Announcing a new job opening for a Conservation Technician:
The Trinity Bay Soil and Water Conservation District in Chambers County is currently accepting applications for a Conservation Technician to work with landowners in Chambers, Liberty, and Harris Counties. Click here for more information.
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Welcome to the Double Bayou Watershed Protection Plan website.
This website provides updates, reports, and other documents in support of the Watershed Protection Plan for the Double Bayou watershed, situated in the eastern portion of the Lower Galveston Bay watershed. Water bodies that flow through the watershed drain into Trinity Bay. Double Bayou has two forks, the West Fork and the East Fork, which converge just above the mouth of the Bayou at Oak Island.
What is a watershed protection plan?
A Watershed Protection Plan (WPP) is a locally-developed, voluntary watershed management plan that helps to restore and protect water quality. The WPP process engages stakeholders in a collaborative and participatory approach in watershed planning.