The Saugahatchee Watershed Management Plan
- SWaMP -
Watershed Activities


Welcome to SWaMP

Saugahatchee Watershed Management Plan (SWaMP) was created by stakeholders, and involves the cooperative efforts of local government, business and community groups to clean up Saugahatchee Creek and educate others of its value. The goal of the SWaMP stakeholder group is much broader, and pertains to how ecological integrity, water resources management and quality of life can be best sustained with inevitable population growth and accompanying economic development.

The AWW program is one of a group of Related Watershed Projects devoted to promote Community-Based Watershed Stewardship (CBWS) within the Auburn University Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures.

SWaMP poster presented at the ADEM 2012 Nonpoint Source Conference
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SWaMP Highlights

arrowWhat?s so special about rain gardens?

arrowCity of Auburn Goes Green!

arrowCity of Auburn promotes Smart Yard Incentive Program

arrowSWaMP part of AU Center of Excellence

arrowHow Smart is Your Yard?

arrowSWaMP sponsors a neighborhood rain garden workshop

arrowRain gardens make a splash in Auburn

arrowSWaMP offers Smart Yards Incentive Program

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