The Hancock Soil & Water Conservation District is excited to welcome Special Projects Technician Sarah Wayman. Sarah is the H2Ohio Program contact for Hancock County. If you have questions about the H2Ohio Program you can reach her at 419-422-6569 or 419-788-4052 and she will be happy to assist you. Click here to see the letter that was sent out to all participates. At the bottom of the letter there is a outline of what practices are eligible for implementation fall 2020.
H2Ohio Contract Extensions for 2022 & 2023
Please contact the Hancock SWCD office at 419-422-6569 to schedule an appointment to sign your H2Ohio Contract Extension. You must sign the Contract Extension in order to be eligible for payment for years 2022 and 2023 of the program. Please schedule an appointment before August 30th 2021.
Sign up with OACI to be eligible for H2Ohio payments
Sign up must be completed by June 10, 2021
If you have questions about the OACI sign-up process, contact Sarah Wayman at (phone: 419-788-4052; email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or OACI Project Leader Nikki Hawk at (phone: 419-852-2615; email: Nicole@ofswcd.org).
Voluntary Nutrient Management Plan (VNMP)
Variable Rate Phosphorus Application (VRT)
Subsurface Phosphorus Placement
For those of you who are implementing the manure incorporation practice for the H2Ohio Program, please turn in a current manure test. In addition to the manure test, we will need to know which fields and when you are planning to spread your manure. Please submit your manure test as soon as possible. When we receive your manure test, we will write a manure recommendation for you to utilize that follows tri-state recommendations. You must follow the manure recommendations in order to receive payment for this practice. Please remember to notify Hancock SWCD 24 to 48 hours prior to manure application. Additionally, be sure to follow Ohio NRCS 590 Standard and Senate Bill 1. Contact Sarah with any questions either by phone (419) 422-6569 or by email email@example.com
Conservation Crop Rotation – Small Grains or Forages
Overwintering Cover Crops
Drainage Water Management
Other Helpful Documents
Article titled “Why Tri-State and H2Ohio” by Kate Myers-Van Wert SWCD
Fill in the field name, acres, crop rotation, and practices
Print and fill in by hand and scan, mail, or drop off
Use to calculate the adjusted seeding rate for Cover Crops
Refer to Appendix A for criteria for seeding, establishment and maintenance including seed quality and testing requirements.