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Clarifying the Permitting Process: Working in the Water Workshops

Publication number Date Published
07-10-065August 2007
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Author(s) Karin Baldwin
Description Even with all the resources state and federal agencies produce to help the public through the permit process, there are people who are unaware of required permits to work in and near surface water. Employees of the agencies want to help people through the process. So, Karin Baldwin of the Department of Ecology’s (Ecology) Water Quality Program wanted to try to bridge the gap between the permitting agencies and members of the public who want to complete a project in or near streams and lakes.
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Keywords workshops, water quality story, process, lakes, permit, water quality, quality
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