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The Water Quality and Quantity Committee (QQ) comprises municipalities, counties, water and sanitation districts, and conservancy districts in the headwaters region of Colorado located in Grand, Summit, Eagle, Pitkin, Park and Gunnison counties. QQ’s purpose is to facilitate and augment the efforts of member jurisdictions to protect and enhance the region’s water quality while encouraging its responsible use for the good of Colorado citizens and the environment.
Published in Colorado Headwaters

Written by Chris Dickens With Myanmar opening up and development of its water resources occurring at a fast rate, there is an urgent need to understand the river situation and to ask questions of how best to manage these rivers so that they continue to provide services to a society that appears destined to grow. An issue that is already suggesting that things are not as good as they could be,...

Published in Middle Irrawady
Thursday, 17 December 2015 02:53

The Hawk Creek Watershed Project

The Hawk Creek Watershed drains approximately 623,105 acres (974 square miles) of land in Chippewa, Kandiyohi, and Renville Counties. It is comprised of a main tributary (Hawk Creek) and several other streams that flow directly into the Minnesota River. Best Management Practices (BMPs) are used to protect and/or restore areas with water quality, erosion, and water quantity problems.
Published in Minnesota

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