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The National Watershed Coalition is a nonprofit organization composed of national, regional, state and local organizations, associations and individuals who advocate using watersheds as the planning and implementation unit when dealing with natural resource problems.

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National Watershed Coalition

National Watershed Coalition

The NWC is a nonprofit Coalition of national, regional, state, and local entities, that advocate dealing with natural resource issues on a watershed basis.

Happy January 2024! We’ve been in the deep freeze for several weeks around here. With some snow, ice and wind that has made outdoor activity MISERABLE. Some of our Montana, South Dakota and Iowa friends have been sending us time and temp pictures that make our -5 look like child’s play.So…while hanging out by the stove and letting hounds out and in…I’ve been thinking about inspections. More accurately the potential for problems on our structures that freeze/thaw cycles and expanding ice cover can bring. We are very familiar with pipe separation and leaning inlets following extreme winter weather. While now is not the time to be out and about…it is a great time to be planning for spring inspections. Gathering files, rereading recent inspection reports, mapping an efficient route, checking equipment and lining up any additional assistance you need..can all be done indoor while avoiding this wide spread cold. So take heart, warmer temperatures are on the way (we’re up to 33 today🥶😅) and Spring inspections are just around the corner! ... See MoreSee Less
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The NWC is in Waxahatche, TX this morning for the Texas Association of Watershed Sponsors (TAWS) Sponsor Land Rights Session. Many important Texas watershed project partners here to discuss project issues related to easements and land rights work. TAWS has put together an excellent lineup of speakers! ... See MoreSee Less
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NWC present for an OKC Farm Bill session with House Ag Committee Chair G. T. Thompson and Past Chair Frank Lucas..! ... See MoreSee Less
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Photos from West Virginia Conservation Agency's post ... See MoreSee Less
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Wendie Sharp, GIS Specialist for OCC sharing information on the Agency's upstream flood control easement project - "Managing Easement Information in a Digital Age". ... See MoreSee Less
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Great tour yesterday, more photos to come!Day 2 begins…Keith Owen-NACD addresses future Conservation Leadership questions… ... See MoreSee Less
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