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15-16-18 Mile Creek - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

15-16-18 Mile Creek - Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority

APPENDIX A Land

APPENDIX A Land Management Issues and Agricultural Best Management Practices Please complete the following survey and return in the self-addressed, stamped envelope. “The Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority collects and uses your personal information pursuant to Section 29(2) of the Municipal Freedom of Information Act 1991, and under the legal authority of the Conservation authorities Act R.S.O. 1990 as amended.” Questions regarding the policy or its administration should be directed to: Niagara Peninsula Conservation Authority, 250 Thorold Rd. W., 3rd Floor, Welland, ON L3C 2W3, Attn. Privacy Officer. Background Information 1. Please indicate the municipality in which you live. q Fort Erie q Niagara Falls q Niagara-on-the-Lake q Thorold q Welland q 2. Please indicate, based on the map provided, the watershed in which you live. q Fort Erie Creeks q Niagara-on-the-Lake q South Niagara Falls 3. Please indicate the title that best describes your situation. q Non-farm Landowner q Landowner / Farm Operator q Absentee Landowner q Tenant Farm Operator q Landowner / Farm Operator / Tenant Farm Operator q Other (specify): 4. How much agricultural land do you currently own in the watershed? 5. How much agricultural land do you currently rent in the watershed? 6. How much land do you have in production? and/or how many livestock do you have? 7. What type of agricultural commodity(s) do you produce? 8. Are you a member of any agricultural associations? q Yes q No If yes, please specify the name of the organization(s): 9. Do you make land management decisions for property that borders a stream or creek? q Yes q No q Not Sure 10. What is the source of your drinking water (e.g., water well, cistern)? 11. Do you rely on a septic system for wastewater treatment? q Yes q No

Land Management Issues and Concerns APPENDIX A 12. Please rank your top three concerns related to your land. A rank of 1 would represent your most important concern, a rank of 2 would represent your next most important concern, and a rank of 3 would represent the least of your top three most important concerns. First Concern: Second Concern: Third Concern: 13. Please estimate how much of a problem you think each of the following issues will be in the next 5 to 10 years.

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