DEEP: Segment 1 Training Materials

Training Materials for Segment 1
Presentations      |    Training Packet     
  {Review of IWWA} A Review of the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Act (pdf) - an annotated outline from the Connecticut Attorney General's Office on the Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Act. It introduces issues related to the IWWA and running of the Agencies.
  {Definitions} Definition of Connecticut's Wetlands and Watercourses (pdf)  -an introduction to the definitions of wetlands and watercourses within CT and an overview of related issues in soil science and hydrology.
  {Part 1: Wildlife} Part 1: Wetland Wildlife Values (pdf) - an introduction to the ecological classification of wetlands and related wildlife values and issues. 
  {Part 2: Wildlife}
Part 2: Wetland Wildlife Management Activities (pdf) - a discussion of the methods and issues related to the management of wildlife around wetlands and watercourses  
Forestry Practices and Wetland and Watercourse Resources in CT (pdf) - a discussion of forestry history, practices, and Best Management 
Practices in CT.
  {Fisheries} Fisheries Protection, Conservation and Enhancement (pdf) - a presentation on the protection of fish habitat by utilizing "fish friendly" construction and culvert design.
   {Site Plans} Site Plan Review (pdf) - a presentation on how to read site plans and an introduction to other maps that are useful references for new Inland Wetlands Agency members and staff
  {Reporting Form} Statewide Inland Wetlands and Watercourses Activity Reporting Program (pdf) - a presentation on the Reporting Program which requires that for every Inland Wetlands Agency decision a Reporting Form be submitted to the Wetlands Management Section of DEEP.
Forms and Permits
Statewide Inland Wetlands & Watercourses Activity
Reporting Form (PDF form)
Wetlands and Watercourses Fact Sheet - State agency actions only
Legal and Regulatory
IWWA Primer-Outline of "the law" in CT
Forestry and Agriculture 
Ecology and Ecological Values
Classification of Wetlands and Deepwater Habitats of the U.S. - the three-part ecological definition utilized by federal agencies IS NOT the Connecticut wetlands definition based on soils. Please use this document as a reference only!!!
Content last updated on March 22, 2012