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http://www.epa.gov/ncepihom/nepishom/srch.htm  Then you can search by topic.

	Below find some web sites that may help.  Another suggestion is to
seek states with some similar climate, soil conditions, etc as your
location.  After finding those states, contact universities with farming
programs in those states.

West Virginia WaterSafe Farm*A*Syst uses assessments to determine what
practices and structuresmay pose a risk to your drinking water Farm*A*Syst
identifies what farms already do to protect environment By understanding the

Farm*A*Syst Water Quality Tool is an integrated computer-assisted process
that automates functions needed for the field offices to assist clients in
learning how their current farmstead ...

Farm * A * Syst 
Welcome to New Mexico Farm*A*Syst - Farmstead Assessment System A voluntary
groundwater protection program for New Mexico farms, ranches, and rural
homeowners. Groundwater is a valuable natural resource that benefits ...

Farm*A*Syst Tools 
These tools will help you better manage your operation to avoid
environmental problems. They not only give you good information; they
provide a system for you to apply that information to your property. With
available ...
98%  Date: 22 Apr 1998,  Size 3.7K,
Find similar pages

Pollution prevention is the most cost-effective approach to protecting water
quality. The Farm Assessment System is a groundwater pollution prevention
program designed for farmers and rural residents. The program ...
98%  Date: 25 Dec 1998,  Size 3.6K,

Farm*A*Syst Fact Sheets" 
If you drink water from a well or spring, the water comes from the ground.
Most groundwater in North Carolina is safe to drink. If pollution gets into
groundwater, your well or spring water may not be safe. ...
98%  Date: 15 Oct 1997,  Size 3.4K,

Farm*A*Syst - Provides information on preventing pollution on farms and in
homes, including newsletters and slide training programs on topics such as
protecting drinking water wells.  

Nebraska Farm*A*Syst    Farm*A*Syst at University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE,
creating awarenss of water protection http://www.ianr.unl.edu/    

Farm *A* Syst is a voluntary and confidential assessment tool which helps
farmers identify risks to groundwater associated with their farmstead
practices. Farm *A* Syst also provides information on ways to reduce those
risks. Farm *A* Syst (FAS...	

Alabama Self-Environmental Assessment Alaska Home*A*Syst Arizona Farm*A*Syst
Arkansas Farm*A*Syst California Farm*A*Syst Colorado Farm*A*Syst Connecticut
Farm*A*Syst Plus Delaware..

 Ag & Bio Engineering Jim Thomas WWW Papers 03-10-1999 Water Quality and
Nutrient Management 03-10-1999 Irrigation, Soil and Water 01-20-1999 Water
Quality and Nutrient Management 01-20-1999 Water Quality and Nutrient
Management 01-20-1999 Water...

 National Farm*A*Syst/Home*A*Syst National Farm*A*Syst/Home*A*Syst extends
pollution prevention to under-served audiences: farms and ranches and
residential households. To be useful to these audiences, 

 Farm*A*Syst Workbooks Groundwater Contamination from Drinking Water Well
Condition Pesticide Storage and Handling Groundwater Contamination from
Fertilizer Storage and Handling Groundwater Contamination from Petroleum
Product Storage Groundwater...

 Farm Business Management Agribiz Area Farm Management Offices - South
Dakota Center for Farm Financial Management - Minnesota Current Issues -
West Virginia Economics of Converting Wetlands to Croplands Farm*A*Syst -
Minnesota Farm*A*Syst ...

-----Original Message-----
From: Marlyn Aguilar - SHWB [mailto:maguilar@eha.health.state.hi.us]
Sent: Monday, May 03, 1999 11:04 AM
To: p2tech@great-lakes.net; p2@ucsd.edu
Subject: (Fwd) listserve message

Hawaii Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch has committed to support the Western
Regional Pollution Prevention Center and to serve as the lead agency
collecting good resources on Pollution Prevention opportunities and
technologies for the Agricultural Industry and P2 relating to Island
Ecosystems.   So far, we have collected very little information.

Please help us to expand our bibliography of P2 Agriculture information.
Since we are primarily a regulatory agency addressingwaste management and
minimization,  our current library is limited to  composting information,
and this topic is much broader.

We have defined the topic to include the following information: 
 Pesticide application efficiency, less toxic substitutes, natural  pest
control alternatives; Composting;   Water efficiency and water use
reduction; Runoff prevention/control and soil conservation; and Energy
efficiency and energy use reduction in agricultural  activities.

If you can forward your recommendations for useful and informative P2
resources which address agriculture or island ecosystems, kindly forward the
names and the sources by either E-mail, fax or mail.

Marlyn Aguilar or Carrie McCabe  Solid and Hazardous Waste Branch Hawaii
Dept. Of Health
919 Ala Moana Blvd. #212 Honolulu, Hawaii   96814 PH:	(808) 586-4226 FAX:
(808) 586-7509
E-MAIL:	maguilar@eha.health.state.hi.us    Or

Thanks for your time and assistance.  

HONOLULU WEATHER REPORT for Monday, May 3, 1999:   Partly cloudy but HOT.
Kona winds, light and warm.  Wear sunscreen, not silk.  Marlyn