||Community Conservation Assistance Program
||Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Soil and Water Conservation
Nonpoint Source Programs
||The Community Conservation Assistance Program (CCAP) is designed to encourage the adoption of Best Management Practices (BMPs) to reduce the delivery of nonpoint source pollution into water courses of the state. The CCAP is a voluntary program which reimburses participants up to 75% of the cost of installing BMPs. The CCAP is administered through the 96 local soil and water conservation districts in the state.
||Owners and users of both public and private land with a documented water quality concern that can be addressed by an approved CCAP BMP.
|| Federal Amount not specified
|| Other Amount not specified
||July 1 -June 30, 2012-2013
|| nonpoint source pollution, sedimentation control, soil and water conservation, water pollution
||direct payments for specified use; technical information