ADAMS COUNTY PLANNING AND ZONING: LMI-Tri-Lakes Nutrient Mgmt. Plan

Purpose

Adams County proposes to develop nutrient management plans for 4,470 acres of crop land within the Tri-Lakes Watershed. Major project elements to include: a) outreach to landowners, b) development of nutrient management plans, c) weekly water sampling, d) water quality analysis, and e) cost share payments. Amended 1/22/15 to include installation of wind breaks, filter streps, residue and tillage management, and planting cover crops.

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LPT-462-14
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Adams County proposes to develop nutrient management plans for 4,470 acres of crop land within the Tri-Lakes Watershed. Major project elements to include: a) outreach to landowners, b) development of nutrient management plans, c) weekly water sampling, d) water quality analysis, and e) cost share payments. Amended 1/22/15 to include installation of wind breaks, filter streps, residue and tillage management, and planting cover crops.
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Adams County proposes to develop nutrient management plans for 4,470 acres of crop land within the Tri-Lakes Watershed. Major project elements to include: a) outreach to landowners, b) development of nutrient management plans, c) weekly water sampling, d) water quality analysis, and e) cost share payments.
 
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