March 22, 2002
January 8, 2002
Is your stream muddy? Does it smell? Do you believe that your river or stream is polluted? Do you have any information that leads you to believe your local streams, lake, or river is polluted?
The Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition (OVEC), West Virginia Rivers Coalition (WVRC), and twenty-three other environmental organizations and citizens filed a lawsuit on January 23, 2002 against the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) over a water quality policy that is supposed to keep West Virginia's high quality rivers and streams from being unnecessarily polluted.
Launches New Web Site for Nation's Water Data
Settlement in TMDL Lawsuit
Wetlands Regulation Center
of Best Non-point Source Pollution Controls
Tennessee Erosion and Sediment Control Handbook
Duck River Monitoring
Growth and the Clean Water Act
Clean Water Choices
March 1, 2001
October 10, 2000
Sept 23, 2001
September 9, 2000
CALL for Papers
on Sustainable Watersheds Balancing Multiple Needs (10th
Annual Lake Management Conference)
Sue Forest Service for Breaking Clean Water Law [excerpt from press
The Southern Environmental Law Center filed suit against the U.S. Forest Service for approving a timber sale in the Cherokee National Forest that would pollute streams already too dirty to meet Tennessee's water quality standards.
June 12, 2000
April 26, 2000
Our nation's waters are in trouble. NWF evaluated compliance with a provision of the Clean Water Act aimed at protecting watersheds from pollution pesticides, excessive nutrients and other chemicals that come primarily from agriculture and forests as opposed to a specific smokestack or discharge pipe.
April 26, 2000
Announcing: *** WaterForum *** A new e-mail discussion forum WaterForum is a free and open forum for discussion of water resources issues; including drinking water, water conservation, drainage, environmental chemistry, wetlands, wastewater, irrigation, recreational use, fisheries and wildlife use, aquaculture, coastal studies and oceanography, environmental and public health issues, contamination/ remediation, computer modeling, climatology, hydropower, and any other relevant water resources topics.
- Urban Stream Restoration: A Video Tour of Ecological Restoration Techniques
with Ann Riley: This information-packed video tour of six urban stream
restoration sites is led by Ann Riley, a nationally known hydrologist,
stream restoration professional, and executive director of the Waterways
Restoration Institute in Berkley, California.
The video provides background information on how the projects
were funded and organized with community involvement,
and the history and principles of restoration.
It includes examples of stream restoration in very urbanized areas,
recreating stream shapes and meanders, creek daylighting, soil
bioengineering, and ecological flood control projects.
background information on how the projects were funded and organized with community involvement, and the history and principles of restoration. It includes examples of stream restoration in very urbanized areas, recreating stream shapes and meanders, creek daylighting, soil bioengineering, and ecological flood control projects.