Texas Watershed Planning

January 12-16, 2009

Agenda, Participants

Monday, January 12, 2009
Wagner Introduction
Nine Elements of a Watershed Protection Plan
Banks, Carter, Rush, Wendt Perspectives on WPPs
MacPherson Working with Stakeholders to Move the Process Forward
Dictson Partnership Building Experiences in Plum Creek
Tuesday, January 13, 2009
MacPherson Using Outreach to Develop & Implement WPPs - Element E
Wendt Defining the Scope of the WPP
Dictson/Wagner Gathering data to assess your watershed
T. Davenport Analyzing Data to Characterize Your Watershed
MacPherson Communicating to Diverse Audiences to Achieve Your Goals
McDonnell Web-Based Tools for Watershed Assessment & Management
L. Hamilton Revising the Texas Water Quality Standards
Lamb Expectations for Element A
Wednesday, January 14, 2009
Hauck Overview of Models for Estimating Pollutant Loads & Reductions
Kenimer Simple Tools for Estimating Loads and Load Reductions
Harmel Perspectives on Monitoring, Modeling and Decision Making
Wendt Expectations for Element B
Kenimer Pollutant Fate and Transport Mechanisms
T. Davenport Urban NPS Measures
Wagner Agricultural NPS Measures
Lesikar Wastewater Treatment Systems
Thursday, January 15, 2009
Thornton Other Approaches to Managing Pollutant Sources
Wolfe Cedar Creek Reservoir Case Study
Rush Overview and Expectations for Element C
Dictson Texas Watershed Steward Program
T. Davenport Targeting Critical Areas and Scheduling Implementation
T. Davenport Developing Interim Milestones & Criteria to Measure Progress
Hauck Designing & Implementing Effectiveness Monitoring - Element I
Pinchback Using Volunteer Monitoring For Assessment and Outreach
Rush Expectations for Element D
Banks Cost - Benefit Analysis in Hickory Creek
Thornton Connecting with the Community
Friday, January 16, 2009
Jarocki Financing Watershed Implementation
Dictson Putting It All Together
Thornton Implementing your WPP
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