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Identifying Critical Areas in Your Watershed


Aired: March 16, 2011 from noon to 1pm Eastern

Critical area identification is a challenging component of watershed planning, in part because there are no "best practices" that guide groups through the process. This webinar will describe several strategies that watershed groups have used to determine critical source areas or critical subwatersheds, discuss pros and cons of the methods, and present resources other groups can use in determining critical areas in their own watersheds. 


Meet the Presenters:

Jane Frankenberger, Purdue University

Kris Vance, White River and Lincoln Hills RC&D

Robert Miller, NRCS (formerly of the Central Muscatatuck Watershed)



Presentation slides (in pdf): Frankenberger, Vance, Miller

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