Kentucky River Watershed Watch

 
Watershed Watch in Kentucky is a statewide citizen's monitoring effort to improve and protect water quality by raising community awareness and by supporting implementation of the goals of the Clean Water Act and other water quality initiatives. Kentucky is divided into 7 major river basins. Each river basin includes all of the land drained by many streams, creeks and springs that flow downhill into one another, eventually forming rivers. The Kentucky River Watershed Watch (KRWW) focuses on carrying out the organization's mission specifically within the Kentucky River Basin. The Kentucky River Basin encompasses nearly 7,000 square miles in 41 counties and contain 16,000 miles of stream. Funded by the Kentucky River Authority, KWRRI staff develop annual reports to summarize water quality data collected during the major KRWW sampling events throughout the spring, summer and fall.

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Submissions from 2021

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2020 Kentucky River Watershed Watch: Annual Report, Malissa McAlister and Steven Evans

Submissions from 2020

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2019 Kentucky River Watershed Watch: Annual Report, Malissa McAlister and Steven Evans

Submissions from 2019

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2018 Kentucky River Watershed Watch: Annual Report, Malissa McAlister

Submissions from 2018

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Kentucky River Watershed Watch: Summary of 2017 Sampling Results, Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute

Submissions from 2017

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A Summary of the Kentucky River Watershed Watch 2016 Water Sampling Results, Kentucky Water Resources Research Institute