Looking for an irrigation coalition to join for Waste Discharge Order compliance? Need to enroll your Shasta and/or Tehama county acreage? STWEC is your answer to the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program. Learn what STWEC is all about and how you can join our group.
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Introducing your 2019-2020 Board Members!
STWEC welcomes Martin Spannaus and Shane Overton, as new STWEC Directors! Directors were elected during the Annual/Bi-monthly board meeting held Wednesday, May 8, 2019 to include the following:
Ron Keown - President
Sam Mudd - Vice President
Martin Spannaus - Treasurer
Shane Overton - Secretary
Shasta and Tehama Co.
Larry Solberg - Board Member
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Thank you Paul Bertagna for over a decade of dedication to STWEC!
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Your membership payment is due January 31, 2020. The annual invoice statement was sent to members in early December 2019. A late fee charge is in effect including at 10% penalty of entire annual invoice amount for each 30 days past due.
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March 6, 2020
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The latest developments relating to the Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program that affect STWEC member operations and decisions.
Check out this great and brief (5:05 min.) ILRP introductory video produced by the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board (Regional Water Board) as part of the Annual Report to the Regional Water Quality Control Board.
See details on the Member Requirements tab
Members that need to completed their Sediment and Erosion Control Plan Training and Self-Certification Test can now do so online. This online course covers the Waste Discharge Requirements General Order for commercial irrigated growers within the Sacramento River Watershed. No need to complete this requirement during scheduled in-person workshops; meet the requirement online! Experts led you through videos, quizzes, survey's, and text to prepare you for the final exam that is also administered online. It is free to STWEC members. The coursework and test should take 4 hours. You can work on completing the requirement in segments that work with your schedule. Available January and February 2020: SECP Online Training & Certification
Helpful "How To" video clips are now at your fingertips! STWEC is compiling a video library featuring digital shorts to increase crop productivity while managing for soil health. The Video Library is in the Resources tab.
Maximize Cover Crop NRCS's Lockeford Plant Materials Center conducts trials year-round to find plants and mixes that producers can successfully use to improve their soils.(<4 min)
Higher Yield Orchard Overview of practices to implement to improve yields as well as pest and disease management (<3 min) Deeper Living Project
STWEC members are encouraged to participate.
Continuing Education Courses were just posted to the CURES website. By attending this event, members can earn credit toward their Nitrogen Management Plan requirements through 2021. See full list of coursework posted on the Resources tab.
CE Courses available at the Colusa Farm Show
February 6, 2020 11am-12pm
Clink Here for the Agenda: 2.6.2020 CEU Application_basic agenda.pdf
October 2019, details TBD
STWEC Annual Meeting -POSTPONED indefinitely due to COVID 19 social distancing guidelines
Bi-Monthly Meeting; Second Wednesday of odd number months.
July 8, 2020 8:00 am - 10 am
Teleconference : 1-339- 209-4637 and in person