Even though the state of Wisconsin no longer sponsors a watershed based non-point source pollution control program, the Dodge County Land and Water Conservation Department performs a variety of non-point source pollution control work activities. Current and on-going work activities in this area include the following:
Land & Water Resource Management Plan Implementation - Planning, design, installation, and cost sharing of non-point source pollution control practices provided to landowners under the Wisconsin Land & Water Resource Management Program.
Nutrient and Manure Management Planning - Technical, educational, and cost share assistance provided to landowners to assist in the preparation and implementation of cropland nutrient management plans. Manure spreading restriction maps are prepared for land owners and land operators needing to know the location of environmentally sensitive sites where manure spreading is to be restricted.
Wisconsin Non-Point Runoff Rule Implementation - Working cooperatively with Wisconsin DNR field staff, Dodge County Land and Water Conservation Department staff assist with the planning, design, installation and cost sharing of non-point pollution control practices with landowners who have been determined to be violating one or more of Wisconsin's Non-Point Runoff Rules under Wisconsin Administrative Rule NR151.