Water resources are the waters that are used for human consumption, industry or wildlife habitat. This category includes all scientific aspects of those waters, including information on hydrology, water supply, distribution, quality, wastewater, flooding, surface water (rivers, streams, and lakes), groundwater, drinking water, water treatment technology and policies.
International nonprofit scientific and educational society dedicated to the improvement of drinking water quality and supply.
Information from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on flood protection projects, navigation projects, and shore and bank protection projects being conducted in the state.
Overview of project, Master Plan, FAQs, current projects, community meetings and public education.
Promoting the understanding and management of lakes, ponds, and watershed associations in the state.
Program by the state's Department of Environmental Protection to acquire data on water depth, quality, aquatic vegetation and bottom materials for the lakes and ponds for which the State has management and recreational responsibilities.
Program of the University of Connecticut and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration that fosters the conservation and wise use of aquatic, coastal and marine resources through research, outreach and education.
Voluntary program that encourages inland and coastal marina operators to minimize pollution.
Program description, FAQs, Streamwalk manual and links to related sites.
Newsletter and information on events, board of directors, projects and field offices.
Includes look at the history and evolution of the state's tidal wetlands, by Ron Rozsa, Ecologist, Office of Long Island Sound Programs, Connecticut DEP. Provided in PDF format.
Ecological and recreational information from the Connecticut DEP on lake also known as Naubesatuck Lake, which straddles the towns of Mansfield in Tolland County, and Windham in Windham County.
Photo and information from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
EPA/UConn project provides real-time water quality monitoring data from Long Island Sound in order to enhance the appreciation, knowledge and use of The Sound.
Organization dedicated to the preservation of the Quinnipiac River, which originates in the ridges of Farmington and Plainville, and flows to its estuary in New Haven on Long Island Sound. Maps, photos, events calendar, programs and membership information.
Statewide coalition of river organizations and individuals formed to protect and enhance the state's rivers by promoting sound river and watershed policies.
Statewide nonprofit dedicated to protecting and enhancing Connecticut’s rivers, streams and watersheds.
Satewide nonprofit dedicated to protecting and enhancing all of Connecticut's waterways. Mission, programs, events, publications, resources and links.
Promotes the protection and enhancement of the biological, physical and chemical integrity of Long Island Sound and its watershed. Information on programs, geological history, weather, tides, fishing and boating, and membership.
Dedicated to educating children and adults about Long Island Sound and its watershed. News, volunteer and job opportunities, newsletter, membership, information about schooner and educational programs and events.
Environmental profile, including water quality, beach monitoring sites, stream gauging stations, real-time water data, fact sheets and other information for the state's watersheds. Also provides interactive map which provides further information on local watersheds.
Voluntary, cooperative effort to share organizational resources and to develop a regional approach to natural resource protection that grew out of locally led workshops held by the region's Soil and Water Conservation Districts.
Covering Stonington to New Haven.
Covering New Haven to Greenwich.
Earth science agency which provides hydrologic information and appraises water resources for the government.
Information on projects and programs conducted throughout the state.
Data from the U.S. Geological Survey includes current conditions, surface and groundwater, water quality and use.
Photo and information from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on flood control project located along the east bank of the Naugatuck River in both Waterbury and Watertown.
Overview of program that provides technical and financial assistance to watersheds of 250,000 or fewer acres in the state.
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