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Manure Management & CAFO Permit Workshop - Waterville

Event Details


December 6, 2022


11am - 2pm


Waterville American Legion (Clifford J. Fulmer Post 92)
8083 Route 20
Waterville, NY 13480


Registration : $15.00

(addl attendee $15.00 ea.)


Central New York Dairy and Field Crops

Erik Smith

The Waterville American Legion is located 1 mile east of Sangerfield, on the corner of Route 20 and McCabe Rd.

Lunch included.  Registration will closed on Monday, November 28 or when the registration limit of 40 people is reached.

2.0 CCA credits available (1.0 Nutrient Mgmt, 1.0 Soil and Water Mgmt.)
This event will count as a DEC-approved manure applicator training for CAFO permitees.

CAFO General Permit (ECL SPDES GP-0-22-001)

Topics include: 

  • CAFO general permit requirements (ECL SPDES GP-0-22-001)
  • Maximizing manure management during peak fertilizer prices

Presented by:

Kirsten Workman (Nutrient Management & Environmental Sustainability Specialist, Cornell PRO-DAIRY)

Jeff Miller (Agronomist, CCE Oneida County)

Sponsored by the CNYDLFC Team and CCE Oneida County.

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