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A TMDL is a regulation limiting the amount of pollutants that can be released into a water body. This TMDL required agricultural discharges to reduce the amount of substances such as silt and nutrients that leave their fields. TMDLs have a huge impact on Imperial Valley agriculture and why ICFB developed a voluntary compliance program to help ...

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TMDL | Imperial County Farm Bureau

The TMDL program is voluntary, however nearly all farmers in Imperial Valley participate in the program because it offers growers and landowners a straightforward path to compliance with the mandatory Irrigated Lands Program regulation implemented from the Regional Water Quality Control Board.

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Imperial Valley TMDL - Voluntary Compliance Program

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Imperial Valley Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL: Niland 2,

2008-5-1 · Imperial Valley Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL: Niland 2, P, and Pumice Drains INTRODUCTION The Imperial Valley drains are listed as impaired on the State of California’s Clean Water Act Section 303(d) List, in part, because sediment

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To Establish the Pumice Drains and Implementation Plan ...

2013-7-24 · D. Imperial Valley Drains Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL 1. TMDL ELEMENTS The Imperial Valley Drains Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL contains allocations that apply to three Imperial Valley drains (Niland 2, P, and Pumice) and their tributary drains (Vail 4A, Vail 4,

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Research, Extension and Outreach Projects - Imperial County

Imperial Valley drains and rivers are listed on the State’s 303(d) list. Sediment/silt TMDL has already been developed to reduce sediment load in Imperial Valley drains and rivers . The goal is to achieve 50% reduction in sediment load in drainage water.

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Staff Report in Support of a Basin Plan Amendment to

2008-5-1 · TMDL and Imperial Valley Drains TMDL). Inconsistencies in monitoring and reporting by responsible parties during the early phases of implementation of the Imperial Valley Sedimentation/Siltation TMDLs created delays in achieving implementation milestones. A considerable amount of staff time was

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Section 2. WATERSHED ACTIVITIES - California

2008-5-1 · Transboundary Watershed, and include Salton Sea, New River, Alamo River, Imperial Valley Drains, and Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel. Most pollutants scheduled for TMDL development and implementation are NPS pollutants from agricultural practices in Imperial Valley. The Regional Board adopted the Alamo River

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WATER QUALITY CONTROL PLAN

2008-10-8 · d. imperial valley drains sedimentation/siltation tmdl.....28 table d-1: imperial valley drains (niland 2, p, and pumice) sedimentation/siltation tmdl elements.....29 e. further implementation actions and regulations for all

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Links | website - Imperial County Farm Bureau

Imperial Valley Voluntary TMDL Compliance Program A voluntary solution to a mandatory regulation Join the Farm Bureau Become a member of Farm Bureau today! California Farm Bureau Federation Our state organization actively works with regulators, media and more to protect and promote agricultural interests throughout the state.

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Irrigation Management and Water Quality - Imperial County

Objectives: Design, implement, and evaluate educational and applied research programs in irrigation, water management, soil salinity, water quality, and Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) standards related to irrigated agriculture. Situation Statement: Approximately 3.0 million acre-feet of Colorado River water are used every year to irrigate more than 450,000 acres of lands in the Imperial Valley.

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IMP ER IA L I R R IGATIO N DISTRICT’S

2018-4-6 · Pathogen TMDL, the New River Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL, the Imperial Valley Drains Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL, the New River Trash TMDL, and the New River Oxygen TMDL. As a result of the Sedimentation/Siltation TMDLs, IID was required to revise the original DWQIP. In September 2003, IID revised the DWQIP. The purpose of the revised DWQIP ...

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Alfalfa Irrigation Practices and Salinity Management in ...

2008-9-18 · Management in the Imperial Valley TMDL-TAC meeting 4/24/02 Khaled M. Bali Irrigation/Water ManagementAdvisor Emall: tm slmucdnvis.edy http /kelmpenntucdavls.edu University of California Cooperative Extension-Imperial County R Average water use 6.5 ac-ft/ac per year Colorado River water. 1.0-1.1 dS/m (I dS/m-640 mg/L)

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Imperial County Farm Bureau – Imperial Irrigation District ...

2019-11-14 · Imperial Valley Agriculture. 456,262 farmable acres. 396 farms. Average Farm Size: 1,317 acres. Over 100 different commodities produced. Different soil types, different slopes, different crops, different farm practices and different farmers all contribute to the uniqueness of farming in Imperial Valley as well as to the success of our current silt and sediment TMDL program.

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Presented below are water quality standards that are in ...

2018-5-30 · b. alamo river sedimentation/siltation tmdl ..... 22 c. new river sedimentation/siltation tmdl ..... 26 d. imperial valley drains sedimentation/siltation tmdl ..... 29 e. further implementation actions and regulations for all imperial

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Imperial Valley Agriculture - Imperial County Farm Bureau

Imperial County is California’s number two producer of aquaculture, and is home to one of the largest catfish farms west of the Mississippi. Imperial County Farm Bureau is has been an integral part of Imperial Valley’s rich agricultural landscape for nearly 95 years. Imperial County is among the nation’s top sheep and lamb producing counties.

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Jurisdictional Runoff Management Program

2016-6-15 · The USEPA approved a sedimentation/siltation TMDL for the Imperial Valley Drains on September 30, 2005. Currently, chlordane, DDT, dieldrin, PCB, and toxaphenea TMDLs are in development for the Imperial Valley Drains. The Alamo River is on the 303(d) list for impairments for bacteria, mercury, PCBs, pesticides,

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4.9 HYDROLOGY/WATER QUALITY 4.9.1 Environmental

2011-10-31 · margin of safety. The TMDL must also include an analysis that shows links between loading reductions and the attainment of water quality objectives. The impaired water bodies listed on the 303(d) list for the Brawley Hydrologic Area include the Imperial Valley Drains (managed by the Imperial Irrigation District), New River, and the Salton Sea.

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gcccd.edu

2021-9-14 · have been spotted in the Imperial Valley. Over 70% of the state’s burrowing owls reside in Imperial County. There are . more owls per square mile. here than anywhere else in the United States, and possibly the world. The Imperial County TMDL program, administered by Imperial County Farm Bureau, has been recognized nationwide for its success

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Brawley 9.19.2013 - CAL-SPAN

2019-12-12 · Imperial Valley Drains Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL (September 30, 2005) Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel Bacterial Indicators TMDL (April 27, 2012) New River Dissolved Oxygen TMDL (November 16, 2012)

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Alfalfa Irrigation Practices and Salinity Management in ...

2008-9-18 · Management in the Imperial Valley TMDL-TAC meeting 4/24/02 Khaled M. Bali Irrigation/Water ManagementAdvisor Emall: tm slmucdnvis.edy http /kelmpenntucdavls.edu University of California Cooperative Extension-Imperial County R Average water use 6.5 ac-ft/ac per year Colorado River water. 1.0-1.1 dS/m (I dS/m-640 mg/L)

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Imperial County Farm Bureau – Imperial Irrigation District ...

2019-11-14 · Imperial Valley Agriculture. 456,262 farmable acres. 396 farms. Average Farm Size: 1,317 acres. Over 100 different commodities produced. Different soil types, different slopes, different crops, different farm practices and different farmers all contribute to the uniqueness of farming in Imperial Valley as well as to the success of our current silt and sediment TMDL program.

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Presented below are water quality standards that are in ...

2018-5-30 · b. alamo river sedimentation/siltation tmdl ..... 22 c. new river sedimentation/siltation tmdl ..... 26 d. imperial valley drains sedimentation/siltation tmdl ..... 29 e. further implementation actions and regulations for all imperial

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Chapter 6. Environmental Factors Affecting Project Viability

2015-5-21 · implemented in the Imperial Valley. A silt/sedimentation TMDL was implemented (in 2003) to control particulate runoff, and presumably phosphorus, along with various agricultural BMPs to control phosphorus. While these projects should have theoretically

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4.9 HYDROLOGY/WATER QUALITY 4.9.1 Environmental

2011-10-31 · margin of safety. The TMDL must also include an analysis that shows links between loading reductions and the attainment of water quality objectives. The impaired water bodies listed on the 303(d) list for the Brawley Hydrologic Area include the Imperial Valley Drains (managed by the Imperial Irrigation District), New River, and the Salton Sea.

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Desert Research and Extension Center

2018-3-19 · Al Kalin Grower in Brawley, Imperial County • Imperial County Farm Bureau, including TMDL Program (total maximum daily load) • Imperial County Air Pollution Control District Kay Pricola Imperial Valley Vegetable Growers Association, Executive Director • Imperial Valley Vegetable Growers Association • Organic growers

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gcccd.edu

2021-9-14 · have been spotted in the Imperial Valley. Over 70% of the state’s burrowing owls reside in Imperial County. There are . more owls per square mile. here than anywhere else in the United States, and possibly the world. The Imperial County TMDL program, administered by Imperial County Farm Bureau, has been recognized nationwide for its success

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Brawley 9.19.2013 - CAL-SPAN

2019-12-12 · Imperial Valley Drains Sedimentation/Siltation TMDL (September 30, 2005) Coachella Valley Stormwater Channel Bacterial Indicators TMDL (April 27, 2012) New River Dissolved Oxygen TMDL (November 16, 2012)

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Management Practices for Phosphorus and Sediment

2015-2-14 · Imperial Valley. II. MATERIALS AND METHODS. A. Phosphorous Load in Runoff Waters . Surface irrigation, by mainly of furrows or border checks, is the primary method for irrigation in the Imperial Valley, and is used on more than 90% of the cropped area. Drip irrigation is used on less than 5% of the cropped area and mostly on vegetable crops.

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Fast Facts about Imperial County - California

2011-12-19 · the international border), and State Route 78 (traverses Imperial County connecting San Diego to the Arizona border; the only east/ west highway alternative to I-8).28 The Colorado River is the only source of water for irrigation and domestic uses.29 About one third of Colorado River water that comes to the Imperial Valley ends up in the

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