EPA has recently developed a Draft Handbook for Developing Watershed Plans to Restore and Protect Our Waters to assist watershed planners in developing effective plans that will provide an analytical framework to restore water quality in impaired waters and to protect waters that may be threatened. The Webcast instructors will provide an overview of the Handbook contents, and then proceed through each of the steps needed to develop and implement watershed plans. Throughout the Webcast, the instructors will address some of the most common questions that arise in developing watershed plans such as: How do I know when I have enough data? What if our watershed group doesn't have the skills to do many of these analyses? How do I know if I've met the requirements to qualify for Section 319 funding? There will also be opportunities to ask questions about the Draft Handbook and watershed planning in general.
For general information contact Ron Ohrel
by telephone at 703-385-6000
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