Soil & Water Conservation Program

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Cost-Share Program

Streambank Stabilization A portion of the parks, soils and water sales tax is used for Missouri landowners to install soil and water conservation practices through the state cost-share program. These practices conserve soil, which consequently improves water quality by reducing sedimentation in rivers and streams.

The governor signed House Bill 250 on June 26, 2009, which allowed water quality best management practices that were successfully implemented in the AgNPS SALT program to become available statewide. This expanded the number of conservation practices available statewide in Missouri.

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How will these practices benefit you?

Conservation practices can save you time and money and increase your farm’s production while protecting the overall natural environment of the state.

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