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Polluted Runoff: Nonpoint Source Pollution

Nonpoint Source Tribal Resources and Training

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Watershed Based Plan Example:

Many tribes are pursuing watershed based planning efforts to better protect and restore their water resources. For examples of watershed based plans in your EPA Region, contact your EPA Tribal NPS Coordinator. The Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe developed a plan for the Dungeness River Watershed. Dungeness River Watershed Based Plan (PDF)(155 pp, 5.6MB) Exit

Tribal Workshop Materials:

The tribal NPS program has supported in-person regional training opportunities for several years, as well as two national tribal NPS conferences. Check with your EPA Regional Tribal Coordinator (contact information below) for upcoming training opportunities.

Handbook, Webcasts and Other Reference Materials

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