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• 8 Tools for Watershed Protection in
  Developing Areas
• ABC's of TMDLs for Stakeholders
• Introduction to Trading for Water Quality
• Low Impact Development Strategies, Tools and
  Techniques  for Sustainable Watersheds
• Using EPA's Draft Handbook for Developing
  Watershed Plans to Restore and Protect Our
• Sustainable Funding for Watershed Groups
• Integrating  Wetlands into Watershed Protection
• Influencing  Behaviors Using Social Marketing
• Integrating  Drinking Water into Watershed
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                December 2006
         About the Watershed Academy
The Watershed Academy is a focal point in EPA's Office of Water for
 providing training and information on implementing watershed
approaches. The Academy sponsors live classroom training, online
distance learning modules through the Watershed Academy Web at
www.epa.gov/watertrain/, and most recently, Webcasts on various
        watershed planning and restoration topics.
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