Welcome to Watershed 
Watch in Kentucky

Good news!  
Through a new Data Portal, data collected by Watershed Watch volunteers is available for viewing!
water watch data portal


Watershed Watch in Action

Watershed Watch volunteers improve their watersheds!  
See our Basin Success Stories to learn more.

Check out this article about the work the Salt River Watershed Watch is doing in Louisville!

A new rule proposed by EPA and the Corps concerning Waters of the United States and the jurisdiction of the Clean Water Act has been released for public comment.  

The related technical report document on Connectivity of Streams and Wetlands to Downstream Waters: A Review and Synthesis of the Scientific Evidence can be found at http://cfpub.epa.gov/ncea/cfm/recordisplay.cfm?deid=238345.


EPA Report on Water's Economic Impact

Every Watershed Watch Volunteer knows water's importance.  In a recent report issued by EPA, the agency quantifies water's economic value.   Water’s fundamental role in many facets of our lives has an impact of several trillion dollars.  Using data from the USGS, the report shows that the vast majority (at least 83%) of water withdrawn from surface and groundwater sources is used either for production of food or in the generation of thermoelectric power.  The report is relatively short (less than 30 pages), but the EPA’s resource web page has links to the technical report and associated research studies.


At its 
2013 Earth Day Awards Ceremony,
Kentucky Environmental Quality Commission
Watershed Watch in Kentucky
and Watershed Watch Volunteer, Tony Powell, 
for commitment to the environment.

Officers of WWKY:
Blaine Early
, Chair
Hank Graddy, Vice Chair

Joann Palmer, Treasurer


For Stormwater & Wet Weather
Sewage Management, August 2012
See: Publications

Help us reclaim our rivers.  Support Watershed Watch
with your contribution.

WWKY is recognized by the IRS as a
Section 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.