USDA NRCS Invites Landowners To Take Survey On Why People Choose To Use Or Not Use Different Conservation Practices

July 8, 2024

The Conservation Practice Adoption Motivations Survey (CPAMS) is a joint project between the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) and the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) aimed at understanding why people choose to use or not use different conservation practices. There are four different conservation categories which are surveyed: crop practices, confined livestock practices, grazing practices, and forestry practices. Each category will have a questionnaire that has been designed to gather information specific to the practices involved in each category. Survey data will be used to guide the implementation of NRCS programs in the future.

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