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Establishment of a Watershed Coordinator for the North Bosque River Watershed

Project Goals/Objectives: A major goal is to provide a single point of contact for all activities in the watershed related to: demonstration, conservation, and pollution prevention projects; applicable Federal and State rules and regulations; and water quality data. The objectives of this project include identifying all pollution prevention projects and measures that are currently underway in the watershed, tracking the progress of these projects and measures, tracking rules and regulations that affect operations of entities in the watershed, reviewing water quality data for trend identification, providing opportunities for efficient and effective use of resources, and communicating through regularly scheduled meetings and the Brazos River Authority's web site current information related to the activities within the watershed. Another objective of this project is to identify areas within the watershed that may not have received the attention necessary to reduce potentially detrimental impacts to water quality.

Project Location: North Bosque River Watershed, Segments 1226 and 1255

Project Costs: Federal ($190,815); Non-Federal Match ($127,213); Total Project ($318,028)

Project Participant(s): TSSWCB and Brazos River Authority

Project Workplan:  03-18

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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