The National Rural Water Association is a non-profit organization focused on providing support to small community water systems. The NWRA provides training and technical assistance for source water protection through its affiliated state organizations.
The National Source Water Collaborative brings together 30 different collaborative efforts across the United States to share information and encourage coordination between entities working toward the common goal of source water protection.
This resource provides information on Harmful Algal Blooms for public water systems in Ohio, including information on monitoring requirements, mapping, and response strategies.
Ontario has a comprehensive source water protection program that ensures drinking water safety from source to tap. This webpage provides an overview of the source water protection program, and contains links to municipality protection plans.
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 STICS Quick Report Tool uses a map-based interface to quickly determine demographic and economic characteristics for a wide variety of coastal management jurisdictions. Available coastal management jurisdictions are dependent on selected data and include counties, states, estuaries, watersheds, floodplains, and select placed-based management programs. Users can download summary data and view relevant charts related to the data.
The National Aboriginal Land Managers Association (NALMA) actively networks for the enhancement of professional development and technical expertise in Lands Management and incorporates First Nations values and beliefs in Lands Management in Canada, always keeping in mind the grass-root practices when dealing with Lands Management.
The Estuary Data Mapper (EDM) is a free, interactive, downloadable application under development at the US EPA that allows users to quickly and easily retrieve, view, and save subsets of online US coastal estuary-related data. It is intended to help researchers, managers, and decision-makers find and map data relevant to coastal estuary systems.
The Coastal Flood Exposure Mapper supports communities that are assessing their coastal hazard risks and vulnerabilities. The tool creates a collection of user-defined maps that show the people, places, and natural resources exposed to coastal flooding. The maps can be saved, downloaded, or shared to communicate flood exposure and potential impacts. In addition, the tool provides guidance for using these maps to engage community members and stakeholders. The current geography includes the East Coast and Gulf of Mexico.