The USGS's Daily Streamflow Conditions dataset includes data on streamflow at 9,936 sites across the United States.
The mission of Sustain Our Great Lakes (SOGL) is to sustain, restore and protect fish, wildlife, and habitat in the Great Lakes basin by leveraging funding, building conservation capacity, and focusing partners and resources toward key ecological issues. Administered by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, the program receives funding and other support from ArcelorMittal, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S.D.A. Forest Service, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and U.S.D.A. Natural Resources Conservation Service.
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 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 Michigan Rural Water Association provides training and technical assistance to rural water and wastewater systems. The MRWA website includes information on upcoming events, membership, and provides a job listing board for water utility systems.
The Indiana Rural Water Association provides training and technical assistance to rural water and wastewater systems, and manages the Indiana Water/Wastewater Agency Response Network (InWARN). The ILRWA website includes news and information on membership, upcoming events, training opportunities, and publications.
The New York Rural Water Association includes 1400 members representing rural communities across the state. The NY RWA provides resources for developing and implement source water protection plans, including technical assistance programs.
The Minnesota Rural Water Association Source Water Program assists local communities with developing source water protection plans. MRWA provides staff specialists to assist with education, technical assistance, data acquisition, and plan implementation.
In 2014, the U.S. Geological Survey Great Lake Science Center (USGS-GLSC) and the USGS-Michigan Water Science Center partnered with the Great Lakes Commission (GLC) to conduct a series of four workshops with coastal practitioners and managers across the Great Lakes basin to highlight the need for, and get input on, a Great Lakes regional coastal science strategy. To this end, the "Practitioners Views of Science Needs for the Great Lakes Coastal Ecosystem" report is intended to help guide USGS coastal and nearshore science priorities, but may also help guide other science agencies.