COLUMBIA COUNTY: Hellenbrand-Healy Projects

Purpose

to cost-share installation of manure management systems to prevent contamination from agricultural runoff containing nutrients, bacteria and other pathogenic organisms and to address violations of the NR 151 Agricultural Performance Standards and Prohibitions relating to: manure storage facilities-new/significant alterations, manure storage facilities-closure, process waste handling, nutrient management, prevention of overflow from manure storage facilities, and prevention of direct runoff from a feedlot or stored manure into waters of the state, per the TRM Grant Program Small-Scale Agricultural Application titled Hellenbrand-Mack Road and submitted in 2013. Under consideration for this site is installing a roof over existing concrete feedlot. Roof construction included as a possible BMP, but the $35,000 cost not included in budget. Amendment #1: the county asked to substitute (add) a portion of the Healy 2011 grant.

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NPS Grant
Targeted Runoff - Rural Construction
LW19-11000-14A
2014
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Reports and Documents
Complete application with all attachments.
 
Activities & Recommendations
Grant Awarded
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin´┐Żs waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Specifically, the grantee will cost-share installation of manure management systems to prevent contamination from agricultural runoff containing nutrients, bacteria and other pathogenic organisms and to address violations of the NR 151 Agricultural Performance Standards and Prohibitions relating to: manure storage facilities-new/significant alterations, manure storage facilities-closure, process waste handling, nutrient management, prevention of overflow from manure storage facilities, and prevention of direct runoff from a feedlot or stored manure.
Runoff Grant - Targeted Runoff Rural
Best Management Practices, Implement
This project is an installation of nonpoint source best management practices to contribute to the restoration of Wisconsin?s waters and was funded by the 319 grant. Specifically, the grantee will cost-share installation of manure management systems to prevent contamination from agricultural runoff containing nutrients, bacteria and other pathogenic organisms and to address violations of the NR 151 Agricultural Performance Standards and Prohibitions relating to: manure storage facilities-new/significant alterations, manure storage facilities-closure, process waste handling, nutrient management, prevention of overflow from manure storage facilities, and prevention of direct runoff from a feedlot or stored manure.
 
Watershed