Help available to address air quality concerns

By The Tri-City HeraldMay 13, 2014 

Agricultural producers, private nonindustrial forest landowners and range and pasture land managers in Benton County have a little more time to apply for help addressing serious air quality concerns through a U.S. Department of Agriculture program.

The application deadline for the Air Quality Initiative through the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service has been extended to May 23.

Financial and technical assistance is available through the program. For details, go to www.wa.nrcs.usda.gov. Agricultural producers, private non-industrial forest landowners and range and pasture land managers in Benton County have a little more time to apply for help addressing serious air quality concerns through a U.S. Department of Agriculture program.

The application deadline for the Air Quality Initiative through the USDA's Natural Resources Conservation Service has been extended to May 23.

Financial and technical assistance is available through the program. For details, go to www.wa.nrcs.usda.gov

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