Tag: CWA

The California Waterfowl Association is a statewide nonprofit organization whose principal objective is the conservation of the state’s waterfowl, wetlands, and hunting heritage. CWA believes hunters have been the most important force in conserving waterfowl and wetlands.

Bacteria Violations

Bacteria Violations

Problems with the current fecal indicator bacteria (FIB) have led to the situation where some stormwater discharges are meeting water quality bacteria criteria at the discharge point, but are leading to instream violations of the criteria below the discharge point. New stormwater discharges are pushing reservoirs of bacteria from forested

We Don’t Have Much Time

We Don’t Have Much Time

We knew it was coming, and now it’s here. The public comment period is open to determine the fate of the Clean Water Rule, also known as the Waters of the US Rule. But the window for getting your comments in is a narrow one—more details on that below.

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Waters of the US: Now’s Our Chance To Be Heard

Waters of the US: Now’s Our Chance To Be Heard

As you’re probably aware, EPA and the US Army Corps of Engineers under the new administration are proposing to rescind the beleaguered Waters of the US Rule, also known as the Clean Water Rule, that went into effect in 2015. You have a narrow window to comment if you wish

Regulating Animal Feeding Operations: A New Attempt

Regulating Animal Feeding Operations: A New Attempt

They say optimism is seeing the glass half full. They also say one definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result. You can decide for yourself whether 35 of the country’s environmental groups are optimistic or crazy, but they’re trying something that

From Titusville to Tycoons

From Titusville to Tycoons

The evolution of the oil and gas drilling industry in the US has all the essential components of a blockbuster adventure novel—colorful characters, challenging landscapes, spectacular discoveries, deals and dollars, and a lot of each of them.

Mr. Green Goes to Washington

Mr. Green Goes to Washington

Washington DC will be getting its first taste of green infrastructure soon—at least, its first such project installed by the District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority—and it’s going to be a big one. The plan is to transform 20 acres of impervious surface to make it more permeable and,

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