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March 11, 2009 by NRCCE News

Take advantage of the good ideas in this booklet: Watershed Planning – from Start to Finish

Morgantown, W.Va. — In 2007, the National Environmental Services Center (NESC) published a four-part series in On Tap magazine about watershed approaches to water quality problems. The series covered:

  • (1) how to start a watershed group to tackle water quality problems,
  • (2) methods for measuring and assessing watershed conditions,
  • (3) how turn this data into a strategic plan, and
  • (4) techniques for putting the plan into action.

Each article in the series includes a case study of the Friends of Deckers Creek, a West Virginia watershed group, chronicling how that group addressed the topics in the article.

Hardcopy
To order your copy of this booklet, call (800) 624-8301 and request item #DWBLCS04. The booklet cost $1.50 (plus shipping) for the general public. SMART communities and trainers can order it for free.

Online
Download a free copy of Watershed Planning – From Start to Finish Watershed Planning cover (pdf file, 4.9 MB)

You may also place your order by e-mail at info@mail.nesc.wvu.edu.

For more information download and view watershed articles online on the SMART About Water site at http://www.nesc.wvu.edu/smart/sourcewater.cfm.

The NESC also offers this
Watershed Information page.

Based at the West Virginia University NRCCE, NESC is a national leader in the areas of drinking water, wastewater, environmental training, solid waste, infrastructure resilience, and utility management in small and rural communities. NESC’s engineers and technical experts have been at the forefront of septic system technologies for 30 years. To learn more about NESC, call (800) 624-8301 or visit http://www.nesc.wvu.edu.

NRCCE