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Useful Tools and Resources

Find useful tools and resources regarding the Ipswich Targeted Watershed Project.

Technical Resources

Center for Watershed Protection

Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, LID Toolkit

Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs, Smart Growth Toolkit

Green Roofs for Healthy Cities

Alliance for Water Efficiency


Low-Impact Development Center, Maryland

Seattle Saving Water Partnership

University of New Hampshire Stormwater Center

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Green Infrastructure page

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, WaterSense Program

Ipswich River Watershed Association, Water Wise Communities: A Handbook for Municipal Managers in the Ipswich River Watershed


Regional Environmental, Water Resources, and Smart Growth Groups

Eight Towns and the Great Marsh

Great Marsh Coalition

Green Neighborhoods Alliance

Ipswich River Watershed Association

Metropolitan Area Planning Council

Salem Sound Coastwatch

Relevant State and Federal Programs and Resources

Massachusetts Water Resources Commission

Massachusetts Water Conservation Standards

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Watersheds page

Relevant Additional Scientific Reports

USGS Fact Sheet: Effects of water withdrawals on streamflow in the Ipswich River Basin, MA

USGS Report: Zarriello, Phillip J. 2002. Effects of Water-Management Alternatives on Streamflow in the Ipswich River Basin, Massachusetts. File Report 01-483

USGS Report: Zarriello, P.J., and K.G. Ries, III. 2000. A Precipitation-Runoff Model for Analysis of the Effects of Water Withdrawals on Streamflow, Ipswich River Basin, Massachusetts. WRI 00-4029

USGS Report: Armstrong, D. S., T. A. Richards and G. W. Parker. 2001. Assessment of habitat, fish communities, and streamflow requirements for habitat protection, Ipswich River, Massachusetts, 1998-99. WRI 01-4161.


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