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Fall 2002, Volume 6, Issue 2 - Yolo County Resource Conservation ...

Fall 2002, Volume 6, Issue 2 - Yolo County Resource Conservation ...

Fall 2002, Volume 6, Issue 2 - Yolo County Resource Conservation

YOLO COUNTYSERVICE CENTERQuarterlyFall 2002 Volume 6, Issue 2OctoberPublished by the Yolo County Resource Conservation District, the Natural ResourcesConservation Service, and the Farm Service Agency.Important Dates1- 2002 and 2003 DCP SignupBegins9- RCD Board MeetingNovember13- RCD Board Meeting21- Cache Creek WatershedStakeholders Group Meeting23- First RCD Field Meeting of 2002-2003 seriesDecember1- NAP 2003 Application ClosingDate for Onions and Honey11- RCD Board Meeting15- NAP 2003 Application ClosingDate for Almonds, Apples,Apricots, Asparagus, Avocados,Caneberries, Cherries, Grapes,Kiwi, Mint, Nectarines, Olives,Peach, Pears, Persimmon,Pistachios, Plums, Pomegranate,Rye Grain, Strawberries, WalnutsContinuous SignupEQIP, 2000 AMLAP, CRP(High Priority Area)Yolo County ResourceConservation DistrictA New Farm Bill--Whew!The past six months have been filled with intense activity around thedevelopment and shaping of the new Farm Bill. Significant changeswere made in the conservation provisions and farm program structure.Some new programs such as the Grasslands Conservation Programand increases in funding for all USDA Conservation Programs will makeit possible for more growers to participate and keep the local USDAstaff on their toes administering the new contracts. A new system ofcounter cyclical payments based on market prices will bring muchneeded stability to farmers and ranchers.This newsletter brings you some of the latest news in farm billdevelopments as they affect the programs that you participate in.Please contact us if you need more information. We look forward toworking with you through the coming months.Marianne Morton (FSA), Phil Hogan (NRCS), and Paul Robins (RCD)Field Meetings Begin in NovemberThe Yolo County RCD, in association with NRCS, Audubon California,FARMS, and other cooperators will coordinate a series of hands-onworkshops from November 2002 through May 2003. Designed forfarmers, ranchers, landowners, agency personnel, and other interestedindividuals, these field meetings are free and open to the public.The “season opener” is geared toward small landowners who wouldlike to find out what types of conservation practices they can utilize ontheir land. This meeting will take place at a property located betweenWoodland and Davis. Despite relatively small acreage, the landownerhas utilized a number of conservation practices, including nativevegetation plantings, streambank stabilization, and installation of birdboxes. This has also served as an outdoor classroom for studentslearning about conservation practices. This meeting will be 9:00-11:00AM Saturday November 23.Except for the first meeting, the field meetings will be held from 9:00-11:00 AM on the third Wednesday of the month. Other topics to becovered this season include planting and maintaining a hedgerow,construction of sediment traps, reshaping and revegetating roadsides,cover crops, and rangeland issues.Watch your mailbox for a complete field meeting schedule. If youwould like to be added to the field meeting mailing list, contact SusanMcCloud at the RCD at (530) 662-2037 ext. 119.

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