A Natural Solution to Water Security: New report analyzes 4,000 cities to demonstrate the health, climate and biodiversity benefits of source water protection.
The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency provides an online GIS webpage containing spatial data on source water assessment and protection areas.
This mapping tool shows the distribution of aquifers in Ohio.
This mapping tool delineates groundwater resources within Ohio.
The Minnesota Clean Water, Land, and Legacy Amendment promotes greater coordination among the state's water management agencies by establishing the MN Water Quality Framework, which outlines the collaborative approach among agencies and clarifies the different management roles of the multiple state agencies.
The Michigan Water Strategy outlines a vision for managing and protecting freshwater resources.
The AWWA maintains a resource page for communities to access material related to source water protection, including toolkits, research, guidance, and additional resources.
The Source Water Protection Cost-Benefit tool is funded by Water Research Foundation, and allows system operators to evaluate the costs and benefits of implementing source water protection areas.
The NHD displays the drainage network, specifically rivers, streams, canals, lakes, ponds, coastline, dams, and streamgages in the United States.