CREP Information and EducationThe content below is intended for informational and educational purposes. The following documents are in a printable format.
Technical Question & Answer
Information and Education
- CREP Fact Sheet
- CREP Priority Watershed map
- CREP Payment Breakdown and Examples
- NRCS Program Sheets
- FSA CREP Fact Sheet
- FSA CREP - Question and Answers
Agreements and Documents
The first step to enrolling in the Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) program is to contact the local Farm Service Agency (FSA), Conservation District, or CREP Technician. FSA will be able to determine producer and cropland eligibility. All of the forms necessary to enroll in the program will be available at the FSA office.
- CREP Agreement / Addendum Agreement
- MDNR and MDA Memorandum of Understanding
- MDEQ and MDA Memorandum of Understanding
The program sheets were created by NRCS (Natural Resource Conservation Service) to summarize the conservation practices eligible for CREP. Included in the program sheets are a brief description of the practice, eligibility requirements, installation requirements, management considerations, and maintenance requirements.