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Trading Resources and References

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2003. Water Quality Trading Policy, Office of Water, Issued January 13.


U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. 2004. Water Quality Trading Assessment Handbook, EPA 841-B-04-001, Washington, D.C. 

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency .2007.

Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection. 2005. Connecticut's Nitrogen Control Program. Hartford, Connecticut.

North Carolina Division of Water Quality. 2003a. Neuse River Basin nutrient sensitive waters management strategy: waste water discharge requirements.

North Carolina Division of Water Quality. 2003b. Nonpoint source management program: The Neuse Nutrient strategy.

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. 2007. Nutrient and sediment reduction credit trading interim final policy and guidelines.

Idaho Department of Environmental Quality. 2005. Water quality trading in Idaho.

Ross & Associates Environmental Consulting, Ltd. 2000. Lower Boise River effluent trading demonstration project: summary of participant recommendations for a trading framework. Prepared for the Idaho Division of Environmental Quality. Assessed: March 29, 2006.

Conservation Information Technology Center (2006). “Getting Paid for Stewardship: An Agricultural Community Water Quality Trading Guide.”

Environmental Protection Agency. “Water Quality Trading.”

Environmental Trading Network. 

Fisher-Vanden, Karen and Claire Schary. “A New Approach to Water Quality Trading: Applying lessons from the Acid Rain Program to the lower Boise River Watershed.” Environmental Practice 6 (4) December 2004: 281-295.

National Wildlife Federation. “A New Tool for Water Quality – Making Watershed ~ Based Trading Work for You.” June 1999. (Su has this file to link to)