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Author: Chris Swann
Last Updated: 18-11-2016 16:04
Center for Watershed Protection and Chesapeake Stormwater Network. 2015. Identification of High Risk Lawns for Water Quality: Guidance for Chesapeake Bay Communities. CWP and CSN, Ellicott City, MD. 16 pages
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The purpose of this document is to provide guidance for Chesapeake Bay communities to identify high risk lawns in order to target their Urban Nutrient Management practices and outreach to those sites where the greatest benefit can be achieved. With this information, every community in the Chesapeake Bay can maximize the use of Urban Nutrient Management practices on public and private turf as a major strategy to help meet the Bay pollution diet.