Agricultural Chemicals & Groundwater Protection in Colorado, 1990-2006Website or Online Data - 2008?
The Agricultural Chemicals and Groundwater Protection Act took effect on July 1, 1990, and established the Groundwater Protection Program. Its purpose is to reduce agricultural chemicals' negative impacts on groundwater and the environment. Agricultural chemicals covered under this legislation include commercial fertilizers and all pesticides. The goal is to prevent groundwater contamination before it occurs by improving agricultural chemical management. This report summarizes the first 15 years of the Agricultural Chemicals and Groundwater Protection Act and provides an overview of activities and monitoring data.
Publisher: [Lakewood, Colo.?] : Colorado Dept. of Agriculture ; [Denver, Colo.?] : Colorado Dept. of Public Health and Environment; , [Water Quality Control Division] ; Fort Collins, Colo.] : [Colorado State University Extension], [[2008?].
Characteristics: 1 PDF (54 p. : ill., maps ; 15247 KB)
Alternative Title: Agricultural chemicals and groundwater protection in Colorado, 1990-2006