West Virginia Chesapeake Bay Watershed Operations
West Virginia Chesapeake Bay
Bay program partners agreed to develop and carry out cooperative and voluntary Tributary Strategies to reduce the flow of nutrients and sediment loads to the Potomac River, and ultimately to the Chesapeake Bay by the year 2010, an approach that allows innovation and flexibility.
The West Virginia’s Potomac Tributary Strategy (November 2005) is a product of the West Virginia Tributary Strategy Stakeholders Working Group in cooperation with the WV Department of Environmental Protection, WV Conservation Agency, and WV Department of Agriculture.
Chesapeake Bay Watershed Nutrient and Sediment Reduction Goals http://www.wvdep.org/Docs/9657_WV_Potomac_Tributary_Strategy_FINAL from web.pdf.
The appendixes are at http://www.wvnet.org/wvts_otherdocs.htm
The December 16, 2005, West Virginia Potomac Tributary Strategy Implementation Plan was prepared by the West Virginia Potomac Tributary Strategy Implementation Committee including representatives of: West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection, West Virginia Conservation Agency, West Virginia Department of Agriculture, Cacapon Institute, and The Conservation Fund?Freshwater Institute. It may be found at http://www.wvdep.org/Docs/9654_Implementation Plan 12_15_05.pdf