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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 Webcasts on various watershed planning and
restoration topics and provides online distance learning
modules through the Watershed Academy Web.
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	ABC's of TMDLs for Stakeholders
	Introduction to Trading for Water Quality Protection
	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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EPA's Office of Wetlands, Oceans and Watersheds
1200 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20460
EPA 841 -K-17-001
March 2017
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presentation with companion audio. You can elect to
participate either by telephone or streaming audio
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computer's capabilities. Question-and-answer periods
offer participant interaction with the instructors.
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EPA's free Webcasts provide training and
information for busy watershed practitioners like
you. Anywhere in the world, you can have this
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Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis
and opens approximately one week prior to each
These 2-hour Web seminars help watershed
organizations, agencies, municipalities, and private
industry create more sustainable communities
using a comprehensive watershed approach.
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EPA staff for technical accuracy. However, the views of the
speakers and the speakers organizations are their own and
do not necessarily reflect those of the EPA. Mention of any
commercial enterprise, product, or publication does not
mean that EPA endorses them.