R2 Dairy Nutrient Budgeting Workshop
Marin County Farm Bureau
520 Mesa Rd
Point Reyes Station, ca
Contact: Denise Mullinax, 209-585-6744 or mullinax@cdrf.org
Sponsor: CDQAP
Details:

CDQAP

The California Dairy Quality Assurance Program (CDQAP) will host TWO free educational workshops to assist dairy producers in the San Francisco Bay Regional Water Quality Control Board area (RB2).

These free "one-stop-shopping" workshops provide an opportunity for producers to complete their Nutrient Management Plan and Annual Report  due November 30. The workshops will also include updates on surface water monitoring, sustainable groundwater management progress, and other industry issues.

Dairy producers wanting to complete as much of their Annual Report as possible will need to bring:

  • CDQAP Water Quality Binder
  • Lagoon photos
  • Monitoring records
  • APNs for any newly leased/purchased property
  • Photos of any new BMP’s/ infastructure-improvement
  • Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan if available

 

Workshops are always free and do not require RSVP.

 

 

These California Dairy Quality Assurance Program

workshops are made possible by the

California Dairy Research Foundation.

The California Dairy Quality Assurance Program’s (CDQAP) environmental stewardship module is a partnership of the dairy industry, educators, and government working together toward a single, shared goal: helping California dairy producers understand and comply with federal, state, and local laws and regulations. CDQAP partners include:

California Dairy Campaign • California Department of Fish and Wildlife • California Department of Food and Agriculture

California Environmental Protection Agency • California Farm Bureau Federation • California Milk Advisory Board

California Dairy Research Foundation • California Resources Agency • Milk Producers Council

State Water Resources Control Board • Sustainable Conservation • U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

U.S. Department of Agriculture, Natural Resources Conservation Service

University of California Cooperative Extension • Western United Dairymen