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Watershed Planning: A Workshop on Developing and Implementing Plans To Improve Water Quality

Watershed Planning: A Workshop on Developing and Implementing Plans To Improve Water Quality
January 24-25, 2007
Doubletree Hotel & Conference Center
Berkeley Marina
200 Marina Boulevard
Berkeley, California 94710

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 9 office in San Francisco is sponsoring a workshop for federal, state, tribal, and local representatives to promote the development and implementation of watershed plans that improve water quality and meet federal and state requirements.
This workshop will examine the watershed planning process, focusing on
how to achieve more significant water quality improvements through quantification of pollutant loads and provide for ongoing implementation. The workshop will also address how watershed planning can integrate related water quality efforts such as TMDLs and source water protection, along with other natural resource and community needs.

This workshop is intended for watershed managers and representatives, public agency staff, local planners, and others active in the water resource planning field.
For registration information and complete workshop details, please view the workshop brochure at Watershed Planning Workshops

For you convenience, one is also attached to this email in PDF format.

If you have any questions regarding this e-mail or its content, please feel free to contact me.

Kari Schumaker
State Water Resources Control Board
(916) 341-7388 or kschumaker@waterboards.ca.gov us-epa-watershed-planning-workshop.pdf