King's Mark Resource Conservation & Development Project, Inc.
The Resource Conservation and Development Project, Inc Program seeks to promote community involvement and to find solutions to human, economic and environmental problems. It does this cooperatively with the assistance of the private sector, corporations and government.
RC&D areas are geographic regions throughout the country administered by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) through the Natural Resources Conservation Service. An RC&D Area is initially formed by a group of citizens called a council, a board of directors, or an executive committee, who submit an application for approval of the Chief of the Natural Resources Conservation Service. The program brings local people together to work toward common objectives to improve the overall quality of life for all residents.
Each RC&D area’s locally defined goals and objectives are contained in its Area Plan. These objectives address land management, water management, land conservation and community development.
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