The California Runoff Rundown


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Nonpoint source water pollution has emerged as California’s and the nation’s top water pollution problem. The Water Education Foundation is proud to be at the forefront of this emerging issue with The California Runoff Rundown, a semiannual newsletter focusing on how stakeholders and regulators are using creative strategies to address the challenges posed by nonpoint source pollution. It is our hope that this newsletter will become a forum for sharing real-world experiences that have contributed to reducing nonpoint source pollution.

Through this free newsletter, we plan to bring you examples of successful strategies being used across California to keep nonpoint source pollutants out of the waterbodies we all depend on for a host of uses. If you have a story to tell about how to reduce nonpoint source water pollution, we hope you’ll share it with your peers through The California Runoff Rundown. Email your story ideas to Ryan McCarthy

The California Runoff Rundown is published by the Water Education Foundation, an impartial, non-profit organization, whose mission is to create a better understanding of water issues and help resolve water resource problems through educational programs.

The California Runoff Rundown is funded through a grant from the State Water Resources Control Board with funding from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency under the Federal Nonpoint Source Pollution Control Program (Clean Water Act Section 319).

If you would like to receive future issues of this free publication by email, please contact Ryan McCarthy



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