HARC Researcher, Ryan Bare, will present on the Double Bayou Watershed Protection Plan at the Eddie V Gray Wetland Center on May 1, 2019.
Double Bayou Watershed Protection Plan
HARC is working with the Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board to engage stakeholders in developing a Watershed Protection Plan (WPP). A WPP is a locally developed, voluntary watershed management plan that helps to restore and protect water quality. The WPP process engages stakeholders in a collaborative and participatory approach in watershed planning.
The project is led by Dr. Stephanie Glenn, Senior Research Scientist and Program Director of Hydrology and Watersheds. HARC is partnering with the USGS and Shead Conservation Solutions on the Double Bayou Watershed Protection Plan. USGS will conduct water quality monitoring and Shead Conservation Solutions will engage in stakeholder outreach.
The work will include water quality monitoring, data assessment, potential pollutant load modeling, and development of a WPP that engages stakeholders in decisions such as the most suitable Best Management Practices for their watershed.
To learn more about Double Bayou Watershed Protection Plan, please visit http://www.doublebayou.org
The stormwater connection from rain to recreation is an interactive web application designed to describe how a variety of land uses interact with stormwater (rain water plus surface water runoff) in and near the Clear Creek and Armand Bayou watersheds.