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Title: Training on Conservation System Guides and Performance Results System


1
Training on Conservation System Guides and
Performance Results System
  • February, 2006

2
Training Team Developers
  • Conservation System Guides A general overview
    by John Copeland
  • Understanding and using the new functionality of
    the Conservation System Guide Application by Phil
    Smith
  • Understanding and using the Conservation System
    Guide Application by Lori Ziehr and Greta
    Steverson
  • CSG role in FY2006 performance measures by Keith
    Rogers and Dan Mullarkey
  • How to complete a CS physical effects over ride
    by Greta Steverson and Lori Ziehr.
  • Future enhancements using the CSG-PRS linked data
    by Ken Tootle.
  • Frequently asked questions and answers A Text
    document by the team members

3
Objectives
  • Provide an understanding on why and how the
    agency plans on using CSG resource concern and
    physical effect data that is linked to PRS
    reported records.
  • Show potential reports using resource concern and
    physical effect data that will be useful by the
    agency and its partners to support our budget and
    mission.

4
NRCS is Conservation Leader
  • Farm bill added new responsibilities
  • Budget increased by half billion 2002-03
  • Projected increase of 300 from 2003-04
  • Increased expectations
  • Increased workload
  • Accountability requirements are increasing

5
NRCS Accountability needs are increasing
  • Have to support our budget expenditures
  • Must report accomplishments on key performance
    measures and results
  • Must answer questions to budget appropriators on
    results by resource categories and resource
    concerns
  • Must answers questions on amounts of impacts of
    our efforts on these resource concerns

6
Strategic Plan - Performance Reporting
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PRS provides Practices planned and applied
CSG provides the impacts of those practices and
the resource concerns treated
Descriptions of the resource concerns and
physical impacts of our applied practices
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Potential Typical questions answered using
CSG-PRS linked data
  • How many acres of wildlife habitat management
    have been applied where endangered species are a
    resource concern?
  • How many acres of cropland have been treated to
    the point that they are protected against
    excessive erosion?
  • How many acres of irrigated lands are treated and
    how many acre inches of water are used more
    effectively?

12
Potential Typical questions answered using
CSG-PRS linked data
  • How many acres of practices or of a particular
    practice have been applied for noxious weed
    problems?

13
Acres of Cropland treated for a particular
resource concern

14
Cropland soils treated where flooding is the
primary resource concern.

15
Total Acres with treatment for Sheet and Rill
erosion reduction
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Soil Erosion rates after treatment



17
CNMP Practices where water quality is a listed
resource concern


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Resource concerns
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Resource concerns
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Resource concerns
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Resource concerns
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Potential of the CSG-PRS framework
  • The framework (both the software and the thought
    process) developed with the CSG-PRS linkage offer
    great opportunity for other types of measurement
    and analysis.
  • For example, other social and economic effects
    tables could be appended to the resource concern
    tables. These tables could contain any effects
    by practice where data is available. As an
    example, a energy savings or any other social or
    economic consideration could be computed and
    reported for practices

25
Data Checker View CSG Impacts
26
Data Checker View CSG Impacts
Provides the ability to find practices that are
applied that impact a resource concern
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Example finding plans that have cropland and a
resource concern of wind
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Youve completed the Future enhancements using
the CSG-PRS linked data
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