SWC Commission - CCAP Advisory Committee

The Community Conservation Assistance Program Advisory Committee (CAC) provides technical and programmatic recommendations to the Commission on best management practices (BMPs) and assists the Nonpoint Source Pollution Section in developing average costs for the Cost Share Program. The CAC meets quarterly. 

District involvement and participation are very important to the CAC, and the CAC often solicits input by the districts on various issues, including types of BMPs, BMP specifications and average costs. Supervisors, district employees and partnership staff have a standing invitation to attend CAC meetings and participate in the discussions.
 
The CAC membership currently consists of:
  1. Division of Soil and Water Conservation representative
  2. North Carolina Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts representative.
  3. North Carolina State University Cooperative Extension Service representative
  4. North Carolina Association of County Commissioners representative
  5. North Carolina League of Municipalities representative
  6. Natural Resources Conservation Service representative
  7. Wildlife Resources Commission representative
  8. North Carolina Conservation District Employees Association representative
  9. North Carolina Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils representative
  10. Division of Water Resources representative
  11. Division of Forest Resources representative
  12. Division of Land Resources representative
  13. Division of Coastal Management representative
  14. Division of Water Resources representative
  15. Carolinas Land Improvement Contractors Association representative

Next Meeting

TBD

Teleconference: TBD

Webinar: https://ncag.adobeconnect.com/ccap/

Meeting Minutes

PDF DocumentDraft July 2014 meeting minutes

Attachments:

A: Permeable pavement BMP

B: Soil and Water Conservation Commission Job Approval Authority Categories

C: New Testing Protocol for CCAP Job Approval Authority

D: CCAP Specifications

E: Green Growth Toolbox presentation

PDF DocumentMay 2014 meeting minutes

CCAP Allocation Workgroup Recommendations

CCAP encumbrance data

CCAP expenditure data

CCAP survey responses

PDF DocumentOctober 2013 meeting minutes

 

 

NCDA&CS Division of Soil & Water Conservation, Pat Harris, Director
Mailing Address: 1614 Mail Service Center, Raleigh NC 27699-1614
Physical Address: 512 North Salisbury Street, Raleigh North Carolina 27604
Phone: 919.733.2302; FAX: 919.715.3559