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Quality Assurance Project Plan: Pesticide Reduction Evaluation for Cranberry Bog Drainage in the Grayland Area

 
Publication number Date Published
02-03-072August 2002
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Author(s) Coots, R.
Description Along Washington’s coast, the Grayland to North Cove area uses two ditch systems to drain surface and ground water from cranberry growing operations and run-off from residential property. Both ditches originate in wetlands around the Grays Harbor/Pacific County line. Currently, both ditches are listed on the states 303(d) list as not meeting water quality standards for multiple toxic pollutants. This Quality Assurance Project Plan will direct a study to evaluate the progress made by growers, to reduce pesticides entering the ditches.
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Keywords Grays Harbor County, samples, county, reduction, flow, 303(d), evaluation, study, plan, water, quality assurance, quality assurance project plan, toxic, quality, pesticide, drainage
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 24 Willapa
DATA Environmental Information Management (EIM) #RCOO0003

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