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State Executive Director
Jeffrey A. Holmes
Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) was found in Concord, NH in March 2013. This non-native insect attacks only ash trees. Millions of ash trees have died in the Midwest. Visit the website NHBugs.org for more information on EAB and to find out how to help protect New Hampshire’s ash trees.
Filing an accurate and timely report for all crops and land uses, including prevented planting and failed acreage, can prevent loss of benefits for FSA programs. Each producer who expects to receive benefits under an FSA program is responsible for complying with every provision of that program, including:
View or Download the Acreage Reporting Brochure. (PDF 208 KB)
Contact your local FSA office to schedule an appointment to report your acreage, for additional information about Acreage Reports, or for information regarding other FSA programs.
FSA's new loan program
A harvest bouquet from the Lancaster USDA Service Center’s People’s Garden. The Service Center also participated in the Feds Feed Families campaign this summer and donated over 97 pounds of fresh vegetables to their local Food Bank. Read more… PDF 174 KB
J C Cleveland Federal Building
53 Pleasant St, Room 1601
Concord, NH 03301
Rebecca Davis, Farm Loan Manager