Healthy water systems require water that is clean and free of harmful contaminants. We also need enough water in our rivers and streams to allow fish and other aquatic life to thrive. Both measures - quality and quantity - are important to achieving healthy waters that we use for recreation, fishing and swimming and that support life for other plants and animals on which we depend. The surface and groundwater section of the Environmental Progress Report addresses both the water quality and water quantity goals of our water protection programs.

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