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Nonpoint Source Program

The Nonpoint Source Program uses a voluntary approach to address nonpoint source pollution in Alabama. The program relies on best management practices, education and outreach, technology transfer, monitoring and assessments, and resource assistance using a balanced statewide and watershed focused restoration approach. Local partnerships and citizen input are primary implementation components.

Alabama NPS Management Program
Groundwater Festivals
319 Grant Guidance
Resource Materials

Take Action for Clean Water

Annual Reports

Federal Links
EPA Region 4 NPS Program
Natural Resource Conservation Service

State Links
AL Department of Public Health
AL Soil and Water Conservation Committee
AL Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
AL Forestry Commission
AL Department of Industrial Relations - Surface Mining Commission
AL Department of Agriculture and Industries
AL Department of Economic and Community Affairs - Office of Water Resources
Geological Survey of Alabama
U. S. Geological Survey

Other Links
Alabama Cooperative Extension System
National Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts
Alabama Water Watch
Tennessee Valley Authority - Environmental Stewardship


ADEM Nonpoint Source Unit
PO Box 301463
Montgomery, AL 36130-1463
334-279-3051 Fax