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ILLINOIS Agriculture Waste Management Field Handbook - NOTICE 12

ILLINOIS Agriculture Waste Management Field Handbook - NOTICE 12

United States Department of Agriculture
Natural Resources Conservation Service

2118 W. Park Court, Champaign, IL 61821
Phone: 217/353-6600 Fax: 217/353-6676 Website:

DATE: September 2, 2008

SUBJECT:  National Engineering Handbook Part 651, Engineering Technical Materials

Purpose:  To announce digital availability of Illinois supplements to the Agricultural Waste Management Field Handbook

Expiration Date:  Upon receipt.

Explanation: This notice is to announce the availability of digitized Illinois supplements to the Agricultural Waste Management Field Handbook (AWMFH), along with the distribution notices for the supplements.

Some of the tabular data in the supplements have been enlarged for legibility, utilizing multiple pages where needed; however, content has not been changed.

The Illinois NRCS engineering website has been updated to include the new digital versions of the Illinois supplements at

Filing Instructions:

All holders of Agricultural Waste Management Field Handbook binders should:

1.Print out the attached table of contents and file at the beginning of the AWMFH, replacing the existing table of contents.
2.Review the table of contents to ensure that the binder is complete. Any supplements not currently in the binder should be downloaded, printed on green paper, and filed in the AWMFH according to the instructions in the AWMFH Notices, also available online.

Any questions regarding this submittal should be directed to Ruth Book, State Conservation Engineer at (217) 353-6626.


Ruth Book

State Conservation Engineer



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