NRCS Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Financial Assistance – Vegetable Crops Hotline

NRCS Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) Financial Assistance

The EQIP program is a great program that helps growers to get access to finance and technical assistance.

I reached out to Sarah Vaughn, District Conservationist at the Lafayette NRCS Service Center, and she had the following comments. “Applications for EQIP financial assistance are accepted throughout the year. Indiana’s EQIP deadline is typically mid-December. Producers and landowners should apply by the program-specific ranking date to be considered for the current funding cycle. Applications received after the ranking date will automatically be considered during the next funding cycle.”

More information about the EQIP program is available here

Additional information about the High Tunnel Initiative is available here

How do I apply? The best way to learn if EQIP is a good fit for you is by contacting your local NRCS office

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