Many members of the Sacramento/Amador Water Quality Alliance (SAWQA) are subject to the Sediment and Erosion Control Plan (SECP) Requirement under the Sacramento Valley Waste Discharge Order.
A SECP must be certified, irrigators can participate in a training to be able to self-certify. SAWQA is offering several trainings to assist irrigators in being able to self-certify their own plans.
Partner Hosted Trainings
October 29th, Sunday 1pm-4pm Where: CA Small Farm Conference Robert Cabral Ag. Center Cost: ~$35 Register Here: www.californiafarmconference.com/attend
November 2nd, Thursday 8am-1pm Where: American Legion Hall, 1305 N. 1st Street, Dixon CA 95620 Register: Call: (707)678-1655 x103 email: email@example.com
Sacramento/Amador Water Quality Alliance Hosted Trainings
SAWQA held two SECP trainings in September 2017, additional trainings may be hosted in the Winter 17-18.
What are my other SECP certification options? If a member does not want to self-certify their own plan they can hire a professional to write and certify their SECP. Under the Central Valley Regional Board’s Irrigated Lands Regulatory Program a member can hire a qualified professional possessing one of the following registrations or certifications, and appropriate experience with erosion issues on irrigated agricultural lands (CA Registered Professionsal Civil Engineer (PE), CA Registered Professional Geologist or Engineering Geologist, CA Registered Professional Landscape Architect, Professional Hydrologist, Certified Soil Scientist (CPSS), Certified Professional in Erosion & Sediment Control (CPESC), Certified Professional in Storm Water Quality. Click here for a list of local qualified professionals.