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Issues & Solutions› Stormwater Management

Northwest Florida Water Management District - The Northwest Florida Water Management District website features data, publication, and news for the area from the St. Marks River Basin in Jefferson County to the Perdido River in Escambia County.

International Erosion Control Association - The International Erosion Control Association (IECA) is an association devoted to helping members solve the problems caused by erosion and its byproduct—sediment through stormwater management and natural resource protection.

Green Roofs - Green Roofs for Healthy Cities is a not-for-profit industry association working to promote the industry throughout North America. 

Florida Stormwater Management Academy – University of Central Florida - The Stormwater Management Academy is dedicated to the protection and enhancement of valuable surface and groundwater supplies for the benefit of present and future generations.  They provide training and information resources for stormwater management.

EPA Stormwater Best Management Practices - The EPA’s Best Management Practices are based on the Stormwater Phase II Rule's six minimum control measures: public education, illicit discharge detection & elimination, construction, post-construction, and pollution prevention.

Managing Wet Weather with Green Infrastructure - The EPA and four EPA and four national partner groups signed an agreement to promote green infrastructure as an environmentally preferable approach to stormwater management. The website contains definitions, resources, and research information on green infrastructure.

Reducing Stormwater Costs through Low Impact Development (LID) - An EPA report that provides information on the costs and benefits of using Low Impact Development (LID) strategies and practices to help protect and restore water quality.

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