Watershed Resources

In this section, you will find print resources, presentations, and other electronic copies of publications and materials that were presented at the Watershed Academy May 24-25, 2016.

In this section, you will find print resources, presentations and other electronic copies of publications and materials that were presented at the Watershed Academy on October 24-25, 2017. 

In this section, you will find print resources, presentations, and other electronic copies of publications and materials that were presented at the Watershed Academy on May 9-10, 2017.

In this section, you will find print resources, presentations, and other electronic copies of publications and materials that were presented at the Watershed Academy on October 16-17, 2018.

In this section, you will find print resources, presentations, and other electronic copies of publications and materials that were presented at the Watershed Academy on May 30-31, 2018.

This interactive map of current and closed watershed projects in Iowa contains summaries of each watershed project including years active, funding, vision, and project goals.  Links are available in the summary page for the individual watershed project websites, social media, and downloadable watershed management plans if available.

Nitrate-N load estimate calculator for watershed and field scale estimates.

This collection of webinars covers water quality topics that are important for watershed coordinators and others who have an interest in water quality. The webinars are divided into six categories: General Water Quality, Land Use Practices, In-field Management Practices, Edge-of-field practices, Erosion, and Other Water Quality Topics. 

This Watershed Group Development Guide has been organized into six major topic areas; Leadership, Watershed Group Development, Performance-based Environmental Management, Water Quality and Watersheds, Water Quality, Strategies for Teaching, and Topics of Interest. The topics can be utilized separately, or as a complete curriculum, according to the skill sets and information needs of the participants. Modules 4 and 16 have been included as topics of interest; other related topics could be substituted according to the interests of the group.
A community assessment is a description of a community and its people. The purpose is to identify the needs of a community in order to provide services appropriate to those needs. A watershed-based community assessment is a description of the people who live within a watershed.
Watershed Resources | Water Quality Program

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