Technical Service Providers (TSPs) are individuals or businesses that have technical expertise in conservation planning and design for a variety of conservation activities.
Farmers, ranchers, private businesses, nonprofit organizations, and public agencies hire TSPs to provide these conservation services on behalf of the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). For example, TSPs write Conservation Activity Plans for farmers transitioning to organic production. Learn more
Register for a TSP Training!
Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Soil and Water Conservation Society Annual Conference
Reno, Nevada or online
- CAP 106 (Forestry) & CAP 142 (Fish & Wildlife Habitat)
- CAP 122 (Ag Energy Headquarters) & CAP 124 (Ag Energy Landscape)
- CAP 138 (Conservation Plan Supporting Organic Transition)
Registration is required and early bird registration ends on Tuesday, June 11, 2013. Participants can register for the full conference, an individual day, or a single webinar.
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TSP applicants aren't required to take these courses, but participation will help prospective TSPs understand the program and begin the application process.
This training is presented by the National TSP Team, in cooperation with the Soil and Water Conservation District.