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BMP Project Status and Overview. Tom Simpson, UMD Sarah Weammert, UMD [email protected] 301-405-1215. Process. Scientific Literature Search Interview/Survey Development of Practice Definition and Efficiency Review Demonstration and Field Tours Documentation and Reporting.

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Bmp project status and overview

BMP Project Statusand Overview

Tom Simpson, UMD

Sarah Weammert, UMD

[email protected]

301-405-1215


Process
Process

  • Scientific Literature Search

  • Interview/Survey

  • Development of Practice Definition and Efficiency

  • Review

  • Demonstration and Field Tours

  • Documentation and Reporting


Year one practices

Agricultural BMPs

Riparian Forest Buffers (and grass)

Wetland Restoration

Conservation Tillage

Conservation Plans

Cover Crops, late planting

Commodity cover crops, late planting

Off stream watering w/ fencing

Off stream watering w/out fencing

Off stream watering & rotation grazing

Urban and Mixed Open BMPs

Wet ponds and wetlands

Dry detention ponds & hydrodynamic structures

Dry extended detention ponds

Urban stream restoration

Urban E & S control

Other BMPs

Forest Harvesting Practices

Wetland Creation

Year One Practices


Year two practices
Year Two Practices

Agricultural BMPs

  • Enhanced Nutrient Management

  • Cover crops, early planting

  • Commodity cover crops, early planting

  • Precision agriculture

  • Dairy precision feeding and/or forage management

  • Ammonia emissions reduction

  • Precision or intensive rotation grazing

  • Horse pasture management

  • Mortality composters

    Urban and Mixed Open BMPs

  • Non-urban stream restoration

  • Dirt & gravel road erosion & sediment control

  • Infiltration and Filtration Practices (added10/18/06)


Must focus on year one practices now but where similar practices occur in year two, will ask scientists to review/develop definitions and reduction efficiencies for all related practices within their expertise. For instance, all cover crops practices will be done at the same time.


Phase One: practices occur in year two, will ask scientists to review/develop definitions and reduction efficiencies for all related practices within their expertise. For instance, all cover crops practices will be done at the same time.Revision of Selected Existing BMPs


Phases 2 & 3: Development of peer reviewed definitions practices occur in year two, will ask scientists to review/develop definitions and reduction efficiencies for all related practices within their expertise. For instance, all cover crops practices will be done at the same time.

and efficiencies for new practices in Scope of Work


Phase Four: practices occur in year two, will ask scientists to review/develop definitions and reduction efficiencies for all related practices within their expertise. For instance, all cover crops practices will be done at the same time.Documentation, Reporting and Dissemination

of New and Revised BMP Definitions and Efficiencies.


Decision requested
DECISION REQUESTED practices occur in year two, will ask scientists to review/develop definitions and reduction efficiencies for all related practices within their expertise. For instance, all cover crops practices will be done at the same time.

Request the Water Quality Steering Committee to:

support the project plan and activities

encourage jurisdictional representatives to

provide data and program information related to practices to project staff

Solicit NSC, TSWG, and source area workgroup member support and timely assistance in review

of practice definitions and efficiencies.


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