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Association of State Drinking Water Administrators
The Association of State Drinking Water Administrators (ASDWA) is the professional Association serving state drinking water programs. Formed in 1984 to address a growing need for state administrators to have national representation, ASDWA has become a respected voice for state primacy agents with Congress, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and other professional organizations.

Collaboration Toolkit: How to Build and Maintain Effective Partnerships to Protect Sources of Drinking Water - National Source Water Collaborative
The Source Water Collaborative has developed this extensive “How-to Collaborate” Toolkit to help others initiate or enhance partnerships to protect drinking water sources. This Toolkit is part of the SWC’s ongoing efforts to help foster local, state and regional/watershed source water collaboratives.

Emergency Preparedness for Public Water Systems - Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Safe and reliable drinking water is vital to every community. Water utilities are responsible for ensuring that our state’s water systems are protected against a variety of threats that could affect their core mission of an providing uninterrupted supply of safe drinking water and maintaining an adequate supply of water for fire fighting. Learn more emergency response planning and find information to help with preparing for and responding to natural disasters such as drought, wildfire, and flooding.

Ground Water Program - City of Boise
Clean, adequate ground water supplies for drinking water, agriculture, and high technology uses are vital to the city of Boise and the Treasure Valley. Visit the City of Boise’s website to learn more about its ground water protection and conservation program.

How to Create a Source Water Protection Plan - Idaho Rural Water Association
Learn how to get started protecting your drinking water through the creation of a source water protection plan.

National Source Water Collaborative
Twenty-five national organizations have united to protect America’s drinking water at the source – in the lakes, rivers, streams, and aquifers we tap for drinking purposes.

North Carolina Source Water Collaborative
The N.C. Source Water Collaborative is a new statewide partnership to protect drinking water. Founded in December 2011, the N.C. Source Water Collaborative includes participants from non-profit organizations, university programs, state, local and federal agencies, professional associations, and regional councils of government. The collaborative's intention is to support strategies designed to preserve the lakes, streams, rivers and aquifers used for drinking water and the land that protects and recharges these sources of water.

Public Water System Switchboard - Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Visit DEQ's Public Water System Switchboard for a quick and easy way to access a wide range of information relevant to water system operation in Idaho.

Source Water Assessment Database - Idaho Department of Environment Quality
Access source water assessment information for Idaho public water systems using the Source Water Assessment Database. You can search the database by county, public water system number, water system name, and/or type of source.

Source Water in Idaho - Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
Visit DEQ's website to learn more about source water in Idaho.

Source Water Protection - US Environmental Protection Agency
Learn more about source water protection by visiting this web page.

Source Water Protection Activity Guide - Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
The Source Water Protection Guide identifies potential sources and types of contamination that could threaten public drinking water sources (source water) and presents protection activities that can be implemented to better protect source water from contamination.

Source Water Protection Planning Tool - Idaho Department of Environmental Quality
This Source Water Protection Planning Tool will assist public water systems in developing a source water protection plan and contingency plan for their water system. The tool gathers information from existing databases, as well as input from user entry to create a planning document.

Water and Wastewater Operator Training Resources - Idaho Rural Water Association
Find training opportunities through this link to Idaho Rural Water Association's water and wastewater training calendar.