Quality Assurance Project Plan: Pesticide Reduction Evaluation for Cranberry Bog Drainage in the Grayland Area
Quality Assurance Project Plan: Pesticide Reduction Evaluation for Cranberry Bog Drainage in the Grayland Area (Number of pages: 17) (Publication Size: 445KB)
|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|
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