Wetland violations and the determination process of those violations, were some of the issues discussed at the Central New York Cornell Cooperative Extension Tile Drainage School, which took place in Ballston Spa on Nov. 12.
“We use historical information,” said NRCS Conservation Program Manager, Scott Fitscher. Photos which are available in the Washington County office go back to 1942.
Historical files of previous drainage projects and documentation of the land is also used to make determinations, as is soil type. State maps are not used. Continue reading