Rocky Mountain National Park Agriculture Subcommittee
This subcommittee seeks to reduce ammonia emissions from agricultural sources. It was formed in October 2006 to bring agriculture’s voice to discussions on nitrogen deposition issues facing the park. The subcommittee collaborates with the National Park Service, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to review air quality monitoring and ammonia inventory data, to review the latest science and research, to educate and reach out to livestock and crop producers, and to provide recommendations on cost-effective and practicable ammonia reduction strategies for Colorado’s agricultural producers.
Presentation materials for the most recent year are below:
October 2017 stakeholder meeting
- Agricultural Air Quality Conservation Measures: Reference Guide for Poultry and Livestock Systems.
June 2017 stakeholder meeting
February 2017 stakeholder meeting
November 2016 stakeholder meeting
August 2016 stakeholder meeting
- Agricultural producer nitrogen fact sheet.
- Colorado State University — Best Management Practices for Reducing Ammonia Emissions.
- Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) National Air Quality Site Assessment Tool.
All Rocky Mountain National Park Initiative documents are archived and can be shared. Please contact Lisa Devore (email@example.com) for access to any archived material.