Michigan NRCS EQIP Rates for Drainage Water Management
Conservation Activity Plan (CAP-130)
The objective of a Drainage Water Management Plan (DWMP) is to determine where the control structures and any additional sub-mains need to be located. Guidance on the management of structures is also included.
|Drainage Water Management Plan||
Financial Assistance (Per Plan)
|With Tile Map||$2062.65|
|No Tile Map*||$2459.81|
* Used if the tile map does not exist and tile must be located or if a new tile system is being planned.
Drainage Water Management (Practice 554)
This is intended to compensate for the time required to manage the control structures. The contract consists of an annual payment given for three years. Typically the landowner is trained on managing the structure during the first year of implementation.
|Drainage Water Management||EQIP (Per Acre)|
|Drainage Water Management (DWM)||$7.49|
Structure for Water Control (Practice 587)
This is designed to assist with the cost of purchasing and installing the control structures needed for DWM.
|Structure Type||EQIP (Per Structure)|
|Drainage Water Management Structure||$1483.72|
Subsurface Drain (Practice 606)
This applies to any additional sub-mains that are required for the adoption of DWM.
|Pipe Type/Diameter||EQIP (Per Linear Foot)|
|Structural Practice Support Drain||$3.11|
|Waste Storage Facility Perimeter Drain, greater than 9 feet deep||$23.85|
|Waste Storage Facility Perimeter Drain, 9 Ft or less feet deep||$17.14|
|Secondary Main Retrofit for DWM||$5.85|
For more information contact your local NRCS office.
Information compiled by Ecosystem Services Exchange www.EcoExch.com
Michigan, FY 2016