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Implementation of the Mill Creek Watershed Protection Plan

Project Goals/Objectives: Extension will continue to facilitate the Mill Creek Watershed Partnership through coordination with all key stakeholder groups and partner agencies. This will include organizing and conducting quarterly public meetings with the Partnership Steering Committee, as well as other planning and implementation meetings, as necessary and appropriate. Extension will facilitate collaborative efforts among project partners to implement management measures for all three key categories of nonpoint source pollution: urban, wastewater, and agricultural, including specific emphasis on measures identified in Tables 8.1 and 8.2 of the WPP. Extension will facilitate and coordinate outreach and education activities in the watershed to promote implementation of recommended management measures. Extension will work to track changes in water quality identified through monitoring, communicate results to stakeholders, and facilitate adaptive management activities to continue progress toward addressing nonpoint source water quality concerns in the watershed.

Project Location: Mill Creek watershed in Austin and Washington Counties

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Project Costs: Federal: $115,533; Non-federal: $77,022; Total: $192,555

Project Partners: TSSWCB; Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, Department of Soil and Crop Sciences; Mill Creek Watershed Partnership; Austin and Washington County SWCD; TWRI; Gideon-Lincecum Chapter – Texas Master Naturalist

Project Workplan: 19-12

Project QAPP

Final Report

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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