State Technical Committee in Alabama
What is the State Technical Committee?
The State Technical Committee provides advice on a wide variety of policy issues to the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) and other USDA agencies.
Alabama State Technical Committee Members
The committee is chaired by the Alabama NRCS State Conservationist and is composed of representatives of Federal and State natural resource agencies, Tribal leaders, agricultural and environmental organizations, and agricultural producers.
Meetings in Alabama
There will be a meeting of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) State Technical Committee is planned for August 20, 2014, in the Alabama NRCS State Office, beginning at 10 a.m. in the Conference Room (3381 Skyway Drive, Auburn, AL 334-887-4533). Draft agenda (docx, 43 kb).
Revision of the Nutrient Management Standard
NRCS is currently revising the Nutrient Management Conservation Practice Standard - Code 590 and is accepting comments and suggestions.
Specialized subcommittees composed of State Technical Committee members may be needed to analyze and refine specific issues. The State Conservationist may assemble certain committee members, including members of Local Working Groups and other experts to discuss, examine, and focus on a particular technical or programmatic topic.
When the need arises for a subcommittee action, members are contacted for assistance. Members can complete the Alabama State Technical Committee Questionnaire below to indicate their area of interests.
Return the completed questionnaire to Shannon Weaver, ASTC-Technology at USDA-NRCS, P.O. Box 311, Auburn, Alabama, or fax to 334-887-4552.
These documents may require Adobe Reader or Microsoft Word. If you have problems opening a document, please contact Fay.Garner@al.usda.gov, 334-887-4506.
HTML-Questionnaire in Text Only
PDF-Questionnaire (12 KB)
Word-Questionnaire (58 KB)
Other Information (All will open in a new window.)
For more information about the Alabama State Technical Committee or information on this site, contact:
Shannon Weaver, ASTC-Technology, 334-887-4533