Palouse-Rock Lake Conservation District
The WA Dept. of Ecology provides competitive grant dollars for direct-seeding for which PRLCD competes state wide to bring these dollars to our producers. These funds are intended to assist producers with costs incurred in transitioning from conventional farm practices to a no-till system. In doing this, DoE hopes to spread the word about the benefits of direct-seed systems. Learn more about direct-seed systems on our "Conserve" page!
In addition to DoE funding, PRLCD is a partner in the Regional Conservation Partnership Program. RCPP is a regional cost-sharing program, managed by the Palouse Conservation District, intended to implement a wide variety of conservation practices, including direct-seed, riparian buffers, commodity buffers and more.
Get Paid to Direct-Seed!
Just like it says! Get paid to implement direct-seed on your property or a property you farm. We currently have two direct-seed funding sources-- Dept. of Ecology and the Regional Conservation Partnership Program. Each has different parameters for eligibility so of course there are particulars, the most important ones we can help you sort through just by clicking the SIGN UP button below and filling out the form!