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Urban Subwatershed Restoration Manual

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  • Jennifer Hill
    Message 1 of 1 , May 24, 2004

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      > From: Douglas_Evans@...
      > Date: Mon, 24 May 2004 10:38:21 -0400

      > Under a cooperative agreement from EPA's Office of Wastewater Management
      > and Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds, the Center for Watershed
      > Protection has just published three manuals of what will be a series of 11
      > manuals, which CWP has dubbed "Urban Subwatershed Restoration Manual
      > Series". CWP states that the series is designed to provide a stronger
      > foundation to assist local and state managers in crafting urban watershed
      > restoration plans. The manuals were written to "organize the enormous
      > amount of information needed to restore small urban watersheds into a
      > format that can be easily accessed by watershed groups, municipal staff,
      > environmental consultants and other users."
      > Each of these is approximately 100 pages long, and some also include a CD
      > with software to enable data collection and storage.
      > The eleven manuals are:
      > 1. An Integrated Framework to Restore Small Urban Watersheds
      > 2. Methods to Develop Restoration Plans for Small Urban Watersheds
      > 3. Storm Water Retrofit Practices
      > 4. Stream Repair and Restoration Practices
      > 5. Riparian Management Practices
      > 6. Discharge Prevention Practices
      > 7. Previous Area Management Practices
      > 8. Pollution Source Control Practices
      > 9. Municipal Practices and Programs
      > 10.The Unified Stream Assessment: A User's Manual
      > 11. The Unified Subwatershed and Site Reconnaisance: A User's Manual
      > The first three have been published in March 2004 and can be downloaded for
      > free from www.cwp.org for the next six months. Five additional
      > manuals are scheduled for releast later this summer and early fall, and the
      > remaining three some time after that.
      > Please feel free to share this email with your colleagues in state and
      > local stormwater, wetlands, nonpoint source, coastal, monitoring, and
      > other programs that have a stake in restoring small urban watersheds.

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