Watershed Science Bulletin 2017-11-07T12:36:43+00:00

Watershed Science Bulletin

Published by: Center for Watershed Protection Association

Co-Editors-in-Chief: Neely Law (nll@cwp.org) and Karen Cappiella (kc@cwp.org)

Associate Editor: Lisa Fraley-McNeal (lfm@cwp.org)


Watershed Science Bulletin is an online, peer-reviewed journal featuring practical, science-based solutions to water resource problems. The Bulletin publishes research results on innovative ways that stormwater managers can respond to regulatory requirements (e.g., TMDLs), design stormwater practices, and set up and fund water resource programs. We also publish literature reviews, case studies and discussion papers on these and other pioneering watershed strategies. The Bulletin accepts article submissions on a rolling basis and our Editorial Committee of nationally-respected watershed and stormwater management professionals provides peer review.

The Bulletin is the first publication to directly serve the community of watershed management professionals. These busy professionals typically do not have access to academic research databases for the numerous disciplines that inform watershed and stormwater management. The journal’s mission is to synthesize both research and experience from these disciplines and readily transmit this valuable information to those who need it to protect and restore their watersheds. The information provided in the Bulletin is vital to the continuing education of watershed management professionals.

Current Issue


Ask The Experts: Perspectives on the primary drivers of stream restoration, design approaches and techniques, and restoration potential

September 2017


The Watershed Science Bulletin often features interviews with experts in the watershed and stormwater professions. In this issue, four professionals weigh in with their perspectives on the primary drivers of stream restoration, design approaches and techniques, and restoration potential.