DEEP: Water Inland
Water Inland
 DamWatch Monitoring Software Application for DEEP - owned DAMS
  DamWatch is a web based monitoring software that allows DEEP personnel to respond to and monitor potentially destructive flood events.
 Introduction to Dams
 Notice of a High Hazard Dam or a Significant Hazard Dam
 South Branch Park River Maintenance Project
  The project involves maintenance to approximately 11 miles of the South Branch of the Park River and its tributaries in the towns of Hartford, West Hartford and Newington, CT.
 State Dams - Engineering Services

 Proposed Revision of the General Permit for Diversion of Water for Consumptive Use
 Registered and Permitted Diversions
  The Water Diversion Program regulates activities that impact or alter the instantaneous flow of the waters of the state through individual and general permits given to applicants.
 State Water Allocation Policies Report
 Water Diversion - Related Guidance
 Water Diversion Permits
 Water Diversion Program
 Water Diversion Program - Background
  The Registration of water diversions occurred in 1982 and 1983. It was required by the Water Diversion Policy Act, in section 22a-368 of the Connecticut General Statutes.
 Water Diversion Reporting

Flood Mgmt
 Flood Management and Natural Hazard Mitigation
 National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)
  The National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP)is a Federal program enabling property owners in participating communities to purchase insurance protection against losses from flooding.
 The Torrent - A Newsletter for Floodplain Managers

Soil Erosion SED Control Guidelines
 CT Guidelines on Erosion and Sediment Control - Errata Sheet
 Guidelines for Soil Erosion and Sediment Control

Water Quantity
 Tips for Conserving Water
 Water Conservation
 Water Conservation Guidance for Homeowners with Wells
 Water Quantity
 Water Saving Options

Wetlands General Info
 Types of Wetlands
 Vernal Pools

Wetlands Inland
 Citizens Guide - Inland Wetlands Regulation
  e-Newsletter for CT Municipal Inland Wetlands Agencies
 General Education
  CT DEP Inland Wetlands Management Section offers training,and education programs.
 History of Wetlands and Watercourses in Connecticut
  Connecticut has a long heritage of protecting its land resources. In 1972, the State legislature enacted the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Act (Act), see sections 22a-36 through 22a-45 of the CT General Statutes
 How Are Wetlands Defined
 Inland Wetlands - main
 Legislation, Regulations & Case Law
  Legislation, regulations & case law for inland wetlands and watercourses act.
 MIW Training - Video 1
  The video program titled "Introduction: Connecticut’s Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Act" will help new municipal inland wetlands agency commissioners and staff understand their role in regulating wetlands and watercourses in Connecticut.
 MIW Training - Video 2
  The video program titled "An Introduction to Map Reading & Site Plan Review" is the second video in a three-part series.
 MIW Training - Video 3
  Inland Wetlands Agency Training Video 3, Functions and Values of Wetlands and Watercourses
 Municipal Inland Wetland Commissioner's Training Program
 Municipal Inland Wetlands Agency Continuing Education Training: Legal and Administrative Updates
 Municipal Permitting
  To conduct a regulated activity in wetlands and watercourses in CT, a person must apply for and obtain a wetland permit from the local wetlands agency. A permit application may need to include a plan depicting the proposed activity as well as describe its impacts.
 Resources and References
 Seg 3 2012 Benthic Macroinvertebrates
 Seg 3 2012 Vernal Pools
 Segment 1 Training Materials
  Segment 1 Training Materials
 Segment 2 Training Materials
  Segment 2 Training Materials
 Segment 3 - 2011 Soils and Stormwater
 Segment 3 - GIS and Geospatial Data
 Segment 3 Training Material
  Segment 3 Training Materials
 Segment 3, 2009 Dairy Photos
  Dairy Photos
 Segment 3, 2009 Equine & Organic Farm Photos
  Equine Facility and Organic Farm
 Segment 3, 2009 Forestry Photos
 Segment 3: Agricultural Practices 2009
  Segment 3 training on Agriculture and Forestry in the State of Connecticut, presented in 2009.
 Societal and Environmental Benefits of Wetlands and Watercourses
  Wetlands and watercourses provide recreational opportunities, clean water and flood control; and fish and wildlife habitat, breeding areas, and food.
 Staff Bios
  Wetlands Management Staff
 State and Federal Permits
  State and Federal Permits
 Status & Trends
  Municipal Inland Wetlands Agency Activity Reporting Form Information
 Town Wetland and Watercourse Regulations
  Town Wetland and Watercourse Regulation
 Training for Inland Wetlands Agencies
  Training information for inland wetlands agencies.