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Manasquan Watershed Source Water Protection Program

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The Manasquan River serves as a significant water supply for portions of eastern Monmouth County. The Manasquan Reservoir has a very small watershed and therefore is almost entirely dependent upon pumpage from the Manasquan River to support its 30 MGD safe yield. The Manasquan River Watershed Management Plan focuses on several key issues: fishery management, habitat protection, drinking water quality and quantity, and cultural heritage. Some of these strategies and action plans directly relate to the movement of pollutants into and down the Manasquan River to the New Jersey Water Supply Authority (NJWSA) water supply intake. Continuing assessmentsin the Watershed will target potential sources of contamination to guide restoration efforts.

View Our Reports

Manasquan Watershed Nonpoint Source Identification Project Scope of Work

Manasquan River Watershed Critical Area Preservation Plan

Technical Report - Manasquan River Nonpoint Source Identification Project

Maps for Manasquan River Nonpoint Source Identification Project Technical Report

F.X.Browne Presentation - Manasquan River Non-Point Source Identification Project

Presentations

Manasquan Watershed Source-Water Protection Program, NJ Water Environment Association conference in Atlantic City, May 16, 2012


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