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Polluted Runoff: Nonpoint Source (NPS) Pollution

Nonpoint Source Pollution Technical Exchange Webinars

The Nonpoint Source (NPS) Technical Exchange Forum  is a series of webisodes covering  a broad variety of NPS topics.   

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Upcoming Webisodes

Past Webisodes

Upcoming Webisodes

July 13, 2021, 1pm - 2:30 Eastern

Latest in Stormwater Research

  • Tom Ballestero, University of New Hampshire
  • Andy Erikson, St. Anthony Falls Laboratory
  • James Houle, University of New Hampshire
  • Bridget Wadzuk, Villanova University

September TBD, 2021, 1pm - 2:30 Eastern

Topic: Community Engagement in Green Infrastructure Projects

Past Webinars

  • Getting to Success in Idaho’s North Fork Coeur d’Alene River Basin: The Team Behind the Progress Exit (video) May 24, 2021
    • Kajsa Eagle Van de Riet, Idaho Dept. of Environmental Quality (DEQ)
    • Wade Jerome, U.S. Forest Service
    • Ed Lider, U.S. Forest Service (Retired)
  • Applied Protection Approaches at the Watershed Scale  Exit(video) March 23, 2021
    • Peter Vincent, Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy 
    • Jennifer Buchanan,  Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council
    • Wendy Garland, Maine Department of Environmental Protection
  •  Citizen Science and MonitoringExit(video)  A National NonPoint Source National Workshop Prequel, October 27 2020 

    • 30 Years of Citizen Science Water Quality Monitoring in Texas: Challenges, Solutions, and Lessons Learned
      Jenna Walker, Deputy director of Watershed Services, The Meadow Center for Water and the Environment
    • Arkansas Stream Team: 25 Years Lessons Learned and a Vision for the Future,
      Tate Wentz, Stream Team Coordinator, Arkansas Fish and Game Commission
    • Volunteer Monitoring and Water Quality Education in Oklahoma during COVID-19 and Beyond
      Rebecca Bond, PhD, Director of Blue Thumb, Oklahoma Conservation Commission
  • Introduction to STEPL 4.4b  Exit(video) presented by Tetra Tech Inc. October 7 2020,  and Introduction to STEPL 4.4,Exit(video) presented by Tetra Tech Inc. on March 20, 2018. The webcast provided an overview of  STEPL and how to use it. STEPL is a planning-level spreadsheet model intended to facilitate the estimation of nutrient and sediment load reductions associated with Clean Water Act Section 319 projects at a HUC-12 watershed scale.  
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