The use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) in agriculture is vital for preventing stagnation in the dissemination, utilization, and application of scientific, agricultural, resource, and environmental information for purposeful development. For farmers to reap the benefits of ICT, they must not only have access, but they must also have the capacity to use devices effectively and in productive ways. In spite of the potential benefits of ICT in accessing resources, market and environmental information, very little is known about the factors that affect access and use of ICTs as well as the effect on environmental management and resources among crop farmers. The study was carried out to assess the effect of access to and use of Information Communication Technology (ICT) on environmental management and resource use among crop farmers in Kogi State, Nigeria. A multistage and stratified sampling technique was used to select a total of 504 respondents for the study. Descriptive and inductive statistics were used for data analysis.