The Natural Resources Conservation Service began accepting Environmental Quality Incentive Program (EQIP) applications on October 1st for FY 2014. Applications will be accepted for this signup through January 16, 2015 at the USDA Farm Service Center. Ranking will be based on the enviromental benifits of the practices involved. For additional information contact the Henry County SCD/NRCS office at 731-642-0761 Ext. 3.
Many producers are realizing the benefits of soil health and want to learn more. The Tennessee Association of Conservation Districts and the Natural Resources Conservation Service are partnering to provide answers to the most frequently asked soil health questions on this webpage.
In additon to the SOIL HEALTH FAQ, visitors will be able to view a soil health photo gallery and videos.
Welcome to the Henry County Soil Conservation District website.
The Henry County Soil Conservation District provides information and services to help conserve our natural resources and protect the environment. The USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) works in partnership with the District to promote an effective conservation program in our community.
Conserving Natural Resources for Our Future