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Tennessee Hollow upper watershed revitalization project

Tennessee Hollow upper watershed revitalization project

environmental assessment.

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Published by Presidio Trust in San Francisco, CA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Restoration ecology -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.,
  • Stream conservation -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.,
  • Watershed management -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.,
  • Ecosystem management -- California -- Presidio of San Francisco.,
  • Presidio of San Francisco (Calif.) -- Environmental conditions.

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    Other titlesTennessee Hollow upper watershed revitalization project EA
    ContributionsPresidio Trust (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23105754M

    A watershed is all the land area that drains into a particular body of water, such as a creek, fork, river, swamp, wetland, lake, bay, estuary, gulf, or ocean. A watershed includes not only the streams and rivers that convey the water but also all the land that drains into them.   Live at The Grey Eagle. Prince, Tom Petty, Steve Winwood, Jeff Lynne and others -- "While My Guitar Gently Weeps" - Duration: Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Recommended for you.

    Clinch River Project Contact: Michael L. Graham Contact Address: North Hicks Street Clinton, Tennessee Contact Phone: Contact Email: [email protected] URL: Under construction Activity: Volunteer Monitoring Description: The Clinch River Project is involved with three streams. The first is an impact study involving the effect of our local high school and an apartment . This system library was created by the Publishing feature to store images that are used on pages in this site. 5 10 days ago Pages This system library was created by the Publishing feature to store pages that are created in this site. 34 4 days ago Planning Documents 9.

    1. basic watershed processes and their interrelated nature, 2. the principles of long-term watershed management, 3. the elements of successful watershed management frameworks, and 4. the benefits of the watershed management approach. Watershed management approaches are evolving throughout the country and are being used to solve tough Size: 1MB. Please include any 4-H and nonH work that relates to your project work. Item/Activity Totals Units Item/Activity Totals Units Example: Upcycled furniture to create planters items Example: Toured 3 Georgia carpet factories 6 hours H H H H 18 USC SECTION A - MAIN PROJECT Tennessee 4 .


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Restoring Tennessee Hollow. For more than a decade, revitalization has been underway within the Tennessee Hollow Watershed.

Creeks are being brought back above ground, native habitat is being restored, Army landfills have been removed, trails and playing fields are being upgraded, and the history of those who once lived here is being shared. This EA identifies the environmental effects of the proposed Tennessee Hollow Upper Watershed Revitalization Project.

The project proposed to revitalize approximately 27 acres of land within the Tennessee Hollow Watershed as one phase in an ongoing effort to transform the watershed.

The largest of the Presidio’s two watersheds, Tennessee Hollow, covers acres, or roughly 20 percent of the 1, acre park. There are two spring-fed tributaries in the Tennessee Hollow Watershed’s creek system that flow year round, and a third tributary that flows primarily when it’s raining.

The Lower Tennessee River Watershed has area in Tennessee,Georgia and Alabama and drains approximately square miles of land. The Tennessee portion of the watershed drains square miles (group 3 portion square miles/group 4 portion square miles) and includes parts of Bledsoe, Bradley, Hamilton, Loudon, Marion, McMinn, Meigs.

Watersheds by Basin, Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation, Conservation, Environment, TDEC. Watershed Sanitary Survey, November by The Presidio Trust at - the best online ebook storage. Tennessee Hollow Upper Watershed Revitalization Project Environmental Assessment, Create an account and send a request for reading Tennessee Hollow upper watershed revitalization project book other users on the Webpage of the book /5(2).

At acres, Tennessee Hollow is the largest watershed in the Presidio. Since the late s, the Presidio Trust, National Park Service, and Parks Conservancy have been working toward restoring the entire watershed from springs to bay, to restore a vibrant, contiguous, and diverse mosaic of native plant communities and wildlife habitat.

Tennessee Hollow Watershed Revitalization Project This restoration work includes El Polin Spring, Thompsen Reach, Lover’s Lane Trail, Inspiration Point Overlook, the new Presidio Parkway, and the Tennessee Hollow Eastern Tributary. This project is led by. Watershed Protection. We all live in a watershed.

Watersheds are areas of land where runoff from rain and snow drains into a lake, stream, river or wetland. Water constantly travels over the land’s surfaces that include farmland, lawns and city streets, on its course to a waterway.

Hydrology. The Lower Tennessee River Watershed, designated by the USGS, drains approximately 1, square miles, 1, square miles of which are in Tennessee.

The Group 3 portion is square miles. Figure The Lower Tennessee River Watershed is Part of the Tennessee River Basin. The Group 3 portion is shown in dark green. Our Watershed Management program provides needed information to those working to protect our natural water resources and prevent nonpoint source pollution.

See our Planning Model for our appraoch to making this impact for Tennesseans. In Septemberan ambitious plan to improve the Presidio’s Tennessee Hollow watershed is getting underway. At the crux of the plan is the restoration of a creek that runs from the famous El Polin Spring and two other springs to Crissy Field Marsh and the Bay.

Shows construction progress P.L. Authorized, under construction, completed. "From U. Geological Survey state base map at ," Indexed for watershed projects. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. The Watershed Project This site uses text, maps, satellite imagery and photographs to examine land use within the French Broad, Tennessee and Lower Mississippi watersheds.

The site will be updated as the project expands to include the Lower Mississippi River basin. A common misconception of a watershed is that it’s all about the water. 2 Watershed Plans: Protecting and Restoring Water Quality Watersheds are geographic features; they do not refl ect local political boundaries.

More often than not a watershed will cover several counties and many towns and villages. Working together, these communities can plan for the future of the watershed.

shed Project. STATEWIDE PERSPECTIVE ON TEN-NESSEE’S AGING WATERSHED DAMS There are about dams in 25 watershed pro-jects across Tennessee. Each of these projects has its own success story to tell and most have similar problems. The local investment in watershed projects statewide is estimat-ed to be $ million with an equal federal.

Watershed Awards: 10 Champions of Sustainability Janu A Decade of Firsts Decem WATERSHED Founder Featured in Notable Women Publication August 1,   About the Nolichucky and Upper French Broad Joint Watershed Restoration Project.

This 1,acre project includes private and Tribal lands in the southern Appalachian Mountains and encompasses Cocke, Greene, Washington and Unicoi counties. Upper Clinch Streambank Sedimentation Project. The project focuses on reducing sedimentation in the upper Clinch River watershed through streambank stabilization projects.

Methods will include bioengineering techniques, grading, and installation of toe protection. “It's very difficult in an urban environment to restore an entire watershed, which is what we are attempting to do,” Stringer said of the Tennessee Hollow project, which already has cost.

Locate An Office. We connect with people in all stages of life, from young children to older adults. We work with families and children, farmers and businessowners, community leaders and elected officials to build better lives, better businesses and better communities to make Ohio great.economic progress in the watershed has been built.

The abundance of water in the watershed supports the sport and commercial fisheries and the tourist industry and helps attract industry and commercial activity to the region (Hutson and others, ).

The TVA has federal responsibility for operating the reservoirs in the Tennessee River watershed.Tennessee Watershed Map. The Tennessee Department of Environment & Conservation has a good map of the watersheds of Tennessee that’s been of great help organizing the rivers and lakes of the state for the Localwaters website.

That along with their road signage throughout the state identifying the many watersheds has been an inspiration.