Resources for Watershed Work

Watershed Planning

A watershed plan compiles information for a particular watershed delineation, defines targets, and sets priorities for next steps to achieve specific goals. Watershed planning is

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Flood Resilience

Hudson Estuary Watershed Resiliency Project The Hudson Estuary Watershed Resiliency Project – a collaboration between our partners at Cornell Cooperative Extension, NYS DEC’s Hudson River

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Watershed Rules and Regulations

Through a grant provided by the New York Department of Environmental Conservation and administered by the Hudson Valley Regional Council, the Hudson River Watershed Alliance and

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Green Infrastructure Case Study

Stormwater runoff can be a significant cause of water pollution – espeically in urban and suburban areas where there are considerable hard surfaces (pavement, sidewalks,

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Hudson River Watershed Maps

A watershed is the area of land from which water drains into a river, stream, or other waterbody. The Hudson River watershed covers almost 13,400 square miles, and

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Intermunicipal Watershed Models at work

Intermunicipal Watershed Models at work Black Creek Watershed Coalition Bronx River Watershed Coalition Canandaigua Lake Watershed Council Cayuga Lake Watershed Intermunicipal Council Lake George Watershed

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