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 AWWA maintains the Source Water Protection Resources Community which informs the water industry about current resources, tools, issues, and developments related to source water protection. The AWWA is an international, nonprofit scientific organization focused on water management. The National organization includes over 50,000 members, including water providers, scientists, regulators and consultants. Each state has its own AWWA Section.
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.
The Illinois Section American Water Works Association helps water systems provide safe and sustainable water for Illinois residents through management and advocacy. The ISAWWA website provides information on membership, training, conferences, resources, and careers.
The Illinois EPA wellhead protection page provides information on implementing a wellhead protection plan, and provides contact information for IL EPA wellhead protection professionals.
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 New York Rural Water Association provides technical assistance to rural and small communities for developing and implement source water protection plans.
Michigan American Water Works Association provides education, advocacy, career development, and outreach for water quality protection. The Michigan AWWA hosts training and events for members, and provides resources on Michigan water services legislation and regulations.