Landowners invited to Feb. 28 statewide CRP webinar and virtual workshop

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JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Are you a Missouri landowner interested in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP)? Join Missouri Farm Bill Wildlife Biologists Courtney Nicks and Wesley Hanks for an upcoming virtual CRP webinar on Feb. 28 at 6 p.m. They will present general information on CRP and the many benefits this program can bring for landowners, and answer questions.

The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) works with many Missouri landowners on implementing CRP. CRP helps conserve natural resources on private land, provides habitat for wildlife and pollinators, and provides annual rental payments to landowners who enroll their acres in conservation practices. The general CRP signup is open now through March 11. The webinar can help landowners through the enrollment process.

Landowners interested in learning more about CRP or enrolling their acres are invited to register for the Feb. 28 CRP webinar and virtual workshop online at

Have questions about the webinar? Contact Kim Cole of Quail Forever at