Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP)

The Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) is a part of the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) the country's largest private-land conservation program. Administered by the Farm Service Agency (FSA) CREP targets specific State or nationally significant conservation concerns, and federal funds are supplemented with non-federal funds to address those concerns. In exchange for removing environmentally sensitive land from production and establishing permanent resource conserving plant species, farmers and ranchers are paid an annual rental rate along with other federal and non-federal incentives as applicable per each CREP agreement. Participation is voluntary, and the contract period is typically 10-15 years.

CREP Training Materials

The following videos and documents (Adobe PDFs) are training materials covering the CREP Prograrm. The video is broken down into two parts, and documents and slides are sectioned with the appropriate video section.
Training Meeting Agenda

Section 1

Section 1 Documents

Section 2

Section 2 Documents