The AMWA is an organization of the largest publicly owned drinking water systems in the United States that identifies source water protection as one of its top priorities.
The ACWA consists of state, interstate, and territorial officials who are responsible for the implementation of surface water protection programs throughout the United States. In addition to policy and advocacy work, ACWA provides toolkits to assist state water quality regulators with nutrient management activities.
The Illinois Rural Water Association provides training and technical assistance to rural water and wastewater systems. The ILRWA website includes information on membership, upcoming events, training opportunities, and publications.
The EPA's DWMAPS is an online mapping tool designed to help concerned citizens and resource managers find information about drinking water in their communities and take action to protect their source water.
This Watershed Boundary dataset for Michigan lists the hydrologic units for watersheds in Michigan.
This resource outlines USDA's source water protection program.
The United States Department of Agriculture - Agricultural Research Service (USDA-ARS) developed this computer-generated model to estimate the nutrient loads coming from sub-basins in areas with insufficient water quality monitoring data. The model has been run in areas like the Lower Maumee where there is enough water quality monitoring data to calibrate the program.
The Environmental Protection Agency Source Water Protection page provides information on source water assessments, community planning, funding, and partnerships focused on source water protection.
A Natural Solution to Water Security: New report analyzes 4,000 cities to demonstrate the health, climate and biodiversity benefits of source water protection.