SPRING RIVER WATERSHED INITIATIVE

Spring River Watershed Management Plan (FINAL):

 

View the Final Version of the Spring River Watershed Management Plan below: 

 

Spring River Watershed Management Plan Part I (FINAL)

Spring River Watershed Management Plan Part II (FINAL)

Spring River Watershed Management Plan Part III (FINAL)

 

 

References​​

 

Fajardo, Bauder, and Cash. 3rd Quarter 2001. Managing Nitrate and Bacteria in Runoff from Livestock Confinement Areas with Vegetative Filter Strips. Journal of Soil and Water Conservation. Vol 56, No. 3, 185-191.

 

Sweeten, John M. Cattle Feedlot Waste Management Practices for Water and Air Pollution Control. Texas A&M University.

 

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). 1992. Agricultural waste management field handbook. Soil Conservation Service. Washington, D.C.

 

Ackerman, E.O. and A.G. Taylor. 1995. Stream impacts due to feedlot runoff, p 119-125. In Animal waste and the land-water interface, K. Steele, ed. Lewis Publishers, New York.

 

Daniel, T.C., A.N. Sharpley, D.R. Edwards, R. Wedepohl and J.L. Lemunyon. 1994. Minimizing surface water eutrophication from agriculture by phosphorus management. J. Soil and Water Cons. 49: 30-38.

 

Doran, J.W. and D.M. Linn. 1979. Bacteriological quality of runoff water from pasture land. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 37: 985-991.

 

Duda, A.M. and D.S. Finan. 1983. Influence of livestock on non-point source nutrient levels of streams. Trans. of the ASAE. 26: 1710-1716.

 

Kauffman, J.B. and W.C. Krueger. 1984. Livestock impacts on riparian ecosystems and streamside management implications. A review. J. Range Manage. 37: 430-437.

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