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- Creative Partnerships
- Multi Purpose Decision Support Systems for Source Water Protection Strategies
- SWP Through Conservation Funding
- Nutrient Reduction Successes
- Funding for Source Water Protection
- Forming & Sustaining Collaboratives
- Linking SWP to Emergency Preparedness
- Source Water Protection Through Forestry Partnerships
Funding for Source Water Protection
SWC Learning Exchange: Funding Source Water Protection
Securing clean drinking water is increasingly difficult in the United States. Aging infrastructure, increasing demand, extreme weather fueled by climate change, and rapidly developing landscapes are taxing capacities, driving up cost of water treatme...Read More >
“Securing a sustainable source of funding was key to our success. Together, eight cities and water districts that provide drinking water to over 300,000 Oregonians could maximize impact and save money by capitalizing on economies of scale, and could do so in a manner that was fair to all.”
– Kim Swan, Water Resources Manager, Clackamas River Water Providers
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The Funding For Source Water Protection Webinar
Hear about new eligibilities for accessing the Drinking Water State Revolving Funds for source water protection, and tips for leveraging ...
Watch The Webinar
The Accelerating Investment In Watershed Protection Webinar
Featured panelists: U.S. Endowment for Forestry and Communities; World Resources Institute; and Beaver Water District
Key Funding Resources Every Source Water Stakeholder Should Know
Download a resource document with quick links and descriptions of various government and private grants.
Nebraska Pioneers DW Management Plans To Access CWA Funds For Source Water Protection
Oregon Coalition Pools $ To Finance Source Water
Learn how Clackamas River Water Providers combines membership dues and grants to fund projects and research.
Leveraging Federal Funding To Restore New Hampshire Drinking Water
Restoring Pennichuck Water Works’ Source Watershed