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Main Title EPA funds available for forestry projects : state foresters, landowners, and private organizations are eligible /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Stein, Susan.
CORP Author Forest Service, Washington, DC.
Publisher U.S. Dept. of Agriculture,
Year Published 2004
Stock Number PB2005-100164
Subjects Nonpoint source pollution--United States. ; Best management practices (Pollution prevention)
Additional Subjects US EPA ; Funds ; Forest management ; Water quality management ; Water pollution management ; Environment management ; Assessments ; Grants ; State programs ; Vermont ; Washington(State) ; Guam ; Texas ; Ohio ; California ; Nonpoint sources ; Forests ; Natural resources management ; Conservation ; Runoff ; Clean Water Act ; Watershed management ; Forestland ; Management practices ; Loans ; Organizations ; Pollution sources ; Pollution regulations ; Wildlife ; Soil erosion
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NTIS  PB2005-100164 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 01/01/1988
Collation 11 pages : illustrations color ; 28 cm
Abstract
Managers of State and private forests as well as private organizations (for example, conservation groups, watershed councils, and environmental organizations) can use funding available through the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for forest management projects and practices that reduce water pollution. As part of the Nation's 747 million acres of forested land, State and private forests are important to the environment, especially water quality. Besides providing habitat for wildlife, forests filter carbon dioxide from the air, and help prevent soil erosion. In addition, forest buffer strips along streams and lakes significantly reduce the amount of sedimentation and pollutants reaching waterways. Nonpoint source (NPS) pollution has long been recognized as a leading cause of water pollution.
Notes
FS-765. "United States Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, United States Environmental Protection Agency. "July 2004." Microfiche.