November 7-8, 2018 Agriculture Progress Reports for Nutrient

November 7-8, 2018 Agriculture Progress Reports for Nutrient

November 7-8, 2018 Agriculture Progress Reports for Nutrient Strategies of the Jordan, Neuse & Tar-Pamlico Basins Jordan Lake Watersh ed TarPamlico River Basin Neuse River Basin

22 2 All 3 Nutrient Strategies Address: chlorophyll-a impairments point & nonpoint sources Goal: decrease nutrient loading, achieve chl-a standard Effective dates: Neuse (1998) Tar-Pamlico (2001) Jordan (2009)

3 Agriculture Nutrient Strategies Goals Nitrogen reduction Phosphorous reduction 30% - 30% no increase Haw

8% 5% Upper New Hope 35% 5% Lower New Hope no increase no increase (baseline) Neuse (1991-1995) Tar-Pamlico (1991)

Jordan (1997-2001) 4 Ag Stakeholder Involvement Collective compliance approach Basin/Watershed Oversight Committees (BOC / WOC) Assist with implementation Develop accounting tools Track & report progress Staffed by Division of Soil and Water Conservation Local Advisory Committees where needed (none in Jordan) 5 Oversight Committee Representation 6

DSWC Environmental community USDA Scientific community NRCS Agricultural community NC DA&CS General Farming NC CES Pasture-Based Livestock

DWR Equine where needed Cropland Nitrogen Accounting Nitrogen Loss Estimation Worksheet (NLEW) Estimates nitrogen loss from edge of field County Scale Annual data collection includes: o Fertilization rates o Crop types o Crop acreage o BMPs implemented 7 Neuse: Estimated Collective Nitrogen Loss Reductions

88 8 Tar-Pamlico: Estimated Collective Nitrogen Loss Reductions 99 9 10 10 10 Jordan: % of Cropland Acres Lower New Hope ; 1.95% Upper New Hope ; 4.01%

> 1 million acres ~ 78,000 in crops 11 11 11 Haw ; 94.03% Jordan: Estimated Nitrogen Loss Reductions from Cropland 35% 8% 12 12

12 Jordan: Pasture Accounting Percent N reduction from pastureland Acreage Livestock numbers Fertilization rates Volatilization BMPs / Livestock exclusion systems 5 year Ag Census Data used 2017 not available yet 2012 is most recent 2007 used as baseline 13 Jordan: 2012 Estimated Nitrogen Loss Reductions from Pasture

35% 8% 14 14 14 Phosphorus Accounting Method Jordan and Tar-Pamlico only Qualitative indicators that characterize change in phosphorous related land use and management. ag land

15 converted cropland conserved land buffers crops acres of water treated scavenger crops animal waste soil P Tar-Pamlico: 2017 Phosphorus Loss Tracking Parameter

16 16 16 P Loss Risk +/- Agri cul tural l a nd - Cropl and convers i on (to gra s s & trees ) - CRP / WRP (cumul a tive) -

Cons erva tio n Ti l l age (cumul ative) - Vegeta ted buffe rs (cumul a tive) - Wa ter control s tructures (cumul ative) - Sca venger crop - Ani mal wa s te P

+ Soi l tes t P medi a n + Jordan: 2017 Phosphorus Loss Tracking Parameter 17 17 17 P Loss Risk +/- Cropl a nd -

Cropl a nd convers i on (to gra s s & trees ) - Cons erva tio n til l a ge - Vegeta ted buffe rs (cumul a tive) + Toba cco a cres - Sca venger crop

- Ani ma l wa s te P - Soi l tes t P media n - Looking Forward Neuse and Tar-Pamlico - current rules - submit ag reports to EMC annually - rules readoption proposals submit ag reports to DEQ annually submit entire nutrient strategy reports for to EMC biennially Jordan - NC Policy Collaboratory report and models by Dec 31, 2020 - rule readoption begins by Dec 31, 2020

Statewide - loss of funding for staff and data collection 18 Jordan Lake Watersh ed TarPamlico River Basin Neuse River Basin 19 19

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