Cooperative Conservation Amreica
Welcome to Cooperative Conservation America
A web site devoted to sharing the stories, lessons, knowledge and tools of Americans engaged in cooperative conservation

The electronic version of Faces and Places of Cooperative Conservation is available for download!

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Guide for South Dakota Rural Homeowners
The project/publication helps people to understand natural resources to better manage their small acreages for a healthier environment and guides them to available programs and services.
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USDA ANNOUNCES RECIPIENTS OF 2006 COOPERATIVE CONSERVATION PARTNERSHIP INITIATIVE GRANTS
WASHINGTON, May 25, 2006-U.S. Department of Agriculture today awarded nearly $5 million through the Cooperative Conservation Partnership Initiative (CCPI), a voluntary program that provides competitive grants for state and local governments, tribes and non-governmental organizations to foster conservation partnerships. Read More » Learn about the NRCS Cooperative Conservation Partnership Initiative

The only database of Cooperative Conservation Success Stories

CCA is a public forum for collecting and sharing the cooperative conservation stories, lessons, models, and achievements of all Americans. To add a cooperative conservation project fill out the online nomination form for sharing cooperative conservation project stories.

We received over 800 cooperative conservation stories. Thank you for sharing your Cooperative Conservation project stories!

Project listings that were entered on this site as of July 22, 2005, were included as cooperative conservation project listings in Faces and Places of Cooperative Conservation, a publication of the August 29-31, 2005, White House Conference on Cooperative Conservation.

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