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Longfellow Creek Watershed action plan for the control of nonpoint source water pollution

Seattle (Wash.). Longfellow Creek Watershed Management Committee.

Longfellow Creek Watershed action plan for the control of nonpoint source water pollution

final action plan

by Seattle (Wash.). Longfellow Creek Watershed Management Committee.

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Published by The Utility in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watershed management -- Washington (State) -- Seattle.,
  • Water -- Pollution -- Washington (State) -- Seattle.,
  • Water quality management -- Washington (State) -- Seattle.,
  • Longfellow Creek Watershed (Seattle, Wash.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by the Longfellow Creek Watershed Management Committee under the direction of the Seattle Drainage and Wastewater Utility ; Washington State Department of Ecology.
    ContributionsWashington (State). Dept. of Ecology., Seattle (Wash.). Drainage and Wastewater Utility.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination143 p. (some folded) :
    Number of Pages143
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16954092M

    This project will complete a watershed characterization which will be used to develop a future watershed protection plan (WPP). Lake Arlington and Village Creek: Developing a Watershed Protection Plan: A project to develop a watershed protection plan for Lake Arlington, a drinking water source; and Village Creek, an impaired tributary to the lake. Black Creek Watershed Management Plan Black Creek Watershed Management Plan Executive Summary 4 An implementation strategy, including the identification of watershed-wide and site-specific projects and other actions necessary to protect and restore water quality, completed in A summary of each component can be found below.

    WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PLAN LITTLE CICERO CREEK HAMILTON COUNTY, INDIANA February 1, Prepared by: Parkdale Place, Suite S Indianapolis, Indiana Lee Creek Watershed Management Plan • Protection of the watersheds that supply this water will reduce pollutants in the reservoir and can help reduce the cost of treating drinking water allowing the City to continue providing its users with affordable clean drinking water.

    At first glance, the term watershed management appears to be self-explanatory, its meaning apparent in its very wording. Watershed management is the managing of a watershed. At best, however, this definition is merely the starting point and might appropriately be compared to the initial upland flow of a watershed itself, before becoming part of a complex system covering a broad area. Variously. The ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach have expanded its water quality programs with the development of a coordinated Water Resources Action Plan (WRAP), a comprehensive effort to target remaining water and sediment pollution sources in the San Pedro Bay. The final plan was adopted at a joint meeting of the Los Angeles and Long Beach Boards of Harbor Commissioners on Wednesday, .


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