One of the key results achieved by the Partnership is the development of the first Watershed Protection Plan accepted by the U.S. EPA in the State of Texas. This living document forms the backbone of efforts in the watershed and provides guidance as the Partnership moves forward to implement a variety of strategies to restore and protect water quality.
Original Plum Creek Watershed Protection Plan (2008)
- Watershed Management
- State of the Plum Creek Watershed
- The Plum Creek Watershed Partnership
- Methods of Analysis
- Estimate of Pollutant Loads and Required Load Reductions
- Pollutant Sources in the Plum Creek Watershed
- Management Measures
- Outreach and Education Strategy
- Measures of Success
- Project Implementation
Watershed Protection Plan Supporting Documents
- Texas State Soil and Water Conservation Board Consistency Review Submission Letter-June 2009
- U.S. EPA Region 6 Consistency Review Response Letter – July 2009
- EPA 2010 303d Approval Letter That Approves Removal of Plum Creek from 303d List and Places it in Category 4b of the Texas Integrated Report
The Watershed Protection Plan is intended to be a living document and is updated every two years to include new data as well as changing conditions within the watershed over time. The Plan will evolve as circumstances dictate and will be guided by the PCWP Steering Committee and public stakeholders.
Plum Creek Watershed Protection Plan Updates
PCWP Interlocal Agreement for Long-term Sustainability
Interlocal Agreement among Hays County, Caldwell County, City of Luling, City of Kyle, city of Buda, City of Lockhart, City of Uhland, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority, Plum Creek Conservation District, Polonia Water Supply Corporation, Caldwell-Travis Soil & Water Conservation District #304, and Hays County Soil & Water Conservation District #351, regarding implementation of the Plum Creek Watershed Protection Plan.