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    • Oklahoma's Nonpoint Source Program annual report

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Water quality--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Nonpoint Source (NPS) Program is a combination of federal, state, and local agencies collaborating to identify and reduce nonpoint source pollution in Oklahoma's waters. NPS pollutants come from a variety of sources including homes,...
    • Water law and management in Oklahoma

    • Water-supply--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.; Water rights--Oklahoma.; Water--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • The right to use water, the right to regulate use of water, ownership rights in water, and the prevention of pollution to water, and water quality, are all legal matters that, to some degree or another, may be addressed by constitutional law,...
    • Currents

    • Grand River Dam Authority--Periodicals.
    • GRDA Currents is produced by the Grand River Dam Authority for employees, retirees, families and friends.
    • Water policy & related recommendations for Oklahoma

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.; Water-supply--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • The following report was developed for the 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan and presents the results of an unprecedented four-year process to develop water policy and related recommendations to address the state’s current and...
    • Oklahoma comprehensive water plan executive report

    • Water resources development--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.;
    • Extensive public participation and detailed technical evaluations, the two pillars of this 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan, have resulted in a bold, strategic vision with four core elements critical to securing Oklahoma’s...
    • Watershed based plan for the Fort Cobb Watershed

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Fort Cobb Reservoir Watershed--Planning.; Fort Cobb Reservoir...
    • The Fort Cobb Watershed covers 314 square miles in southwestern Oklahoma in Caddo, Washita, and Custer Counties. Ft. Cobb Reservoir’s designated beneficial uses include public and private water supply, warm water aquatic community, agriculture,...
    • Natural resource news

    • Wildlife management--Periodicals.; Range ecology--Periodicals.
    • In upcoming newsletters, we will introduce faculty, staff, and students in NREM and describe academic programs, cutting-edge research, and innovative outreach programs. We hope you share our excitement that articles in this newsletter will lead to...
    • Oklahoma hunting guide.

    • Game laws--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • This booklet is a summary of Titles 29 and 800 of the Oklahoma Statutes governing Fish and Wildlife laws as established by the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission.
    • Oklahoma wetlands reference guide

    • Wetlands--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland conservation--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland animals--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.; Wetland plants--Oklahoma--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
    • The Oklahoma Wetlands Reference Guide has been developed to help a variety of users in identifying and understanding the ecology of the most common natural wetland types found in Oklahoma. It is the authors’ intention that this book provides...
    • Carbon offsets for the Oklahoma landowner

    • Carbon offsetting--Oklahoma.; Climatic changes--Oklahoma.;
    • The state of Oklahoma is making it easier for landowners to get compensation for reducing their greenhouse gas output. In 2008, the state began a program that facilitates the creation and trading of “carbon offsets” that will generate income...
    • Wetland/waterfowl development grant

    • Waterfowl management--Oklahoma--Finance.
    • Project 1 - Operation and Maintenance objective: To operate and maintain 12,011 acres of productive wetland habitat on state managed lands and one storage facility for seasonal waterfowl hunting opportunities and utilization by migrant and...
    • Master cattleman quarterly, 12/2013, v.21

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    • Payne County Extenstion to Offer Electric Fencing Seminar, Dave Lalman; Stocker Budgets - A Planning Tool You Can Use, Roger Sahs; Marketing Cull Cows: Does Body Condition Score Matter?, Kellie Curry Raper, Jon T. Biermacher; High Priced Cow-Herd...
    • Identifying focal areas for quail habitat restoration

    • Northern bobwhite--Habitat--Oklahoma.; Northern bobwhite--Oklahoma.
    • Project 1. Quail Habitat Restoration, Outreach & Technical Guidance for Focal Areas. Objective: Increase quality bobwhite habitat in Oklahoma's five quail focal areas with landowner acceptance.; Project 2. GISDevelopment to Track Habitat Changes in...
    • Water quality primer

    • Water quality--Oklahoma.; Water--Pollution--Oklahoma.
    • This booklet is an introduction to water resources and pollution ecology. Many people feel that water pollution is an issue, but they do not necessarily know why various pollutants are a problem.; The 'Water Quality Primer' provides basic,...
    • Management after wildfire

    • Wildfire risk--Management.; Forests and forestry--Fire management.
    • What can Landowners do to manage property after a wildfire?; Has your property been affected by wildfire? Are you unsure about what to do now and who to turn to for help? Wildfires can be devastating to homes, barns, hay bales, or standing grass...
    • Your side of the fence, summer 2013, v.13 no.1

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    • Feral Hog Trapping 101 by John Rempe; Feral Hog Trapping 101: Key Points to Remember by John Rempe; The Wet/Dry Cycle: Understanding Wetland Function by Josh Richardson; New: Oklahoma Quail Habiat Guide by Michael Bergin; Waitin' on a Whistle by...
    • The Oklahoma bar journal

    • Law--Periodicals--Oklahoma.;Bar associations--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Law reports, digests, etc.--Oklahoma.
    • The Oklahoma Bar Journal is a publication of the Oklahoma Bar Association.
    • The forest stewards' voice, spring/summer 2013

    • Forests and forestry--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Newsletter of Oklahoma's Forest Stewardship Program; Forestry Issues in Oklahoma: Logging Roads and Permits; Message from your Forest Stewardship Program Coordinator; A Message from the State Forester, George L. Geissler; Featured Forest...
    • Mesonet connection, 06/2012, v.3 no.6

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    • 20 years in the Making: a History Lesson by Stephanie Bowen; Mesonet in Pictures 2002 Mesonet Website; A Partnership Benefitting Oklahoma Agriculture by Stephanie Bowen; May Ends Warmestd Spring in Oklahoma History by Gary McManus
    • 2030 Osage County comprehensive plan

    • Osage County (Okla.)--Planning.; Regional planning--Oklahoma--Osage County.
    • The 2030 Plan will be a “living document’ and the result of a very public process whereby a vision of the County and its physical development is reduced to statements of standards and strategies, goals, policies objectives and detailed plans...
    • Disaster assistance : a guide to recovery programs for Oklahoma.

    • Emergency management--Oklahoma--Directories.; Emergency management--United States--Directories.; Disaster relief--Oklahoma--Directories.; Disaster relief--United States--Directories.
    • This Guide presents an array of programs that may be of assistance during and after disaster recovery – depending upon the circumstances, community needs, and available resources. It contains brief descriptions and contact information for...
    • Frequently asked questions

    • Hazardous waste site remediation--Oklahoma.; Brownfields--Oklahoma.; Hazardous waste site remediation--United States--Finance.; Soil remediation--United States--Finance.; United States. American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
    • 1. What is a brownfield? With certain legal exclusions and additions, the term "brownfield site" means real property, the expansion, redevelopment, or reuse of which may be complicated by the presence or potential presence of a hazardous substance,...
    • Upland game investigations

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    • Project 1: Monitoring Greater and Lesser Prairie Chickens Objective: The objective of this study is to monitor prairie chicken populations by determining booming male densities, average number of birds present per lek, and lek densities on a local...
    • Wetland/waterfowl grant

    • Waterfowl management--Oklahoma--Finance.
    • 2003/04 issue: Project 1 To operate and maintain 11,680 acres of productive wetland habitat on state managed lands and one office facility for seasonal waterfowl hunting opportunities and utilization by migrant and wintering waterfowl. Project 2 To...
    • Oklahoma's eGov news report, 11/2009

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    • Get Oklahoma Red Dirt Ready; Oklahoma Grown Seedlings Available Online; Encouraging Conservation in Oklahoma; Agency Salutes: Oklahoma Commission on Children and Youth, Oklahoma State Auditor & Inspector's Office
    • Feral swine hunter and trapper.

    • Feral swine--Control--Oklahoma.; Feral swine hunting--Oklahoma.
    • This directory is intended to be a resource that landowners can use to contact hunters/trappers for help with feral swine problems.
    • Honey Creek

    • Watershed management--Honey Creek Watershed (Okla.-Ark.); Honey Creek Watershed (Okla.-Ark.); Nonpoint source pollution--Honey Creek Watershed (Okla.-Ark.);
    • Honey Creek is a 79,000 acre subwatershed of Grand Lake, one of Oklahoma’s premier reservoirs in the northeast part of the state. Best Management Practices (BMPs) are being installed on a voluntary, cost-share basis to reduce the amount of...
    • Watershed based plan for the Lake Thunderbird watershed

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed restoration--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Water quality management--Oklahoma--Thunderbird, Lake, Watershed--Planning.; Watershed...
    • Lake Thunderbird, located in central Oklahoma, is a popular recreational lake as well as a water supply reservoir for the cities of Norman, Del City, and Midwest City, which have a combined population of approximately 178,000. Significant taste and...
    • Your side of the fence

    • Oklahoma. Department of Wildlife Conservation--Periodicals.;Landowners--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • published three times a year for those enrolled in the ODWC's landowner assistance programs
    • Restoration registration

    • Reclamation of land--Oklahoma.; energy industries--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma Energy Resources Board.
    • 13,00 abandoned well sites restored and counting. Without charging landowners a penny. What number will you be?
    • No-till cropping systems in Oklahoma

    • No-tillage--Oklahoma.;Farming--Oklahoma.
    • This publication is designed to assist individuals interested in a no-till cropping system in making decisions that affect the production of their operation.; It is imperative that today's producers and landowners employ the best management...

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