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Contacts for Non-EPA Organizations

Federal Government Web Sites
  • Federal Business Opportunities - Federal Business Opportunities is the single government point-of-entry for Federal government procurement opportunities over $25,000.

Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) Web Sites
  • Conservation Technology Information Center - The Conservation Technology Information Center is a national, nonprofit public/private partnership working to promote soil and water quality. Includes state contacts and information on agricultural programs that can be used to support source water protection.
  • Ground Water Foundation: Festival Expedition - Festival Expedition is an up-close, informational, 2-day workshop designed especially for those who want to learn about hosting a children's water event in their community.
  • Ground Water Foundation: Programs and Events - Contains information, publications, and tools to educate and motivate people to care for and about groundwater including public and youth education and involvement, Ground Water Guardian and source water workshops.
  • Interstate Council on Water Policy (ICWP) - ICWP is the national organization of state, interstate, and regional water resource management agencies and provides information about River Basin Organizations active in source water protection.
  • National Association of Counties (NACo) - NACo provides information for counties and local governments relating to source water including agricultural programs and a resource center, and training and technical assistance with information on land use and water quality.
  • National Ground Water Association (NGWA) - NGWA is a non-profit membership organization which provides ground water protection educational materials including the National Ground Water Information Center and Ground Water Awareness Week.
  • Rural Community Action Program (RCAP) - RCAP specializes in rural community development by providing technical assistance, training and financial resources to small communities for drinking water protection and conservation and as well as links to regional partners.
  • Trust for Public Lands (TPL) - TPL provides information about federal, national and local efforts relevant to source water protection including conservation finance, watershed protection and local programs.

Publications by Other Organizations
  • Water Education Foundation: A Workbook for Tribes - The publication includes information on the importance of protecting source water from pollution and includes a step-by-step workplan for Tribes interested in developing a protection plan for their drinking water.

State Drinking Water Protection Web sites

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