Erosion Awareness and Air Quality Grant Funding Availability Workshop(CCVT)
Wild Horse Winery Barrel Room
1437 Wild Horse Winery Court Templeton, CA
This seminar will focus on erosion control awareness, with an emphasis on vineyard practices. In addition, representatives from the SLO Air Pollution Control District will be available to provide information about grant dollars available to farmers for air quality protection. CCVT has partnered with the PRWCA, the Upper Salinas-Las Tablas Resource Conservation District, the Coastal San Luis Resource Conservation District and the Central Coast Wine Growers' Association for this meeting.
Vineyard owners and managers will:
• Learn the requirements of the revised SLO County ag grading ordinance
• Learn what practices are allowed under ag grading and which require Alternative Review and/or a Grading Permit
• Gain awareness of situations and practices that may cause erosion
• Gain awareness of practices and techniques that can prevent erosion and control sedimentation
• Learn about appropriate practices before the erosion session starts this
• Learn about the general limitations which all grading activities (even exempt practices) must adhere to
Dr. Brent Hallock, Cal Poly
Susan Literal, USDA NRCS
Michael Conger, County of San Luis Obispo Dept. of Planning and Building
Vince Kirkhuff, SLO County Air Pollution Control District
Coffee and donuts will be served. This free event will run from 9am-12pm. Three hours of Ag Waiver continuing education credits have been applied for. RSVP here or call CCVT at (805) 369-2288.