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Municipalities: For ISO rating reduction consider mapping your firehydrants. Contact JDSWCD for assistance.
Effective 07/01/2013: The consulting rate has increased to $42.50 per hour.
Producers: If you're not harvesting 7 crops on an acreage you probably aren't maximizing the potential of your land. Increase your profits by multi-cropping. Contact JDSWCD for assistance.
Start planning your 2013 cover crops now. Cost-share funding is now available through the Conservation Practices Program.
JO DAVIESS COUNTY SWCD NEW SERVICES
Diving $42.50 per hour
Call JDSWCD for any underwater diving needs.
Bathymetric Mapping $42.50 per hour
JDSWCD can map any water body, big or small. Maps can be produced within 1 ft. accuracy showing depth contours, storage volume, and 3-D modeling for controlling nutrient loads.
Land Evaluation Report $250 flat rate
This service provides soil types on an acreage, average slope, land evaluation score, land capability and yields per acre of crops and pasture, woodland management and productivity data, and water management data. Data is taken from the USDA Soil Survey of Jo Daviess County Illinois. Reports can only be issued to the property owner or individual must have written notarized consent from the property owner. The customer must supply a current survey for the property.
Pond Management $42.50 per hour.
This service is to provide assistance to land owners on ponds, lakes, and streams. Services may be provided on an hourly basis. In addition, a complete investigation and report can be provided for a $250 fee plus $25 per surface acre of water. Reports include bathymetric and surface mapping, aquatic community assessment, and recommendations for water body improvements based on customer’s interests. Reports can only be issued to the property owner or individual must have written notarized consent from the property owner.