Lindsay Creek & Hatwai Creek Watershed Advisory Group
Watershed Advisory Groups (WAGs) are groups of citizens that provide DEQ with local public input and guidance regarding specific watersheds. WAGs advise DEQ on development of water quality improvement plans called Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDLs), and provide guidance on how to implement water quality improvements in these watersheds. WAGs also advise DEQ during periodic checkups on TMDLs. Idaho Code §39-3611(7) requires DEQ to review approved TMDLs every five years to evaluate if assumptions, analyses, targets, and loads developed in TMDLs are still appropriate, or changes are needed.
This WAG was formed to advise DEQ on water quality management in Lindsay Creek, Hatwai Creek, and Tammany Creek. The WAG advised DEQ on development of water quality improvement plans called TMDLs, and provided guidance on how to implement water quality improvements in these watersheds. In 2018-2019, DEQ is reviewing the Lindsay Creek and Hatwai Creek TMDLs. This page provides information for the WAG and general public relevant to the TMDL review process.
Next Scheduled Meeting Date
Tuesday, June 4, 2019, 6 to 8 p.m.
Lewiston Community Center
1424 Main St., Lewiston
Agenda and Meeting Materials
Hatwai Creek Documents
|TMDL||DEQ||Hatwai Creek Subbasin Assessment and TMDLs (2010)|
|Implementation||NPSWCD, ISCC, WAG||Hatwai Creek Total Maximum Daily Load Implementation Plan for Agriculture (2011)|
|NPSWCD||Hydrologic Analysis of the Hatwai Creek Watershed (2014)|
|NPSWCD||Hatwai Creek Fisheries and Fish Habitat Assessment (2014)|
|NPSWCD||Hatwai Creek Steelhead Habitat Restoration Plan (2014)|
|Monitoring||DEQ||Hatwai Creek Surface Water Monitoring Report (2018)|
|TMDL Review||DEQ||Draft Hatwai Creek Temperature TMDL 2019|
|DEQ||Hatwai Creek Subbasin: TMDL Five-Year Review (March 2019)|