A diverse group of municipal water, wastewater groups, conservation organizations, state agencies, and agriculture and forest operations primarily focused on strengthening links between our working agricultural lands and the quality of our Nations waters.
Twenty-four national organizations united to protect Americas drinking water at the source in the lakes, rivers, streams and aquifers we tap for drinking purposes.
Formed in 2001, the Caucus is a coalition of State environmental association leaders to collaboratively develop holistic approaches for reducing mercury in the environment.
ACWA signed an MOU with EPA and the Nature Conservancy to support and promote EPA's Healthy Watersheds Initiative.
Formed by EPA in 2014 with participation by federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, and private-sector entities, the Collaborative is a network to help communities more easily implement green infrastructure
The Council is made up of State and Tribal water program managers and the EPA National Water Program to exchange information on and discuss climate change matters.
EPA and 16 partner organizations are joined by an MOU to work collaboratively at the national level to improve decentralized performance and protect our nation's public health and water resources.
The ACWI represents the interests of water-information users and professionals in advising the Federal Government on Federal water-information programs and their effectiveness in meeting the Nation's water-information needs.
“Opportunities to Protect Drinking Water and Advance Watershed Goals Through the Clean Water Act"