Agricultural Conservation Planning framework
In order to address nonpoint pollution more effectively, the Agricultural Conservation Planning Framework (ACPF) is being used in the Caesar Creek lake region. ACPF uses high-resolution geo-spatial data to identify site-specific opportunities to install management practices across small watersheds. Its main priority is to inform and engage local producers in agricultural conservation by improving soil and water health. With this technology watershed projects can go from demonstration to implementation by identifying priority areas for specific management practices.
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