Countywide Action Plan (CAP) Community Input and Solutions Survey
The Columbia County Conservation District needs your input to create a CAP that will include the needs and efforts of a diverse group of local participants to improve our local water quality and benefit our community. We all can take actions, small and large, to lighten the nutrient and sediment loads carried by streams and rivers in Pennsylvania’s share of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed.
We want to hear from YOU- our county residents, farmers, business owners, and municipalities across the watershed! This 6 question survey should take approximately 5 minutes to complete. Thank you for your input!
Select which category BEST fits where you live/work?
Check any pollutant source from your daily life, residence, or workplace?
Manure / Pet wastes
Livestock access to streams
Barnyard / Field runoff
Urban stormwater runoff
Lack of streamside vegetation
Faulty septic systems
List any environmental concerns/challenges on or around your property?
Have you implemented any solutions to the above environmental concerns/challenges? If yes, please specify
What solutions or projects do you propose to be included or addressed in the CAP?
Please mark your interest, if any, in participating with CAP development?
Attend kick-off and draft review meetings
Outreach to potential partners
Provide assistance and/or resources
Follow up call from the District
Would you, or do you know a landowner, that is willing to implement the following projects to help meet the CAP pollution reduction goals?
Farmland: Farmland preservation, Streamside fencing & stabilized crossings, No till, Cover crops, Pasture conversion, Precision ag, barnyard improvements, field diversions, grassed buffers, nutrient mgmt. plan development
Business/Industry: Green infrastructure, permitting and construction requirement assistance, regular PCSM inspections
Municipalities: DGLVR projects, permitting assistane for Chapter 102/105 projects, municipal ordinance updates, MS4 practices
Landowner w/ a stream: Riparian buffer plantings, streambank stabilization, wetland restoration, no mow zones, invasive species mgmt.
Residential: Better Backyards certification, native plantings, rain barrels, rain gardens, reduce fertilizer/chemical use, work with municipalities and CD to reduce runoff
Send me a copy of my responses.
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