dealing with natural resource issues on a watershed basis

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 Saturday!The video of our recent webinar "Protecting the Investment" is now up on our YouTube channel! You will also find the recorded Q&A with Paul there as well... ... See MoreSee Less
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Innovation and multiple benefits at several different levels…We always enjoy keeping up with TRWD - Tarrant Regional Water District.Did you know when TRWD completes the recently announced Cedar Creek Wetlands in 2035, it will have two water reclamation facilities that together will be capable of providing an additional 188,000 acre feet of water to our supply each year? The George W. Shannon Wetlands near Richland-Chambers was completed in 2013, and is capable of producing a yield of 100,000 acre feet/yr. The new Cedar Creek Wetlands, which will be will built just west of the lake, will provide an additional 88,000 acre feet/yr of yield.To put that in perspective, the combined wetland projects could provide more water than the annual yield of Cedar Creek Lake (175,000 acre feet/yr), as well as the combined annual yields of Lake Bridgeport and Eagle Mountain Lake (79,000 acre feet/yr). Richland-Chambers, which is the third largest lake wholly located in Texas, can provide a yield of approximately 210,000 acre feet/yr.To learn more, go to ... See MoreSee Less
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