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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

The National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is a law that was passed by Congress in 1969 and signed into law on January 1, 1970. Since that signing, NEPA has changed the way the U.S. Government does business. NEPA has made Federal agencies accountable to the public for the environmental impacts of their actions.  NRCS staff in Wisconsin are committed to ensuring NEPA requirements are met.

NEPA Handbook, Policy, and Forms

Cultural Resources

Endangered Resources -  Wisconsin Dept. of Natural Resources (General Information) 

Threatened and Endangered Species No/low Impact Activities

NRCS Broad Incidental Take Permit/Authorizations – (pdf, See Section D beginning on p. 6 of 20)

 

Wisconsin NEPA Contact:  Steve Bertjens, 608-662-4422 x 267