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File After Wildfire Guide: Planning for the Next Big One (PDF)
PowerPoint presentation (PDF version). Presented by Mary Stuever, NM State Forestry Chama District Forester at Preparing for Large Wildfires in New Mexico workshop series, April 2018.
Located in Groups / Wildfire Mitigation and Planning Project Workgroup / Public Collaborative Group Folder
File Steambank Soil Bioengineering Field Guide for Low Precipitation Areas
Streambank Soil Bioengineering is also referred to as soil bioengineering, ecoengineering, biotechnical soil stabilization, and water bioengineering.
Located in Groups / / Tamarisk / Hydrology
File PDF document Grant Resource Guide For Non-Profits , Community-based Organizations, and Tribes
Grant progams, technical assistance and tools for communities
Located in Library
Tax tips by Dr. Linda Wang, National Timber Tax Specialist, U.S. Forest Service
Located in Library / Inbox
The purpose of this guide is to provide a general foundation for the reader in several interrelated disciplines for the purpose of enabling him/her to characterize and quantify the water needs of riparian and wetland vegetation. Topics discussed are wetland and riparian classification, characteristics and ecology, surface and groundwater hydrology, plant physiology and population and community ecology, and techniques for linking attributes of vegetation to patterns of surface and groundwater and soil moisture. Rocky Mountain Research Station Online Publication.
Located in Library
File WUI Summit 2016 - How to Use the After Wildfire Guide
Eliza Kretzmann's PowerPoint presentation for the 2016 WUI Summit.
Located in Groups / / Private Collaborative Group Folder / Group Resources
File PDF document EPA Green Infrastructure Permitting Fact Sheet 1: General Accountability
Accountability considerations are important in all actions involving permits or enforcement orders, regardless of the approaches used to achieve compliance with established standards. This factsheet discusses six accountability mechanisms that may be applied to permits or enforcement actions that include green infrastructure.
Located in Library
File PDF document EPA Green Infrastructure Permitting Fact Sheet 2: Combined Sewer Overflows
Green infrastructure can reduce the volume of stormwater entering combined sewer systems during precipitation events, which may reduce numbers and volumes of overflows. This factsheet addresses the evaluation of green infrastructure approaches for CSO control, the identification of quantitative implementation targets, and the incorporation of green infrastructure approaches into Long Term Control Plans.
Located in Library
File PDF document EPA Green Infrastructure Permitting Fact Sheet 3: Sanitary Sewer Overflows
Depending on the causes of SSOs for a particular system, green infrastructure approaches may be used in conjunction with grey infrastructure improvements and capacity, management, operations and maintenance (CMOM) to help eliminate SSOs. This factsheet discusses how green infrastructure approaches may be integrated into CMOM plans and CSO consent decrees.
Located in Library
File PDF document EPA Green Infrastructure Permitting Fact Sheet 4: Stormwater
Much of the aquatic ecosystem degradation associated with stormwater is caused by changes in discharge volumes, rates, and durations. This factsheet discusses how green infrastructure can be integrated into stormwater permits to maintain more natural flow regimes.
Located in Library