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Section 319 Nonpoint Source Program Success Story, Maryland: Collaborative Planning Leads to Community-Wide Solutions

EPA Number: 841F05004N
Date of Publication:August, 2005
Pages:2
AudienceAdult Public, concerned citizens, Regulated Community, State and local government

Available from:
WEBhttp://www.epa.gov/owow/nps/Success319/state/pdf/md_georges.pdf
Describes the success of the Nonpoint Source Program in the Georges Creek Watershed in Maryland, which was impaired by acid mine drainage, sewer overflows, nutrients, and suspended sediments.

Keywords:
Acid Mine Drainage
Aquatic Life
Georges Creek
Maryland
Neff Run
Nonpoint Source Pollution (NPS)
Nonpoint Source Management Program
Nonpoint Source Program
Nutrients
Restoration
Sediments
Watershed Groups
Watershed Management


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