Agricultural Engineers at the Natural Resources Conservation Service provide engineering assistance working with landowners, groups and units of government to apply and maintain a variety of conservation practices. Agricultural engineers are responsible for providing technical guidance and the overall planning, design, installation and maintenance of the agricultural engineering phases of conservation activities. For detailed information about the Agricultural Engineer occupation, see the .
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