Difference between revisions of "Water Quality Incentives Program"

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This program was authorized in the [[FACT Act of 1990]] and is administered by the [[Farm Service Agency]]. It was repealed and replaced by the [[Environmental Quality Incentives Program]] in the [[FAIR Act of 1996]]. It provided cost-share assistance to implement comprehensive water quality protection plans and was funded by earmarking a portion of the [[Agricultural Conservation Program]].  
 
This program was authorized in the [[FACT Act of 1990]] and is administered by the [[Farm Service Agency]]. It was repealed and replaced by the [[Environmental Quality Incentives Program]] in the [[FAIR Act of 1996]]. It provided cost-share assistance to implement comprehensive water quality protection plans and was funded by earmarking a portion of the [[Agricultural Conservation Program]].  
  
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Latest revision as of 15:57, 17 October 2019

This program was authorized in the FACT Act of 1990 and is administered by the Farm Service Agency. It was repealed and replaced by the Environmental Quality Incentives Program in the FAIR Act of 1996. It provided cost-share assistance to implement comprehensive water quality protection plans and was funded by earmarking a portion of the Agricultural Conservation Program.

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