National Management Measures To Control Nonpoint Source Pollution From Forestry, Draft.
This guidance document is intended to provide technical assistance to state program managers and others on the best available, most economically achievable means of reducing the nonpoint source pollution of surface and ground waters that can result from forestry activities. The guidance provides background information about silvicultural nonpoint source pollution, including where it comes from and how it enters out waters. It discusses the broad concept of assessing and addressing water quality problems on a watershed level, and it presents up-to-date technical information about how to reduce silvicultural nonpoint source pollution.
|Office of Water|
|Office of Wetlands, Oceans, and Watersheds|
|Assessment and Watershed Protection Division|
|Background Cost-Related Document|
Background Benefit-Related Document
|Tetra Tech, Inc.|