In the United States, natural waters and waterways are regulated and protected by numerous state and federal laws. When waters are regulated, they are known as “Jurisdictional Waters”, and are often referred to as Waters of the US or Waters of the State depending on the regulating agency. These jurisdictional waters include a variety of streams, wetlands, and other special aquatic sites (estuaries, mudflats, etc.).  The following Acts and agencies represent the most commo... Read More
Posted by Larkin Myers at Aug 3