Conservation Program Search

This USA Rice-developed search helps rice farmers find conservation programs in their state that provide some form of assistance to their operation, whether it be through cost sharing, management incentives or tax exemptions. 

Search by State, Program Type, Topic, Funding Authority, or Keyword to find the programs that fit your needs. Deadlines and information will be updated on a regular basis. 

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  • Exemption of seed sales (AR)

    State Tax Exemption / AR Department of Finance and Administration

    Sales of seed to be used in the commercial production of any agricultural product or agricultural … Read More
  • Exemption of cotton, seed, lint or baled cotton (AR)

    State Tax Exemption / AR Department of Finance and Administration

    Sales of cotton, seed cotton, lint cotton or baled cotton whether compressed or not is exempt from AR … Read More
  • Agrichemical Handling Facility

    Working Land / USDA NRCS

    A facility with an impervious surface to provide an environmentally safe area for on-farm … Read More
  • IPM Herbicide Resistance Weed Conservation Plan

    Working Land / USDA NRCS

    Plan is created to address weeds on cropland that are resistant to herbicides, including organic and … Read More
  • Integrated Pest Management Plan

    Working Land / USDA NRCS

    A site-specific combination of pest prevention, pest avoidance, pest monitoring, and pest suppression … Read More
  • Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP)

    Working Land / USDA NASS

    To measure the benefits of installing conservation practices, farmers are interviewed about their … Read More
  • Exemption of Agri Fertilizer, Chemicals, Pesticides, and Herbicides (AR)

    State Tax Exemption / AR Department of Finance and Administration

    Sales of agri fertilizer, limestone, chemicals, pesticides and herbicides used in the commercial production … Read More
  • Nutrient Management Plan

    Working Land / USDA NRCS

    Proper management of the 4R's of nutrient management: right amount, right source, right placement, and … Read More