^     Introduction to  Section  319  of
                   the  Clean  Water Act (CWA):
                  Nonpoint Source (NFS) Management Program
Session Dates and Times
   Session 1: July 22, 2009, 1:00-2:30pm Eastern*
   Objective: Discuss NFS pollution, common best management practices, and using section 106 or other funding
   (other than 319) to help implement a NFS Program.
   Session 2: August 12, 2009, 1:00-2:30pm Eastern*
   Objective: Discuss 319 eligibility requirements and developing or revising NFS assessment and management
   Session 3: Date to be determined
   Objective: Discuss base and competitive funding processes and developing a good work plan.
   Session 4: Date to be determined
   Objective: Discuss outreach and education tools to gain support for watershed assessments, watershed plans,
   and implementing management practices to address polluted runoff.
   * There will be an optional Question & Answer session from 2:30-3:00pm for each webinar session.

You must register in advance to attend the trainings. Participants must register for each session separately. For
more information on how to register, visit the NFS Tribal Web site at www.epa.gov/owow/nps/tribal/. Infor-
mation on registering may also be found on the Tribal Training Web site at www.epa.gov/water/tribaltraining/

Certificate of completion: A certificate of completion will be generated at the end of each training for all
attendees who participate in the sessions. Participants must attend for the full duration of each session in order
to receive certificates.

Can't attend the  live sessions?
If you are unable to attend the live sessions, you will be able to access PDFs of the presentations on EPA's Tribal
NPS Web site, as well as the Tribal Training Web site.
This training will provide instruction on select sections of the Clean Water Act. The materials used in this session are for instructional
purposes only. The statutory provisions reflected in the Clean Water Act and Federal regulations contain the legally binding