PIERCE COUNTY LAND CONSERVATION COMMITTEE MEETINGPierce County Land Conservation Committee Meeting Agenda Thursday, January 26, 2012 8:30 a.m. Pierce County Office Building, LL Meeting Room
Pierce County Land Conservation Committee Meeting Agenda Thursday, January 26, 2012 8:30 a.m. Pierce County Office Building, LL Meeting Room
412 West Kinne Street, Ellsworth, WI 54011 Public Comment: The Land Conservation Committee will receive public comments at this time on any
issue not on the regular agenda. Discussion by committee members may take place, but no action will be taken on any item raised. 1. Call to order 2. Adopt Agenda 3. Approve December 15, 2011 Meeting Minutes 4. Discuss/take action to approve 2011 Wildlife Damage Program Crop Prices 5. Discuss/take action to approve 2011 Wildlife Damage Program Claims 6. Discuss/Take Action on 2012 Cost Share Applications 7. Discuss/ Take Action on Travel/Training Requests 8. Department Updates: 1.Eau Galle and Trimbelle River Restoration Projects 2. Nutrient Management Plans Training Efforts 3.Farmland Preservation Plan Revision Update 4.DATCP Staff and Cost Share Funding for 2012 5. Mississippi River Basin Initiative Grant Application Update 9. NRCS Program Report: 1.EQIP Cost Share Funding 2.Conservation Stewardship Program Signup details 3.Farm Bill Program Conservation Compliance Report 10. UWEX Program Report:
1.Discuss Collaboration of Conservation Expectations with UWEX Renting Farm Assets Program 11. Discussion Regarding Future Agenda Items 12. Discuss Next Meeting Place, Date and Time 13. Adjournment
Questions regarding this agenda may be made to the Land Conservation Department at (715) 273-6763. Upon reasonable notice, efforts will be made to accommodate the needs of individuals with disabilities requiring special accommodations for attendance at the meeting. For additional information or to make a request contact the Administrative Coordinator at (715) 273-6851. Mission Statement The Pierce County Department of Land Conservation develops strategies, implements programs, and provides technical assistance to protect and enhance the soil and water resources of the county. A quorum of County Board Supervisors may be present.