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CWA, Section 404 State/Tribal Program Assumption

Clean Water Act Section 404 Program AssumptionSection 404 of the federal Clean Water Act defines a permitting program for dredge and fill activities in wetlands and other waters of the United States.  Section 404 also allows a state or tribe to administer its own permit program to regulate these activities in lieu of the federal program for most nontidal waters, given approval from the EPA.  In 2010, the Association of State Wetland Managers and the Environmental Council of the States (ECOS) convened a national workgroup to facilitate state and tribal “assumption” of the Section 404 Program.

Clean Water Act Section 404 Program Assumption: A Handbook for States and Tribes

Section 404 Assumption Fact Sheets

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1 Alaska Senate passes permitting proposal 756
2 States, Lawmakers Split In Debate Over Broad Delegation Of 404 Authority 1199
3 Section 404 Assumption Hearing Scheduled Thursday, Sept. 20 1025
4 CWA Section 404 Program Assumption: A Handbook for States and Tribes 6336
5 U.S. EPA Clarifies ESA Section 7 Assumption Requirements 636
6 Expanding the State's Role in Implementing CWA § 404 Assumption 1957
7 § 404 Assumption Fact Sheets 1816
8 Clean Water Act S404 Assumption: What Is It, How Does It Work, and What Are the Benefits? 1618
9 State/Tribal Assumption of Section 404 Program 755
10 §404 Assumption Resources 2230