Nearly two million acres of Minnesota farmland have been idled under federal Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) contracts. Starting in 1996, these 27,000 contracts will begin to expire. The contracts summarized in this report, those which expire between 1996 and 1998, account for nearly four-fifths of the total state enrollment (Tables 1 and 2, Map 1). This report is largely descriptive: analysis and interpretation of the data presented here are pretty much left to the reader. The first portion of the report provides state-wide CRP summaries. The same information at the county level is presented in Tables 9-15.