Table Mp02: Internet websites containing important information for Missouri watershed planners
Internet websites containing important information for Missouri watershed planners.
Conservation Technology Information Center - CTIC is a non-profit, public-private partnership equipping agriculture with realistic, affordable, and intergrated solutions to environmental concerns.
EPA Watershed and Wetlands - This site, created and maintained by the federal Environmental Protection Agency, is a good starting point for information about watersheds and water quality.
Funding Sources for Watershed Conservation - This site contains a comprehensive listing of private and public sources of watershed project funding, with links to many individual sites and references to many useful publications.
Know Your Watershed - This initiative works to encourage the formation of local, voluntary partnerships among all watershed stakeholders for the purpose of developing and implementing watershed plans based upon shared visions of the future.
Missouri Stream Team - This site provides specific information on activities, programs, and funding sources for volunteers who have adopted Missouri streams or otherwise committed themselves to conserving stream resources in Missouri.
Missouri Watershed Information Network - This site serves as a clearinghouse for information about Missouri watersheds.
River Network - This organization supports development of local watershed partnerships through its Watershed Assistance Grants Program. They seek to fund projects in diverse geographies that have demonstration value on a national scale.