Publications and Resources


2015 ANNUAL REPORT
APPROVED SOIL TESTNG LABORATORIES
BROCHURES
BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES BOOKLETS
CONCENTRATED ANIMAL FEEDING OPERATIONS (CAFOs)/NPDES PERMITTING
CERTIFICATION AND EDUCATION FORMS
NUTRIENT MANAGEMENT PLANNING
RELOCATION PROGRAM



2015 ANNUAL REPORT

The annual report fulfills the reporting requirements to the Governor and the General Assembly. Additional information is included that represents measurable results and accountability for nutrient handlers. They include updates about topics such as research and demonstration, permits for certain farms, poultry company agreement, phosphorus management, program budget, internal audits, and environmental stewardship and complaint resolutions. The annual report includes information about the Delaware Nutrient Management Commission's activities and reviews ongoing efforts to improve water quality. The 1999 Nutrient Management Law (3 Del. C. §2200 et al.) requires the Commission to annually report on nutrient management training activities, best management practices implemented, the number of acres under nutrient management plans and critical areas that will be targeted for actions.

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BROCHURES

The following brochures identify rules and regulations of the Nutrient Management Program. If you have any questions in reference to the content of the brochures or about the program please contact us.

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BEST MANAGEMENT PRACTICES (BMP's) BOOKLET

The Delaware Nutrient Management Commission is charged to establish and encourage implementation of Best Management Practices (BMP) booklets in generation, handling or land application of nutrients to protect water quality while maintaining agricultural profitability.

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CERTIFICATION AND EDUCATION FORMS

The following forms are unique to the Nutrient Management Certification Program. If you have any questions about the form, the Nutrient Management Certification Program or continuing education please contact the University of Delaware's Cooperative Extension office at (302) 730-4000 or contact us.

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PLANNING PROGRAM (NMP)

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RELOCATION PROGRAM

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