Cost-share agreement

Cost-share agreement means a financial assistance document that specifies the rights and obligations of any participant accepted into the program. A WHIP cost-share agreement is a binding agreement for the transfer of assistance from the Department of Agriculture (USDA) to the participant to share in the costs of applying conservation activities.


7 CFR § 636.3

Scoping language

The following definitions will apply to this part, and all documents issued in accordance with this part, unless specified otherwise:

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