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for Water Resources Research Institute News Vol. Issue 223, Dec/Jan 1985
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The Environmental Protection Agency’s new Ground Water Protection Strategy builds on the principle of state control of the resource, with focused help at the federal level. Objectives of the strategy and steps being taken to implement it were outlined in Raleigh on November 2 by the head of the agency’s recently formed Office of Ground Water Protection, Marian Mlay.
The North Carolina Department of Natural Resources and Community Development has developed a document that sets forth policy and criteria for instream flows. Its purpose is to establish minimum stream flows for protection of all water users. The document will serve as a guide for the department’s review and regulatory activities and for project developers.