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Best Management Practice Training Materials 10/9/13
Laramie River Restoration Project 2009-2011 - Tony Hoch, Laramie Rivers CD
Small Acreage BMPs - Carrie Rogaczewski, Sheridan County CD
Advanced Treatment Wetlands - Dan Leemon, Teton CD
Water Quality BMP Monitoring Tools - Dr. Ginger Paige, University of Wyoming
Livestock Grazing BMPs - Barton Stam, University of Wyoming
Nutrient Management, Casey Sheley, Natural Resources Conservation Service
Plantings and Engineering - Cathy Rosenthal, WACD
Clean Water Act Water Quality Processes, Pollutants and Effects - Cathy Rosenthal, WACD
Wyoming Non Point Source Program BMP Manuals - Jennifer Zygmunt, WY Department of Environmental Quality

Comments and Rulings

Suitewater
The Natural Resource Planning and Analysis Tool

Publications
Wyoming Watersheds Progress Report 2009
Wyoming Water Policy - 2/1998
Wyoming Watersheds Progress Report 2011
     2011 Watershed Report introduction
     Bear River Basin
     Belle Fourche Basin
     Big Horn River Basin
     Green River Basin
     Little Snake River Basin
     North Platte River Basin
     Powder River Basin
     South Platte River Basin
     Snake River Basin
     Tongue River Basin

Water Quality Monitoring Program

Water Resource Links/Tools
Department of Environmental Quality TMDL Development Program
List of Watershed Improvement Districts in Wyoming - 7-13-11
Water Resources Data System (WRDS) Water Library
Animal Feeding Operation Producer Self Assessment - 11/2015
Septic System Tool Kit
2014 Water Management Conservation Assistance Program Directory
Wyoming Water and Climate Web Atlas

 


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Wyoming Assn. of Conservation Districts | 517 E. 19th Street | Cheyenne, WY 82001 | (307) 632-5716 phone | (307) 638-4099 fax

Mission: The Wyoming Association of Conservation Districts provides leadership for the conservation of Wyoming's soil and water resources, promotes the control of soil erosion, promotes and protects the quality of Wyoming's waters, reduce siltation of stream channels and reservoirs, promote wise use of Wyoming's water, and all other natural resources, preserve and enhance wildlife habitat, protect the tax base and promote the health, safety and general welfare of the citizens of this state through a responsible conservation ethic.