EPA’s Watershed Academy will host a webinar on its new online “Model My Watershed” tool on Thursday, March 9 from 1:00pm to 3:00pm (eastern). The tool allows users to model and run scenarios for stormwater runoff and water quality impacts. During the webinar, presenters will provide an overview and a demonstration of the tool, and highlight how it… Read More
Traditional water supply, sewage, and stormwater management systems create physical and institutional barriers that fracture the natural water cycle. This approach has negative environmental impacts and creates financial burdens for governments, taxpayers, and utility users. Many municipalities are taking steps to repair the fractured water system and these experiences provide a basis for sharing the… Read More
Here is a report on June and July E. coli in Bear Lake beaches. Note that this is the old methodology that we have been using, and 300 colonies per 100ml sample is the threshold for unsafe swimming. This measures live E. coli. As Tom Reichard (DHD#10) notes, the new (qPCR) methodology results have not been… Read More
The Bear Lake Improvement Board (BLIB) plans to treat about 10 acres of eurasianwater milfoil in Bear Lake on June 23, 2014 if the weather permits.