CAP CAQMP

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Introduction & guidelines

Comprehensive Air Quality Management Plans (CAQMPs) can be part of conservation plans applicable to many agricultural operations. These plans assess practices and strategies adopted by agricultural operations to address environmental concerns directly related to air quality and atmospheric change. Management options and structural alternatives are also recommended to address resource concerns identified during the assessment.

A Comprehensive Air Quality Management Plan (CAQMP):

  1. Meets NRCS quality criteria or a measureable improvement for air quality and other identified resource concerns;
  2. Complies with federal, state, tribal, and local laws, regulations and permit requirements;
  3. Addresses the operator’s objectives.


Practice Code 126 - Comprehensive Air Quality Management Plan Development Criteria

Practice Code 126 - Comprehensive Air Quality Management Plan Checklist