ARe you planting Cover crops in 2023???
- All acres planted in 2023, even if you have already seeded, are eligible to enroll.
- Incentive payments range from $10 to $25 per acre, with no limit on number of acres.
- Payments can be stacked on existing EQIP/CSP contracts.
- Single species covers OR multi species mixes will qualify.
- Seeding rate minimum must be met; contact the Conservation District to confirm seed rates.
- Statewide program, acres can be enrolled statewide.
- Single year contract, no long-term requirements, and no long-term data collection!
Start the enrollment process by scanning the QR code above. If you had wheat planted in 2023 scan the wheat program code, even if drought impacted your wheat harvest. If you did not have wheat scan the cover crops program code on the left. Instructions for enrollment and opting out of additional marketing by FBN are available above in PDF.
The Miami County Conservation District plans to move away from printed newsletters and mailing. Miami County landowners, partners and any friend of conservation are encouraged to join our e-news email list to remain up to date on conservation news, events and program announcements.
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David Wayne Reed’s new film, land and flower, featuring the beauty of the remnant prairie ecosystem in Miami County, was made available for public viewing at the Picnic On The Prairie event held on June 5, 2022. George and Betty Reed hosted the event on their Louisburg farm with support from Miami County Conservation District. Additional funding for this film was provided by the Puffin Foundation. Over 60 guests spread out on blankets overlooking remnant prairie at Reed Farms as they shared a picnic lunch that afternoon. Picnickers enjoyed a poetry reading by Kansas City poet, Karla Deel, stories of the land and an artist talk given by David Wayne Reed, and a talk on prairie conservation by Lesley Rigney, former Miami County Conservation District Manager. Following the viewing of land and flower, visitors were encouraged to explore the tallgrass prairie further on foot or by tractor-pulled hayride.
All programs and services of the Miami County Conservation District are available without regards to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, age or handicap.