Texas Watershed Planning

June 2-6, 2008

Agenda, Participants

Monday, June 2, 2008
Wagner Introduction
Lehman Nine Elements of a Watershed Protection Plan
Rush/Wendt State and Federal Perspectives on WPPs
Lehman EPA Watershed Plan Builder
MacPherson Working with Stakeholders to Move the Process Forward
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
MacPherson Using Outreach to Develop & Implement WPPs - Element E
Dictson Partnership Building Experiences in Plum Creek
MacPherson Communicating to Diverse Audiences to Achieve Your Goals
Lehman Web-Based Tools for Watershed Assessment & Management
Wendt Defining the Scope of the WPP
Dictson/Hauck/Wagner Gathering data to assess your watershed
Kenimer Analyzing Data to Characterize Your Watershed
Lamb Expectations for Element A
Wednesday, June 4, 2008
Hauck Overview of Models for Estimating Pollutant Loads & Reductions
Kenimer Spreadsheet/Time Variable Models
Harmel Perspectives on Monitoring, Modeling and Decision Making
Miranda Setting Goals & Identifying Load Reductions Needed
Wendt Expectations for Element B
Kenimer Pollutant Fate and Transport Mechanisms
Wagner/Wendt Agricultural NPS Measures and WQMPs
Davenport Urban NPS Measures
Miranda Wastewater Treatment Systems
Thornton/Rast Other Approaches to Managing Pollutant Sources
Thornton/Rast Prioritizing and Selecting Management Measures
Thursday, June 5, 2008
Rush Overview and Expectations for Element C
Davenport Targeting Critical Areas and Scheduling Implementation
Davenport Developing Interim Milestones & Criteria to Measure Progress
Hauck Designing & Implementing Effectiveness Monitoring - Element I
Mendelman Using Volunteer Monitoring For Assessment and Outreach
Peterson Texas Watershed Steward Program
Jarocki Financing Watershed Implementation
Rush/Wendt Expectations for Element D
Friday, June 6, 2008
Wagner/Wendt Putting It All Together - Then What?
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