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Becoming a Technical Service Provider for NRCS: An Introduction

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Published on Nov 1, 2012

In "Becoming a Technical Service Provider for NRCS: An Introduction," Harriet Behar with the Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES) begins a four-part webinar series with an introduction that will help you navigate the process to become a Technical Service Provider (TSP) to the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS).

Technical Service Providers (TSPs) are individuals or businesses with technical expertise in conservation planning and design for a variety of conservation activities. TSPs are hired by farmers, ranchers, private businesses, nonprofit organizations, or public agencies to provide these services on behalf of the NRCS. The webinar also discusses the Conservation Activity Plans that TSPs write on behalf of their farmer clients, including those transitioning to organic production.

As part of a NRCS national Conservation Innovation Project NCAT and 10 partnering organizations are offering the webinar series.

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