Additional resources, reports and evaluations for those working on 319 grants. Success Stories and other completed work are also included in the Restoration and Protection sectionYou may need a PDF reader to view some of the files on this page. See EPA’s About PDF page to learn more.
Tribal Nonpoint Source Programs: Working to Solve Water Quality Problems (PDF)(16 pp, 11 MB,
This report illustrates the diverse work and accomplishments of tribal NPS programs supported by §319, including spotlights of projects and staff contributing to tribal NPS successes.
National Nonpoint Source Program - a Catalyst for Water Quality Improvements (PDF)(24 pp, 19 MB,
This report offers a glimpse of NPS activities underway across the United States supported by §319 and the people who are making it happen.
Applying for and Administering CWA Section 319 Grants: A Guide for State Nonpoint Source Agencies (PDF)(36 pp, 905 K,
This manual provides an overview of federal grant requirements that will guide state and territory nonpoint source agency staff when applying for and administering grants awarded under the Clean Water Act Section 319.
A National Evaluation of the Clean Water Act Section 319 Program (PDF)(197 pp, 2 MB,
This national program evaluation was conducted by EPA to improve understanding of how states utilize and leverage their 319 funds to achieve nonpoint source management program goals and to identify opportunities for improvement of the 319 program.
Section 319 Nonpoint Source National Monitoring Program Successes and Recommendations - (PDF)(36 pp, 2 MB,
The Section 319 National Monitoring Program projects have quantified water quality improvements from nonpoint source controls and strengthened strategies for effective future watershed programs. Highlights are given from 23 Section 319 National Monitoring Program projects.
Section 319 Final Project Reports Workshop (PDF)(101 pp, 3 MB,
April 6, 2000)
This document describes the purpose of Section 319 final reports, the information that should be included in the report, examples of especially effective elements from 319 reports, and ways to expand the final report to be used for outreach and education, building partnerships, and many other uses.