These Conservation Guidelines are designed to address the nonpoint source water pollution as identified in the 1972 Clean Water Act, as amended, on the private grazing lands and oak woodlands of Madera County. They integrate Best Management Practices (BMP); agronomic, forestry, wildlife, ecology, and economic principals; to protect, enhance, and manage the beneficial uses of the waters, and associated riparian area, of the County, while protecting the agriculture and forestry enterprises. They provide for cost-share conservation programs under the USDA 1996 Farm Bill to strengthen the land stewardship partnership between landowners, agencies, and groups, while protecting private property rights.
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9777 Road 33 1/2
Madera, CA 93638-8301
Phone: (408) 847-4171
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