1 pm bill wolinski talbot county watershed implementation plan phase ii clean water conferencePresentation Transcript
Talbot County Phase IIWatershed Implementation Plan June 5, 2012
Talbot County Land Use Agriculture Forest & Wetlands Urban 13% 27% 60%
TMDL Implementation Stakeholders Maryland Department of Agriculture Maryland Department of Natural Resources Town of St. Michaels Town of Oxford Town of Easton Town of Trappe Talbot County Office of Environmental Health Talbot County Office of Planning and Zoning Talbot County Department of Public Works Natural Resources Conservation Service Talbot County Soil Conservation District University of Maryland Extension Farm Bureau Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy Chesapeake Bay Program
Town/Villages/CommunityWIP Plans Work with Incorporated Towns, Villages and residential subdivisions to assist them in the development and implementation of pollution reduction plans specifically structured to their residents.
Stormwater Gross Pollutant Filters
Ditch to Bio-Swale Conversion 370 miles County roads 75 miles Town roads 140 miles private roads 155 miles State roads
Existing Ditch Conditions
Ditch to Bio-Swale Conversions
Marylanders Grow Oysters Program Graphic: Environmental Concern Inc.
Potential Funding Strategies Chesapeake Bay Restoration Funds (Flush Fee) Surface Water Management Utility On-site Sewage Disposal System Management Utility