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 Ohio Rural Water Association provides free technical assistance to rural water and wastewater systems that serve over two million Ohio residents. The ORWA website includes information on upcoming events, training, and relevant legislation.
The Pennsylvania Source Water Protection program webpages provides information on Pennsylvania's source water protection programs, and links to GIS data and community source water assessments.
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.
This resource outlines USDA's source water protection program.
The Wisconsin Rural Water Association provides training and technical assistance to rural water and wastewater systems. The WRWA Source water program assists communities in developing source water protection programs.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources provides links to community source water assessment reports.
The ASDWA represents state drinking water programs, which is typically where source water protection programs reside.
The Minnesota Wellhead and Source Water Protection Programs prevents contamination by requiring public drinking water supplies to identify critical supply recharge areas and adopt management strategies to protect water supplies. This webpage by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency provides additional resources and guidance for water systems, including maps of petroleum remediation.