Watershed plans are important for making scientifically-informed decisions when restoring or protecting a watershed. Rural Action has authored many Watershed Action Plans, Acid Mine Drainage Abatement and Treatment plans, or AMDAT, and Nine-Element Nonpoint Source Implementation Strategies plans. Copies of selected materials are listed below.
Additionally, we track and measure our work to determine trends and achievements. View the nonpoint source monitoring report for AMD-impacted streams.
The following watersheds have AMDAT plans that have been accepted by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mineral Resources Management. Please contact Rural Action with questions on any of these materials.
- Mud Run Watershed (Tuscarawas County) (16.60 MB pdf)
- Huff Run Watershed (Tuscarawas and Carroll Counties) (23.51 MB pdf)
- Monday Creek (9.12 MB pdf)
- Sunday Creek (9.11 MB pdf)
- Browse all AMDAT plans
The following watersheds have Nine-Element Nonpoint Source Implementation Strategies plans on file with the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Please contact Rural Action with questions on any of these materials.