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Ag of Future Past

Ahhh, agriculture. We’ve been at it for quite a long time – and adapting the land as we go. Of course, the types of modifications range the gamut, but what we’ve done on the water management front is truly incredible. …
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Runoff Rundown Issue 61

In this issue:2016 National Watershed & Stormwater ConferenceGeorgia Stormwater Management Manual – New and Improved!Swimmable Cities ReportMeet our staff! Karen Cappiella Don’t forget to register for our April 12 conference!The clock is ticking down to our full day, national conference on April 12, but even if you’re only just hearing about it now, there’s still time to register! We’re excited about this conference because it’s a unique event that unites in-person discussion with online partic

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April in Atlanta


Join us in downtown Atlanta for the National Watershed and Stormwater Web Conference on April 12. We are partnering with the Georgia Tech Research Institute to present the Conference in their excellent conference center on 14th Street, NW.

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Omaha – the place to be on April 12th!

Douglas County has been a long time supporter of the Center for Watershed Protection’s Stormwater Webcast Series, so the stormwater geek in me was thrilled when the Center reached out to me to gauge interest in their newest offering …
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Runoff Rundown Issue 60

Clean Up Watershed Planning Costs with the Clean Water Optimization Tool By Karen Cappiella The Center for Watershed Protection has just released its Clean Water Optimization Tool, a planning tool for Maryland communities to develop more cost-effective strategies for reducing stormwater pollution to meet nutrient and sediment reduction goals. Although the impetus for the Tool was the Chesapeake Bay TMDL, it can also be used to address local impairments for nutrients and sediment.The Tool it al

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