Virginia’s Watershed Improvement Plan Revealed at Long Last

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Last week, the Commonwealth of Virginia revealed its Watershed Improvement Plan (WIP) as it was required to do by the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency. The state’s efforts to improve the water quality of the Chesapeake Bay actually began over 30 years ago. These efforts have continued to plod along at what some might consider a snail’s pace, but the pace may actually reflect the speed at which the state and impacted stakeholders can realistically move, given the huge economic and political impacts at risk because of hundreds of years of free and unfettered use of our nation’s largest tidal body.

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