2009 Tribal Webinars
These Webinars took place on July 22 and August 12, 2009 as part of the Introduction to Section 319 of the Clean Water Act (CWA): Nonpoint Source (NPS) Management Program webinar series. The intended audience was tribes who want to become 319-eligible, are newly eligible, or for staff new to the 319 program. Topics included a review of nonpoint source pollution, best management practices, funding sources, creating assessment and management reports, workplan development, common 319 grant eligibility issues, and a tribal case study. Copies of the presentations are provided below.
Session 1: July 22, 2009, 1:00-2:30 pm Eastern
Objective: Discuss NPS pollution, common best management practices, and using section 106 or other funding (other than 319) to help implement a NPS Program.
- Agenda (PDF) (1 pg, 227K)
- Introduction to Section 319 of the CWA (PDF) (7 pp, 482K)
- What is Nonpoint Source Pollution? (PDF) (15 pp, 3.5 MB)
- Streams, Rivers, Lakes and Nonpoint Sources (PDF) (21 pp, 3.4 MB)
- Best Management Practices and Management Measures (PDF) (15 pp, 3.6 MB)
- Sources of Funding to Address Nonpoint Sources (PDF) (5 pp, 663K)
- Upcoming Training (PDF) (7 pp, 225K)
Session 2: August 12, 2009, 1:00-2:30 pm Eastern
Objective: Discuss 319 eligibility requirements and developing or revising NPS assessment and management plans.
- Agenda (PDF) (1 pg, 190K)
- Introduction (PDF) (7 pp, 492K)
- Overview of CWA Section 319 Grant Program and Guidelines (PDF) (13 pp, 257K)
- Section 319 Grant Eligibility Issues (PDF) (9 pp, 67K)
- Nonpoint Source Assessment Report and Management Plan Development (PDF) (26 pp, 1.5MB)
- Lac du Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians: Developing Availability Documents (PDF) (17 pp, 1.9MB)
- Upcoming Training (PDF) (9 pp, 274K)