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Conservation Activity Plan (CAP)

A Conservation Activity Plan or CAP can be developed for producers to identify conservation practices needed to address a specific natural resource need. Typically, these plans are specific to certain kinds of land use such as transitioning to organic operations; grazing land and forest land.

A CAP can also address a specific resource need, such nutrient management or an air quality concern. With a CAP plan, producers can then apply for financial assistance to implement the needed conservation practices.

Georgia will offer the following CAP plans;

  • CAP 102 Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan (CNMP) Plan Criteria
  • CAP 104 Nutrient Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 106 Forest Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 106 Guide for Foresters Joint Management Plan Template
  • CAP 106 Guide for Landowners Joint Management Plan Template
  • CAP 106 Managing Your Woodlands Natl ATFS FS NRCS Joint Mgt Plant Template
  • CAP 106 Managing Your Woodlands Natl ATFS FS NRCS Joint Mgt Plant Template
  • CAP 108 Feed Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 110 Grazing Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 112 Prescribed Burning Plan Development Criteria
  • CAP 114 Integrated Pest Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 114 Integrated Pest Management Template
  • CAP 118 Irrigation Water Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 122 AgEMP-Headquarters Plan Criteria
  • CAP 124 AgEMP-Landscape Plan Criteria
  • CAP 130 Drainage Water Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 134 Transition from Irrigation to Dryland Farming Plan Template
  • CAP 138 Conservation Plan Supporting Organic Transition Plan Criteria
  • CAP 138 Organic Transition – Cropland Plan Template
  • CAP 138 Organic Transition – Grazing Plan Template
  • CAP 142 Fish and Wildlife Habitat Management Plan Criteria
  • CAP 146 Pollinator Habitat Enhancement Plan Criteria
  • CAP 154 IPM Herbicide Resistance Weed Conservation Plan Template

For more information on CAP please visit our National CAP web site.