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Source Protection Handbook
This publication serves as the most expansive and detailed guide for government agencies, water suppliers, and community advocates seeking to implement source water protection programs. The topics covered include identifying source water conservation needs, implementing funded source water programs, and acquiring lands for source water protection. The handbook summarizes research about drinking water and public health, the costs of not protecting water sources, and the management of watersheds.
|Author:||Kim Hopper and Caryn Ernst
|Publisher: ||The Trust for Public Land &
American Water Works Association