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Natural Resources Extension

 
Project Name: HACD Water Quality Discretionary Grant
ASO Log No.: 96-358
Start/End Date: July 1997 through June 1998
Federal Funds: $40,000.00
Matching Funds: $40,000.00
Contractor: David Nobriga and Michael Tulang
Hawaii Association of Conservation Districts (HACD)
919 Ala Moana Blvd. Rm 309
Honolulu, HI 96814
Phone: (808) 586-4389
Fax: (808) 586-4300
Background/
Overview:
HACD has been an active partner of the Polluted Runoff Control (PRC) Program since the late 1980’s. Funds have been provided to the HACD to assist the Department of Health in non point source program development and implementation.
Objectives/Goals: To organize and convene statewide workshops and conferences on non point source pollution, provide technology transfer, and support implementations of Memorandums of Understanding (MOUs) with other state, federal, and local agencies and entities.
Methods Employed: • Worked with Hawaii Department of Agriculture to develop an agricultural water resources plan for the state
• Provided information and education to the state legislature
• Organized and facilitated the Statewide Polluted Runoff Training Conference held on November 20-21, 1998, which was attended by more than 120 people representing federal, state, county agencies, educational institutions and community groups.
• Secured other federal funds to provide assistance to the local conservation districts
Pollutants of Concern: Not applicable
Watershed: Not applicable
Size of Project: Statewide
Affected Water Bodies: Not applicable
Deliverables: Not applicable

 

       
 
 
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