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Recreational Use Attainability Analysis Projects

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Recreational Use Attainability Analysis for One Segment in the Red River Basin and One Waterbody in the Sabine River Basin

Project Goals/Objectives: This project will collect data to evaluate factors affecting attainment of recreational use in Lower Prairie Dog Town Fork Red River (0207)  and Little Cypress Bayou (0501B). Possible sources of bacteria will be assessed by developing a comprehensive GIS inventory, evaluating historical water quality data, and conducting a watershed source survey. To ensure decision-making is founded on local input and that watershed action is successful, public participation and stakeholder interaction will be a critical component of this project.

Recreational Use Attainability Analysis for One Waterbody in the Sulphur River Basin and One Waterbody in the Cyress Creek River Basin

Project Goals/Objectives: This project will collect data to evaluate factors affecting attainment of recreational use in White Oak Creek (0303B) and South Lilly (0409B). Possible sources of bacteria will be assessed by developing a comprehensive GIS inventory, evaluating historical water quality data, and conducting a watershed source survey. To ensure decision-making is founded on local input and that watershed action is successful, public participation and stakeholder interaction will be a critical component of this project