sr. announced that pollinator habitats will now be accepted as a Continuous Sign-up Conservation Reserve Program practice. CCRP is a voluntary program that helps producers apply conservation practices to safeguard environmentally sensitive land.
Pollinator habitats are areas of permanent vegetation located in an agricultural landscape: field edges, field middles, odd corners, or any agricultural location that is suitable for establishing pollinator habitat.
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