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Land management plan for the watersheds of the Sudbury Reservoirs

Land management plan for the watersheds of the Sudbury Reservoirs

2005-2014

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Published by Massachusetts Department of Conservaton and Recreation, Division of Water Supply Protection, Office of Watershed Management in [Boston?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Watershed management -- Massachusetts -- Sudbury Reservoir Watershed,
  • Forest management -- Massachusetts -- Sudbury Reservoir Watershed,
  • Sudbury Reservoir Watershed (Mass.)

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by the Massachusetts Department of Conservaton and Recreation, Division of Water Supply Protection, Office of Watershed Management.
    ContributionsMassachusetts. Office of Watershed Management.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTC424.M4 L36 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 161 p. :
    Number of Pages161
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16954600M
    LC Control Number2006460890

      Watershed management (WM) strategies, such as rain water harvesting (RWH), enhance the land productivity by enhancing the water availability for rainfed agriculture in . The Sudbury Reservoir ( square miles) is an emergency backup Boston metropolitan water reservoir in Massachusetts, located predominantly in Southborough and Marlborough, with small sections in Westborough and Framingham. It was created when the Sudbury Dam was constructed to impound the Stony Brook branch of the Sudbury River; no part of the reservoir lies in the town of Sudbury.

      The Sudbury Reservoir is located in Southborough and Marlborough and the Foss Reservoir is located in Framingham. Although not currently in use, the reservoirs are on standby status and could be activated in the event of an emergency. The lands that drain into both pressrooms (their watersheds) are protected. Watershed Approach – the Link Between Land and Water Greater Sudbury Drinking Water Source Protection Plan and Ground Water Features Surface Water Resources – Lakes And Rivers Stormwater NATURAL ENVIRONMENT Objectives Significant Natural Features AND AREAS

    For the WOH watersheds, the program prioritized land to be solicited using a system based on travel time from the parcel to the (1) Kensico Reservoir intake, (2) proximity to terminal reservoirs (Ashokan and Rondout), then (3) nonterminal reservoir watersheds, as well as water quality status. Photo series of a timber sale from the Wachusett Reservoir Watershed. These photos were all taken from the same location, facing in the same direction and illustrate how quickly forest regeneration takes place after a timber harvest. A comprehensive Land Management Plan (LMP) was completed in This plan replaces the individual land.


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Land management plan for the watersheds of the Sudbury Reservoirs Download PDF EPUB FB2

With high deer densities greatly impacting water supply protected land surrounding the Sudbury Reservoir, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation’s (DCR) Division of Water Supply Protection (DWSP) will host a public information meeting to highlight the issue, present a draft deer hunt management plan within the watershed, and collect public input.

The Land Management Plan for the Watersheds of the Sudbury Reservoirs for was prepared by staff from the Natural Resources Section, Wachusett/Sudbury Section, and Quabbin/Ware River Section, as well as Divisional staff of the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR).

A comprehensive plan that covers the Quabbin Reservoir, Ware River, Wachusett Reservoir, and Sudbury Reservoir watersheds. Previous Land Management Plans The Land Management Plan references previous editions of each respective watershed's Land Management Plans: Quabbin Reservoir Land Management Plan () Ware River Land Management Plan.

There are over 3, acres of undeveloped land controlled by DCR's Division of Water Supply Protection surrounding the Sudbury and Foss Reservoirs, which are the emergency water supplies for the DCR/Massachusetts Water Resources Authority (MWRA) drinking water system.

DCR's watershed management goals include having an actively growing, diverse, multi-age forest for regulating stream. The Sudbury and Foss Reservoirs are the emergency water supply for the DCR/ Massachusetts Water Resources Authority water supply system.

The main sources of water are the Quabbin Reservoir, Wachusett Reservoir, and Ware River. The 8 billion gallon reservoirs covers 1, acres. Recreational activities are regulated and limited to protect 3 million people’s drinking water. With high deer densities greatly impacting water supply protected land surrounding the Sudbury Reservoir, the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation’s (DCR) Division of Water Supply Protection (DWSP) will host a public information meeting on Wednesday, Septem to highlight the issue, present a draft deer hunt management plan within the watershed, and collect.

The following watershed maps have been prepared as part of the City’s Emergency Management Program, to correspond with our Community Flood Management Plan. Junction Creek. Junction Creek Main Map (PDF 3, KB) Section 1 (PDF 4, KB) Section 2 (PDF 5, KB) Section 3 (PDF 5, KB) Section 4 (PDF 5, KB) Section 5 (PDF 5, KB) Section.

Greater Sudbury has lakes within 25 watersheds that drain into Lake Huron. Protection of our watersheds is identified as a priority of the City of Greater Sudbury’s Official Plan. The City of Greater Sudbury will complete studies to assess the health and make recommendations for the care of several area watersheds with financial support through the Ontario Ministry of Environment and.

Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. This simple guide lists out the most pertinent questions related to watersheds that will help understand this important topic a little better.

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Full text of "Wachusett Reservoir watershed system public access plan update". The Wachusett Deer Management Plan was completed; it recommended expanding the areas open to hunting to the entire watershed for the Fall hunting season.

The areas open for hunting with a Wachusett Hunt permit will be expanded to land east of I A reservoir zone. Massachusetts, with forests covering 3, acres (12, km 2) (59%) of its land area, administers more thanacres (2, km 2) of state forest, wildlife and watershed land under the cabinet level Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.

Lands are managed by Department of Conservation and Recreation, Division of State Parks and Recreation (, acres (1, km 2. In the late s and early s, Wake County, Raleigh, Cary, Garner and Apex jointly developed (with the North Carolina Division of Water Quality) and adopted the Swift Creek Land Management Plan as a guide to managing development in the watersheds of Lake Wheeler and Lake Benson, so as to protect water quality in those existing or potential water supply reservoirs.

Watershed Management. Conservation Sudbury is in the business of managing the watersheds that connect the communities of Greater Sudbury. Working to protect people, homes, businesses and critical infrastructure from the threats of flooding and erosion is the most important activity undertaken by conservation authorities.

Watershed Rangers, public access management plans for each watershed and watershed protection regulations will continue to be important tools in our protection efforts. Implementation is expected to begin of the updated Ware River and Sudbury public access management plans, as well as initiating the update process for the Wachusett watershed.

Land cover/land use data are currently used to support several watershed management programs, including the Land Acquisition Program and the TMDL Program. GIS is a particularly cost-effective means of evaluating wastewater treatment options.

M.D. Tomer, in Encyclopedia of Soils in the Environment, An Interdisciplinary Task. Watershed management is aimed at land and water resources, and is applied to an area of land that drains to a defined location along a stream or river.

Watershed management aims to care for natural resources in a way that supports human needs for water, food, fiber, energy, and habitation, while. Joint Task Force on California Watershed Management - This Task Force assisted in the planning and execution of the State's Watershed Management plan.

Included on this web site is the Final Report of the Task Force on the current status of watershed management in California and links to other valuable California watershed information. Ideally, a watershed management plan integrates complete knowledge of the watershed with known methods for water quality protection into a holistic strategy.

In some watersheds, the main problems have been identified, and prevention and mitigation methods are available. In most other instances, however, information is limited.

Conservation Sudbury has jurisdiction over a 9, square kilometer area with a lot of natural area. Conservation Sudbury’s key responsibilities include flood control, hazard land management, environmental education, drinking water source protection, watershed stewardship, and much more.

BELCHERTOWN – A proposed Land Management Plan for theacres of watershed land owned or controlled by Division of Water Supply Protection (DWSP) could open previously restricted areas of.

Greater Sudbury has lakes within 25 watersheds that drain into Lake Huron. Protection of our watersheds is identified as a priority of the City of Greater Sudbury’s Official Plan. The City of Greater Sudbury will complete studies to assess the health and make recommendations for the care of several area watersheds with financial support through the Ontario Ministry of Environment .