Kansas NRCS can Provide Financial and Technical Assistance to Producers in Drought Areas

Drought recovery funding assistance is available through the Environmental Quality Incentives Program

(EQIP) Drought Initiative

Applications are currently being accepted at the Butler County NRCS Office - Cut-off period is August 24, 2018

Due to immediate need, applicants may apply for waivers to initiate necessary practices

before contracts are funded.

Contact Justin Kneisel, NRCS Supervisory District Conservationist, 316-320-3553 for more information.



Learn more about Butler County Conservation District (who we are and what we do).


At Butler County Conservation District, we provide local leadership by helping people with the conservation and protection of soil, water and other natural resources.