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    3. Land Cover: NASS Satellite Vegetation Classification; 2000 growing season. West Point Township

    6. (p) high permeability - indicates high permeability (because the soil is in drained hydrologic group A) (w) high water table - indicates an apparent water table less than 12 inches (very poorly and poorly drained soils) (r ) shallow bedrock - indicates any type of bedrock less than 20 inches

    18. Linking Farms Geographic Information System (GIS) ~soil, elevation, vegetation, land cover, lakes, streams Locate fields suitable for manure application Link livestock operations to crop/grain operations. ~ crop/grain farmer interested in utilizing manure nutrients. ~ livestock farmer interested in spreading manure outside of own farm land. Assimilative capacity of the land based on particular crop uptake Amount of manure and nutrient content Proximity of farms and social impediments to spreading Participant input. ~ will this be a useful tool? ~ how can it be adjusted to improve accuracy? Birds eye view of the watershed. Contains maps about the areas natural features overlaid. 2. Examine information layers in order to identify the geographic location (on-ground location) of where fields exist that are suitable for manure application; given the natural resource layers we examine. 3. Cooperative effort between farmers that could be facilitated by the Columbia Co. Land and Water Conservation Dept. 4. Project analyzes acres for manure spreading in terms of assimilative capacity, proximity of farms to land, nutrient content of manure and amt. Birds eye view of the watershed. Contains maps about the areas natural features overlaid. 2. Examine information layers in order to identify the geographic location (on-ground location) of where fields exist that are suitable for manure application; given the natural resource layers we examine. 3. Cooperative effort between farmers that could be facilitated by the Columbia Co. Land and Water Conservation Dept. 4. Project analyzes acres for manure spreading in terms of assimilative capacity, proximity of farms to land, nutrient content of manure and amt.

    19. New NRCS 590 Nutrient Management spreading regulations 2008: