319 Project Presentations - 2011

 

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07-1000: Strawberry River Sub Watershed Monitoring (PDF)(PPT)
 
The primary objective of Arkansas State University’s project was to measure the effectiveness of the BMPs via water quality parameter measures (Total Suspended Solids, Nitrate, Nitrite, Orthophosphate) prior to, during and following BMP implementation
07-400: West Fork White River Stream Restoration(PDF)(PPT)
 
The goal of the Watershed Conservation Resource Center’s project was to restore unstable sections of the West Fork White River (WFWR) to reduce sediment loads from banks, improve water quality, and enhance aquatic and terrestrial habitat.
08-700: Forestry BMP Survey(PDF)(PPT)
 
The purpose of the Arkansas Forestry Commission’s Arkansas Silvicultural Non-point Source (NPS) Project is to assess Best Management Practices (BMP) assessment statewide to determine implementation rates.
08-800: St. Francis & Lee County Larkin Creek Sediment Prevention Demonstration(PDF)(PPT)
 
08-900: L'Anguille River Riparian Modeling(PDF)(PPT)
 
09-700: Eleven Point Cost Share(PDF)(PPT)
The objective was to improve land uses in the Eleven Point Watershed in Randolph County and to implement conservation plans on pasture and hay land along the Eleven Point River.
 
09-1700: Stormwater Training(PDF) (PPT)
09-1700: Stormwater Training Pt 2(PDF) (PPT)

*These projects were presented in September 2011 using various versions of Microsoft PowerPoint. You can download the originals by selecting the second link, with .pptx or .ppt. In addition, the presentations have been converted to PDF format. If you do not have PowerPoint, if your version is not able to open the newer files, or if you want to download the document quicker, use the PDF format. It is not as pretty, but the information is still there.

Project Summaries are submitted to the Nonpoint Source Pollution Management Program, and are archived in the 319 Project Document Database. They may not be available for all projects.