Oklahoma Technical Resources
Welcome to the Technical Resources portion of the Oklahoma web site. Items
intended for the use of NRCS employees are being removed from the Oklahoma
website and placed on the Oklahoma SharePoint.
The following items have been moved to the SharePoint at Oklahoma >
Engineering > Technical Resources
- Oklahoma Standard Engineering Worksheets
- Oklahoma Standard Engineering Drawings
- Oklahoma Engineering Design Tools
- Oklahoma Construction Specifications (200 Series)
The following items are currently available, and may be viewed by selecting the
appropriate title located in the left border.
To assist in the planning and design of conservation practices, the following
worksheets and tools have been developed. They should only be
used by persons experienced in conservation planning activities.
The Oklahoma Field Office Technical Guide (FOTG) contains a vast array of
technical information to assist in the planning, design, installation, and
operation and maintenance of conservation practices. Also included in the
FOTG is natural resource information, standard and specifications.
GIS Technical Information, Resources, Tools, Models, Maps and Data:
- Instructions and downloads for Customer Service Toolkit (Toolkit2004)
- Oklahoma Rapid Watershed Assessment Maps
- 10 acre MIADS Landuse Tables
- National Resources Inventory (NRI) data
- Links to data downloads, interactive mappers, and others in
the GIS community
To assist in the development of written operation and maintenance plans, the
following guide sheets have been developed. These can be used as a
starting point in developing a site specific operation and maintenance plan.
The key to extending the life of any conservation practice is with a fully
implemented operation and maintenance plan.
This item includes all the soils reports for each county, listed in a county
To assist in the planning and design of conservation practices, many manuals
and handbooks have been converted to electronic format. These documents
include both national versions and Oklahoma supplements.