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Emergency Planning for the Farm

2024-04-04T12:30:00Z 2024-04-04T15:30:00Z Emergency Planning for the Farm

The Emergency Planning for the Farm workshop is on April 4th, 2024 from 8:30 to 11:30 am at the Olive Township Hall, 6480 136th Avenue Holland MI 49424

This is a MAEAP Phase 1 educational event which fulfills the Emergency Plan requirement of the MAEAP standards.

This free event is focused on the importance and contents of a farm emergency plan with noted Michigan industry experts sharing their knowledge with local landowners, farmers and conservation professionals. Topics to be discussed include aerial maps, Chemical/Fertilizer/Fuel/EHS storage, important agrichemical information, land features, Sara Title lll (Emergency Planning & Community Right to Know Act), farm response resources, and developing your own emergency planning resources and emergency plan. 

Free refreshments will be provided. 

This event is hosted by the following partners: Ottawa Conservation District, Ottawa County Sheriffs Office Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), MAEAP and  Olive Township.

Agenda
8:30 -    Welcome, Sign In, Refreshments

9:00 -       Emergency Planning on the Farm; Why is it important with Dan Busby, Regional MAEAP Verifier, MDARD

10:00 -  Ottawa County LEPC and Sara Title lll with Derek Schroeder, LEPC & HazMat/Tech Rescue

                                                 Team Coordinator

10:30 -  Preventing Manure Discharges on the Farm and in the Field with Dan Vannette, Schaendorf Farms

For questions, please email caryn.dawson@macd.org or call 616-414-2638

 

 

Register:

Olive Township 6480 136th Ave Holland, MI 49424-9243
Location
Olive Township
6480 136th Ave
Holland, MI 49424-9243

Event Date

Start: April 04, 2024 8:30 AM

End: April 04, 2024 11:30 AM

The Emergency Planning for the Farm workshop is on April 4th, 2024 from 8:30 to 11:30 am at the Olive Township Hall, 6480 136th Avenue Holland MI 49424

This is a MAEAP Phase 1 educational event which fulfills the Emergency Plan requirement of the MAEAP standards.

This free event is focused on the importance and contents of a farm emergency plan with noted Michigan industry experts sharing their knowledge with local landowners, farmers and conservation professionals. Topics to be discussed include aerial maps, Chemical/Fertilizer/Fuel/EHS storage, important agrichemical information, land features, Sara Title lll (Emergency Planning & Community Right to Know Act), farm response resources, and developing your own emergency planning resources and emergency plan. 

Free refreshments will be provided. 

This event is hosted by the following partners: Ottawa Conservation District, Ottawa County Sheriffs Office Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), MAEAP and  Olive Township.

Agenda
8:30 -    Welcome, Sign In, Refreshments

9:00 -       Emergency Planning on the Farm; Why is it important with Dan Busby, Regional MAEAP Verifier, MDARD

10:00 -  Ottawa County LEPC and Sara Title lll with Derek Schroeder, LEPC & HazMat/Tech Rescue

                                                 Team Coordinator

10:30 -  Preventing Manure Discharges on the Farm and in the Field with Dan Vannette, Schaendorf Farms

For questions, please email caryn.dawson@macd.org or call 616-414-2638

 

 

Register: