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Person Troff document Calvert, Patrick
Located in Members
This brochure from CT DEEP explains the benefits of riparian buffers. Low Impact Development (LID) techniques manage stormwater runoff by mimicking the natural movement of water in the environment and preserving the pre‐development hydrology of a site. If your property includes or borders water features, one of the easiest and most cost effective methods for protecting water quality is to PLANT A VEGETATED RIPARIAN AREA.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
Watershed Based Management Principles, CT Watershed Plans, CT's Watershed Management Program, and Watershed Management Planning documents produced in Connecticut
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
File Troff document Wood is Good for Maryland Brook Trout
Brochure developed by MD DNR and MD Forest Service, to explain the benefits of riparian buffers and woody material to health of streams and brook trout.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
The Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Commission is working with local stakeholders and organizations in the Chickasawhatchee Creek Watershed and Coosawattee River-Carter's Lake Watersheds to monitor impaired streams in these two watersheds and identify sources of pollution.
Located in The Story of Wild Brook Trout / Landowner Resources
File All Watersheds
Priority scores for project selection of all ebtjv subwatersheds
Located in Science and Data / Priority Watershed Maps
File chemical/x-pdb Raw Data from Project Selection Assessment
Raw data to develop priority scores for project selection to assist in identifying areas for restoration, enhancement, and protection.
Located in Science and Data / Priority Watershed Maps
File Intact watersheds best for protection
PDF map representing best watersheds to protect in EBTJV region.
Located in Science and Data / Priority Watershed Maps
File chemical/x-pdb Reduced watersheds best for enhancement
Map of reduced watersheds where brook trout populations are experiencing pressure.
Located in Science and Data / Priority Watershed Maps
File Watersheds best for restoration
Extirpated watersheds where brook trout populations are no longer present and are best for restoration activities.
Located in Science and Data / Priority Watershed Maps