WATERSHEDS ARTICLES

Tree shortage could affect peak flows in Appalachian watersheds after storm events

According to a new study conducted by U.S. Forest Service scientists at the Coweeta Hydrologic Laboratory in N.C., the loss of eastern hemlock could affect water yield and storm flow from forest wa...

Restoration project in DE town to improve water quality, stormwater management

The town of Greenwood, Del., is expecting to reduce flooding and improve its water quality in the future after implementing a restoration project at the town park and on two local industrial sites.

NACWA stresses need for solutions addressing water quality challenges

The NACWA has addressed that ongoing water quality incidents around the nation underscores the need for continued investment to ensure water quality and support for viable watershed-based solutions...

MO American Water to fund seven major watershed-improvement projects

Missouri American Water announced that seven local watershed-related projects will receive funding from the company's annual Environmental Grant Program.

ACWA appoints new president for next year

The national Association of Clean Water Administrators recently announced that it has appointed Water Quality Division Director Mike Fulton as president

U.S. Water Alliance to host 2014 One Water Leadership Summit in September

On September 15-17, 2014, the U.S. Water Alliance will hold the 5th annual One Water Leadership Summit, in Kansas City, Mo.

Students awarded AWRA scholarship for water resource management efforts

The American Water Resources Association has announced the recipients of its 2014 Richard A. Herbert Memorial Scholarship Fund awards. The scholarship fund, established in 1980, was created to be u...

USDA to repair dams in 26 states through watershed rehabilitation funding

The USDA announced that communities across the U.S. will receive a $262-million investment to rehabilitate dams that provide critical infrastructure and protect public health and safety.

EPA releases proposal to safeguard major Alaska salmon fishery from copper mine

The EPA formally proposed limitations that would protect one of the world's most valuable salmon fisheries, in Bristol Bay, Alaska, from the risks posed by large-scale mining at the Pebble deposit.

EPA awarding $2.1M to 17 states to revitalize urban waters

The EPA will award $2.1 million to 37 organizations in 17 states and Puerto Rico to help protect and restore urban waters, improve water quality, and support community revitalization and other loca...

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