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  Conservation Effects Assessment Project

The 2013 National Resources Inventory (NRI) – Conservation Effects Assessment Project (CEAP) survey collects information from agricultural producers in the California Bay-Delta watershed area, with a primary focus on the Sacramento River Watershed, the San Joaquin River Watershed, and the Tulare Lake Basin Watershed, about farming and conservation practices on cultivated and non-cultivated cropland. NASS representatives will visit nearly 1,764 farms in California and Oregon to collect information on farm production practices; chemical, fertilizer and manure applications; integrated pest management; and installed conservation practices.


  Frequently Asked Questions

What is CEAP?

Why is CEAP important?

How is CEAP conducted?

Why should I participate in CEAP?

Will my information be kept confidential?

Where can I get more information about CEAP?


  Outreach Toolkit


  2013 CEAP Survey Data Collection Materials


  More Information

To learn more about CEAP, visit



Last modified: 08/22/13