Public Access to eNOI data through Geotracker

November 21, 2019
irrigation management

The Central Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board is revising the public interface to GeoTracker to allow public access to electronic Notice of Intent (eNOI) information. The eNOI is submitted by all farming operations to comply with the Agricultural Order and contains important ranch and operation information. It is expected that these changes will take effect by Wednesday November 27th.

To protect your information, we encourage you to sign in to Geotracker and review your ranch eNOI to ensure only the required information on the uploaded ranch maps have been included.The Ranch/Farm Map should only contain the following information:

  1. Location of ranch/farm including major and minor roads
  2. Points where irrigation runoff leaves the operation and ranch(s)/farm(s)
  3. Location of proximal surface waterbodies, groundwater wells, tile drains, tailwater or irrigation ponds, and existing perennial, intermittent, or ephemeral streams or riparian or wetland area habitats
  4. Location of Latitude/Longitude Measurement

Please note fertilizer and pesticide storage areas and other farming information not included above is not required on the submitted maps.

Contact: Emily Webster
Phone: 831.840.5056
Email: ewebster@calstrawberry.org

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