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  • 1. Talbot County Phase IIWatershed Implementation Plan June 5, 2012
  • 2. Talbot County Land Use Agriculture Forest & Wetlands Urban 13% 27% 60%
  • 3. 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
  • 4. Urban Strategies Urban nutrient management program. Town/Villages/Community based watershed implementation plans. Stormwater Gross Pollutant Filters. Roadside Ditch conversion to biofiltration swales. Oyster Restoration Efforts
  • 5. Residential/Commercial Nutrient Management
  • 6. 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.
  • 7. Stormwater Gross Pollutant Filters
  • 8. Ditch to Bio-Swale Conversion  370 miles County roads  75 miles Town roads  140 miles private roads  155 miles State roads
  • 9. Existing Ditch Conditions
  • 10. Ditch to Bio-Swale Conversions
  • 11. Marylanders Grow Oysters Program Graphic: Environmental Concern Inc.
  • 12. Oyster Reefs
  • 13. Potential Funding Strategies Chesapeake Bay Restoration Funds (Flush Fee) Surface Water Management Utility On-site Sewage Disposal System Management Utility