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TMDL overview
Overview of TMDLs.
TMDL development
TMDLs in development.
TMDL approvals
List of TMDLs approved by USEPA.
TMDL implementation
TMDL implementation.
Wastewater, storm water, CAFOs
Point source issues in TMDLs.
Nonpoint source
Runoff and stormwater related to TMDLs.
TMDL map and projects
Map of TMDL Projects and New Dynamic Project Pages.
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Rock River Recovery

Snowy Owl in Flight Horicon Marsh

Rock River Recovery is the official name of the Rock River Basin TMDL implementation process (see the TMDL process pipeline image below). At the links below, you will find information to answer most questions about the Rock River TMDL including Development of TMDLs, TMDL Sector Teams, Implementation Planning, and Restoration Projects. To read more detail about the Rock River Recovery, explore our Rock River Recovery project details.


Newsletter

For current news and events, read our current and previously published newsletters.

USEPA's Impaired Waters Restoration Pathway (figure below) describes the overall process of listing to recovery. The Rock River Recovery project covers total suspended solids and total phosphorus. While other pollutants are found in the basin, this TMDL is focused on these two pollultants.

TMDL Pathway

TMDL references

Contact information
For More Information Contact:
Mark Riedel
Rock River TMDL project manager
Last revised:Thursday December 08 2016