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Rogue Basin Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) Implementation Program

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Program Summary

Current Implementation

Meeting Information

Education and Outreach Information

Documents, Links, and Other Useful Information

Brochures

Upcoming Events

 
Program Summary

To meet the requirements of the Rogue Basin TMDL under the Clean Water Act, local municipalities and irrigation districts are implementing a variety of management strategies to improve water quality by reducing or eliminating temperature and bacteria inputs to local water ways including the Rogue River.  The strategies are being implemented over a five-year period and vary by jurisdiction or entity and include riparian restoration to improve stream shade, water quality monitoring, management of urban runoff, education and outreach, ordinances, on the ground projects and control structures, erosion prevention and sediment control, and staff training.

Implementation of plans run from July 1st through June 30th.

 

Current Implementation

Beginning in mid-2016, groups working on TMDLs in the Middle Rogue Basin (Bear Creek and the Rogue Basin) began meeting jointly to complete their implementation plans.  This page was revised to reflect the combined efforts and be a landing page for both TMDLs.

Rogue Basin Schedule - Year 7 (Year 2 of revised plan)

Bear Creek Schedule - Year 8 (Year 3 of revised plan)

Meeting Information

Joint Rogue Basin and Bear Creek TMDL Meeting was held on Wednesday April 19th, 2017 from 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. 

Upcoming Joint TMDL Quarterly Meetings held in the RVCOG Conference Rm. from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

  • Wednesday, July 19th, 2017 
  • Wednesday, October 18th, 2017
  • Wednesday, January 17th, 2018

Education and Outreach Information

Documents, Links, and Other Useful Information

Bear Creek and Rogue Basin Riparian Planting Plan - December 2010

Septic Systems - How They Work and How to Keep Them Working

Jackson County Rural Living Handbook

Urban Living Handbook - A Resource for Jackson County Living and Stewardship

FEMA Floodplain Model Ordinance (Recommended for Puget Sound Area Compliance - first in the nation)

Jackson County Recycling Directory

Josephine County Recycling/Composting Locations

Josephine County Reuse Locations

Agencies Responsible For Water Quality Concerns

Oak Habitat Restoration

Native Tree Species

Rain Gardens - How to design and construct a successful professional rain garden

Water Conservation Tips

Brochures

Taking Care of Streams in Jackson County

Taking Care of Streams in Josephine County

OSU Extension Josephine County brochure.

Grants Pass Stream Enhancement brochure.

Oregon Dept of Agriculture brochure.

 

Upcoming Events

Project Contacts

RVCOG

Greg Stabach, Natural Resources Project Manager, (541) 423-1370

 

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