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Comprehensive Nutrient Management Plan (CNMP)

Plan Development Resources and References

Comprehensive NutrientPhoto of NRCS District Conservationist Rick Lange discussing a nutrient management plan with a local LCD employee. Management Plans (CNMPs) are conservation plans unique to livestock operations. These plans document practices and strategies adopted by livestock operations to address natural resource concerns related to soil erosion, livestock manure and disposal of organic by-products.

The development of a CNMP follows the National Planning Procedures Handbook (NPPH) 180-600H.

 

 

 

Presentations from CNMP Webinars (2016)

NRCS Conservation Policy (2/16) (PDF; 669 KB)
What is the Resource Concern (2/16) (PDF; 2008 KB)
Electronic Field Office Technical Guide (eFOTG) Section I, III and V (2/16) (PDF; 946 KB)
CPA-52 (2/16) (PDF; 1829 KB)
NRCS Practice Certification and Documentation (2/16) (PDF; 1873 KB)
New 590 Plan TSP (2/16) (PDF; 3431 KB)
TSP CNMP (2/16) (PDF; 1343 KB)
PNSAW Panel (2/16) (PDF; 11145 KB)

 Templates

Emergency Response (5/07)  (PDF; 53 KB)
Plan de Repuesta para Emergencias (Spanish Version) (6/07)  (PDF; 53 KB)

 

References

Tools for developing a CNMP in Wisconsin have moved to Wisconsin's eFOTG.
   Section I for Quality Assessment Tools and other useful material
   Section III for Planning Criteria.

Archived Agronomic Components for NMPs
Archived NRCS Engineering Standards and Specifications (Ag Waste Related)

 

Quality Assurance Documents

NMP Quality Assurance Review (QAR) Criteria for a WI Farm (10/08)  (DOC; 45 KB)
Summary of CNMP Engineering Quality Assurance (9/08)  (DOC; 43 KB)