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CREP for Producers

Producer

Does My State Have an Active CREP Agreement in Place?

CREP Project Areas

How Do I Enroll in CREP?

Producers interested in enrolling in an active CREP should contact their local USDA Service Center. Offers are accepted on a continuous basis.

Your local FSA office will determine if basic land and producer eligibility requirements for CRP, plus the additional requirements specified in the CREP agreement, are met.

Why Should I Enroll in CREP?

By enrolling in CREP, farmers and ranchers are re-establishing valuable land cover to help improve water quality, prevent soil erosion, reduce loss of wildlife habitat, and address other objectives identified in the CREP agreement.

While enrolled in CREP, farmers and ranchers receive an annual rental payment for the contract period and may be eligible for additional incentives. FSA also provides cost share assistance to help offset the costs associated with installing the conservation practices.

For additional information about the program, including rental payment information, eligibility and maintenance criteria, and land requirements, contact your local USDA Service Center.

Fact Sheets

CREP Fact Sheet

Colorado

Delaware

Idaho

Illinois

  • Illinois and Kaskaskia River

Indiana

Iowa

Kansas

Louisiana

  • Lower Ouachita River

Maryland

Michigan

  • Michigan CREP

Mississippi

Montana

Nebraska

New Jersey

  • New Jersey CREP

New York

North Carolina

North Dakota

Ohio

  • Scioto River
  • Lake Erie

Oregon

  • Oregon CREP

Pennsylvania

South Dakota

Vermont

Virginia

Washington

  • Washington CREP

West Virginia

Wisconsin