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Water Quality Coordinating Committee

Our mission is to maintain and restore the quality and quantity of water resources in Hamilton County using a coordinated, comprehensive, and educational interagency approach.

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Water Quality Strategy

As determined by the Committee members, protecting Hamilton County’s waters is the highest priority. Education, monitoring and management of invasive species have become recent initiatives for the Committee. Sediment and erosion control continues to be a concern and funding has been sought to plan, design and implement projects on priority streams. Numerous other programs and projects by partners and their associations are focused on goals identified in the Strategy.

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Hydroseeding is available to residents and municipalities for erosion control, ditch and bank stabilization, and seeding or reseeding a lawn or disturbed area. Mulch, seed, fertilizer, lime, a tackifying agent, and water are mixed in a tank then sprayed onto soil. This method is fast, uniform, promotes quick seed germination, and decreases soil erosion.


For more information and price quotes, please contact Lenny Croote at 518-548-3991, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  

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The District’s accomplishments would not be possible without the support of the State of New York, Hamilton County, and FLLOWPA.