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  Conservation Effects Assessment Project FAQs

Why is CEAP important?

Federal funding supports conservation programs and practices on private lands in the United States, such as the Agricultural Water Enhancement Program and the Environmental Quality Incentives Program. The information from the 2013 National Resources Inventory-Conservation Effects Assessment Project will provide the farming community, the general public, legislators, and others involved in environmental policy, with a current accounting of the environmental impacts of conservation practices in the Sacramento River Watershed, San Joaquin River Watershed, and the Tulare Lake Basin Watershed.











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