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Ellsworth Sourcewater Protection Plan December 2004 Rev. September 2005 Page 19 of 63

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    60% will react positively to ‘watershed protection’

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      Audience: Watershed residents

Need to know

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    Branch Lake is a public water supply

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      Definition of a watershed and where the watershed is

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      Threats to watershed/watershed protection

By 9/2005

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    25% of watershed residents will be able to define watershed area

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      50% can identify Branch Lake as a public water supply

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      25% will be aware that local misuse of property can impact watershed

health as a whole

By 9/2006

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    25% of residents will understand how runoff from agricultural, commercial, residential and roadway land use can negatively affect the health of the watershed and they will know who to call to receive mitigation assistance

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      50% of residents will be aware of the Erosion & Sedimentation Control Law (to come into effect in 2005)

By 9/2007

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      50% of residents will be in compliance with the Erosion & Sedimentation Control Law

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    Audience: Developers, contractors, people doing work in the watershed

Need to know

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    Branch Lake is a water supply

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      Watershed area

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      Threats to health of watershed

By 9/2005

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    50% will identify Branch Lake as a water supply

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      25% of workers will know the watershed area

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      25% of workers will understand that land use affects water quality

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      75% of people working in the watershed will be aware of the Erosion & Sedimentation Law

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      50% of workers in the watershed will know where to go to receive information and/or training in Best Management Practices (BMP’s), in order to become compliant with the Erosion & Sedimentation Law

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      100% of the Ellsworth road crew will be trained to maintain roads in a manner that protects lake water quality

By 9/2006

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    50% of contractors/companies working in the watershed will be DEP certified in Erosion Control Practices and will be aware of threats to threats to watershed health.

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