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BCAP Project Areas Listing

 

 
BCAP Project Area proposals are added to this table when announced and approved. For more information on each project area and to determine if you are in an eligible county, please view the project area fact sheet. Contact your local FSA office for more information.

 
Visit the USDA Energy Investment Map to view current project area payment activity at the map site: http://www.usda.gov/energy/maps/maps/investment.htm

 

 
Project Area
Location
Feedstock
39 counties in Kansas and Missouri
The project will support the establishment of mixtures of perennial native grasses and forbs, such as Switchgrass, Big Bluestem, Illinois Bundleflower and Purple Prairie Clover. Additionally, the project will allow enrollment of existing suitable stands of native grasses, legumes and forbs; existing native grass stands can be located on expired Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) fields.

 
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8 counties in Arkansas
This project will support production of the perennial miscanthus giganteus (Giant Miscanthus) for energy biomass. Only the planting of rhizomes of the “Illinois Clone” a sterile cultivar of Giant Miscanthus is authorized for this project area.
9 counties in Missouri
This project will support production of the perennial miscanthus giganteus (Giant Miscanthus) for energy biomass. Only the planting of rhizomes of the “Illinois Clone” a sterile cultivar of Giant Miscanthus is authorized for this project area.
7 counties in Missouri
This project will support production of the perennial miscanthus giganteus (Giant Miscanthus) for energy biomass. Only the planting of rhizomes of the “Illinois Clone” a sterile cultivar of Giant Miscanthus is authorized for this project area.
4 counties in Ohio; 3 counties in Pennsylvania
This project will support production of the perennial miscanthus giganteus (Giant Miscanthus) for energy biomass. Only the planting of rhizomes of the “Illinois Clone” a sterile cultivar of Giant Miscanthus is authorized for this project area.
5 counties in Oregon; 1 county in Washington
Camelina
5 counties in Kansas; 1 county in Oklahoma
Perennial native grasses and forbs, such as Switchgrass, Big Bluestem, Illinois Bundleflower and Purple Prairie Clover
17 counties in California; 17 counties in the Washington; and 56 counties in Montana.
Camelina

 

 
1 county in Oregon

 

 
Hybrid Poplar trees

 
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9 counties in northern New York

 

 
Shrub Willow

 
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11 counties in North Carolina

 

 
Switch grass and Freedom Giant Miscanthus

 

 

 

 
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