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Opportunities for Riparian Forest Buffers and CREP in the 2018 Farm Bill - Shared screen with speaker view
Healthy Watersheds GIT
10:12
Hi all, we are going to be running a few minutes late- we'll be starting shortly after 2!
sclaggett
26:18
We will have time for questions at the end of the presentation. In the meantime, feel free to type questions here as they arise.
Ben Alexandro
30:14
Any guesses on when the public comment period will be open in more detail?
Ben Alexandro
30:52
I.e. any idea when this year before december?
sclaggett
42:56
These new management payments will be especially valuable to those installing forest buffers.
sclaggett
51:33
Can we expect any details in rule-making concerning Technical Asst and the coordination with State Forestry agencies?
Ben Alexandro
01:00:13
Thank you
ASTRANG
01:01:29
Do we know if FSA investments in forestry technical assistance for the Chesapeake RFB Initiative will continue?
P. Webb
01:02:27
louder please
SFickbohm
01:07:18
can they reiterate how state agreements need to be revised in light of the new provisions in the FB, or not....if no revisions are made, what would the state policy be? The FB? or the State Agreement?
James.Gillis
01:08:04
Please clarify the types of issues that must be addressed through RULE-MAKING vs. what can be accomplished at State Technical Committee meetings.
James.Gillis
01:08:36
And define who is a "CREP Partner?"
James.Gillis
01:16:19
Is Mike saying that the State Technical Committee has the FINAL decision on those items like rental rates and management payments? I so, that is incorrect. They can make recommendations, but the final decision lies with FSA alone.
James.Gillis
01:16:36
I meant "If so..."
terrynoto2
01:18:01
Mike isn’t saying that the STC has the final say on Soil Rental Rates