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EPA recently published the Catalog of Federal Funding Sources for Watershed Protection (Second Edition), EPA 841-B-99-003.

  • The Catalog provides information to watershed practitioners on Federal funding programs that might be available to fund different aspects of watershed protection and local-level watershed projects.
  • Copies of the new funding catalog are available at no charge from the National Service Center for Environmental Publications (NSCEP) at: Phone: (513) 489-8190 or (800) 490-9198, Fax: (513) 489-8695). (Please include the document number (EPA 841-B-99- 003) when order the document.)
  • A copy of the Catalog will also be posted as soon as possible on the Watershed Academy’s web site for browsing and downloading at: http://www.epa.gov/OWOW/watershed/wacademy/fund.html

Friends of the Chicago River Publishes Voices of the Watershed Handbook

Voices of the Watershed: A Guide to Urban Watershed Management Planning

a handbook on the experiences of the North Branch Watershed Project, is an 83 page handbook designed to assist organizations developing watershed plans in urban areas and to address non-point source pollution issues. Single copies of the document are available free by contacting:

Friends of the Chicago River
407 S. Dearborn Street, Suite 1580
Chicago, IL 60605
(312) 939-0490
e-mail: friends@chicagoriver.org

Conservation Biology Magazine Will Launch in June 2000

Beginning in June 2000, the Society for Conservation Biology is launching a new magazine aimed at making the latest research in conservation biology more accessible to practitioners, managers, and policy makers. Called Conservation Biology in Practice, the magazine will focus on current tools, techniques, and case studies to help professionals stay abreast of state-of-the-art conservation biology. The 40-page, bimonthly magazine is available for an annual subscription fee of $30. The magazine is seeking partnerships and foundation support for the critical start-up phase of its publication. For more information, contact:
Kathryn Kohm, editor
Ph. (206) 685-4724/Fax (206) 543-3041
kkohm@u.washington.edu
(Source: The Biodiversity Project)

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