Please read the instructions carefully before proceeding. There are four items required: contact information, reporting approach, usage and signature. All of these items are shown as Steps 1-4 at the bottom of this page.

If you have any questions, please contact Jed Leibbrandt at (806) 762-0181 or by email. You may select different reporting methods for each contiguous property.


Step 1. Fill out your contact information completely. We must have your email address to send you a confirmation receipt of the information.

Step 2. Select your reporting approach (simple or detailed).

  • The simple approach means you do not wish to participate in the conservation reserve and will not submit exact usage to HPWD.
  • The detailed approach must be used to participate in the conservation reserve. You must calculate and submit detailed usage records so your reserve is properly documented. For example, if you want to use the one crop certification method, that is available only in the simple approach, and does not provide eligibility for the conservation reserve.

Step 3. Report your usage. Using either the simple approach or detailed approach, you must select the county, legal description and acreage of continuous tracts. However, the differences at this step of the process include:

  • Using the simple approach, you do not enter the specific amount of water that you used. Rather, you simply certify that you did use an acceptable method of calculating usage and certify your usage did not exceed the allowable.
  • Using the detailed approach, you must enter the specific amount of water that was used, so the reserve may be accurately calculated. A formula sheet for calculating usage is available here.

Step 4. Review the information you have submitted and sign the document. If you have not filled in all the required information, an error message will appear. You must then complete the missing information before the data is submitted. A summary of your information will be emailed to you upon completion of these steps.

What you will need to complete these forms:

  1. Legal description of property and acreage of contiguous tracts.
  2. Knowledge of the reporting methods approved by HPWD.

 

Note: Do NOT send HPWD any of your supporting documentation at this time. If there are any questions regarding your submission, you may be asked to provide documentation at that time.

Please select a reporting approach

Select the county that contains the most acreage of property and describe each contiguous tract of land. Use a new line for additional tracts of land.

For example, if there are 80 acres in Lubbock County and 20 contiguous acres in Lynn County, select Lubbock County then add legal descriptions for all contiguous acreage in that defined property.

To enter multiple tracts of land, click the + sign.

For calendar year 2019, I have calculated groundwater usage with the following methods:

(check all that apply)

Using these methods, I certify that my usage did not exceed the maximum allowable.

Select the county that contains the most acreage of property and describe each contiguous tract of land. Use a new line for additional tracts of land.

For instance, if there are 80 acres in Lubbock County and 20 contiguous acres in Lynn County, select Lubbock County then add legal descriptions for all contiguous acreage in that defined property.

Note: Method 1 = Meter, Method 2 = Energy Consumed, Method 3 = Nozzle Package (includes PivoTrac and similar), Method 4 = Confined Animal Feeding Operation (CAFO)

To enter multiple tracts of land, click the + sign.

 

CONTACT INFORMATION

PRODUCTION INFORMATION

SIGN

I am authorized to sign this document and certify that it is true, to the best of my knowledge.