Cost Share Programs - Agricultural Cost Share Program (ACSP)
Abandoned Well Closure
An abandoned well closure is the sealing and permanent closure of a supply well no longer in use. This practice serves to prevent entry of contaminated surface water, animals, debris, or other foreign substances into the well. It also serves to eliminate the physical hazards of an open hole to people, animals, and farm machinery. Cost share for this practice is limited to the amount listed on the NCACSP average cost list.