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Planning Workshops

Selected presentations from planning workshops in .pdf format.

Planning for Improved Water Quality: EPA's Nine Elements Applied to the Rio Santa Barbara

This presentation is an introduction to the planning elements identified in the Nonpoint Source Program and Grants Guidelines for States and Territories (Federal Register, October 23, 2003), using an example in New Mexico.

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NPDES Watershed Based Permitting Pilot

Watershed Based Permitting will be applied as a pilot project to municipal storm sewers in the middle Rio Grande to address water quality concerns.

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Watershed Modeling with the Spreadsheet Tool for Estimating Pollutant Load (STEPL)

This workshop will provide an overview of the Spreadsheet Tool for Estimating Pollutant Load (STEPL) model as well as demonstrating some practical New Mexico examples of calculating watershed pollutant loads during watershed planning and estimating load reductions from best management practice implementation.

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Watershed Conservation Planning using the TPL Greenprint

This presentation will provide an overview of the conservation and watershed protection priorities that have been established by partners in various Greenprints, and demonstrate how the Greenprint translates the priorities into measurable criteria. This presentation will demonstrate Greenprint tools being used to help watershed partners objectively evaluate opportunities for conservation.

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Watershed Planning to Protect and Restore New Mexico Waters with 319(h) grant funding; impairments, load reductions, and best management practices

This workshop will address the watershed based planning process as it applies to New Mexico watershed groups that are addressing nonpoint source pollution through 319(h) grant funding. The methods utilized by the Paso del Norte Watershed Council to address the Lower Rio Grande TMDL for E. coli will be presented.

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