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Sep. 1, 2014 U.S. Forest Service Publication

Stream Temperature Variability and Salmon

The July issue of Science Findings (a U.S. Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station publication) is devoted to salmon, stream temperatur... More

Sep. 2, 2014 National Estuarine Research Reserve Releases new manual

Low Impact Development Manual for Coastal South Carolina

This project evolved out of many years of development and design professionals indicating the need for a Low Impact Development (LID) Manual tha... More

Sep. 2, 2014 The Russell Family Foundation Stormwater Report

Polluted Runoff/Green Infrastructure Field Scan and Opportunity Assessment

The Russell Family Foundation (TRFF) launched an “opportunity assessment and field scan” in October 2013 to evaluate the foundation’s Pollute... More

Sep. 9, 2014 Mine funds environmental projects in Okanogan County

Operators of the Buckhorn Gold Mine near Chesaw will soon spend $180,000 on projects benefiting the environment across Okanogan County.

YAKIMA –Operators of the Buckhorn Gold Mine near Chesaw will soon spend $180,000 on projects benefiting the environment across Okanogan County.... More

Sep. 10, 2014 Public comment period: Hanford permit for discharging treated liquids

The comment period is now open and runs through October 10, 2014.

The Department of Ecology invites you to comment on the renewal of Hanford’s permit for discharging treated liquids from the Effluent Treatment F... More

Sep. 12, 2014 Benton City's shoreline plan considered

Public can weigh in on program to protect water�s edges

YAKIMA – A program to manage about 2.5 miles of Yakima River shoreline within Benton City is open for comment through the Washington Department... More

Sep. 15, 2014 Washington Department of Ecology

Grant County shoreline program approved

SPOKANE – A program to manage shorelines along six rivers and 80 lakes within Grant County, including portions of the Columbia River and Banks... More

Sep. 16, 2014 Pesticide Levels in Waterways Have Dropped, Reducing the Risks to Humans

A study finds that restrictions on certain pesticides have helped, but city streams are more contaminated than ever.

The New York Times By MICHAEL WINES The development of safer pesticides and legal restrictions on their use... More

Sep. 16, 2014 Washington Department of Ecology -- NEWS

More time to comment on Yakima water temperature plan

YAKIMA – Following requests from stakeholders at a recent public meeting, the Washington Department of Ecology has extended the comment period... More

Sep. 16, 2014 2015 Ohio Stormwater Conference

Call for Abstracts and Posters - Deadline November 10, 2014

The 2015 Ohio Stormwater Conference is now accepting abstracts for the 2015 Conference to be held May 6-8, 2015 at the Kalahari Resort and Confer... More

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