Using EQIP to Improve Wildlife Habitat on Private Lands
Working lands conservation programs like the Environmental Quality Incentives Program can be powerful tools for farmers and landowners interested in restoring wildlife habitat. Learn more from Kelsey Fleming, a private lands biologist with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources, about how programs like EQIP can provide landowners with financial assistance for wildlife conservation on their farms.
Also hear about other technical and financial assistance opportunities available to farmers and landowners.
- Kelsey Fleming is a private lands biologist with the Iowa DNR who works with farmers and landowners to provide assistance planning and implementing wildlife habitat projects in southwest Iowa.
- Don Eyerly is a landowner from Madison County, IA. Don has experience using working lands conservation programs like the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP), as well as programs like the Conservation Reserve Program and Prairie Partners, to restore and improve wildlife habitat on his farm.