This 3-part webinar series will delve into the EPA regulations that govern watershed protection and the crucial role of stormwater permitting in this regard. The series will also offer an overview of the 9 elements required by the EPA for a watershed protection plan and how they are put into practice. Join speaker Angela Walker from Stormwater University as she explores stakeholders and how the federal government supports the implementation of these plans through grants and funding. You will also learn how to identify problematic pollutants in a watershed and how to limit their impact.
Moreover, the series will discuss why watershed protections sometimes fail and how to avoid such pitfalls. Lastly, it will explore the significance of water quality standards and how protecting the watershed can substantially improve the quality of water in a region, state, territory, or tribal land.
Upon completion of this course, attendees should be able to:
- Review the Federal EPA regulations that govern watershed protections (non-point sources)
- Understand Stormwater permitting and the role that it plays in watershed protection (MS-4 permits)
- Discuss the 9 elements that the EPA requires for a watershed protection plan