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Current Forms and Documents by Program
All currently available TJSWCD documents and forms are available from the links below. Most documents are available in PDF format only. Before downloading any documents from our site, please be sure you have a PDF reading application downloaded. We recommend Adobe Reader, which is free and available here.
Agricultural BMP Documents
There are no files currently available for this program.
Information on the Foundation behind the easement program and its governance.
A brochure that gives an overview of the TJSWCD Easement Programs.
Chesapeake Bay TMDL Documents
Sign up for TMDL meeting notices.
An article from the Washington Spectator on the District's role in the Chesapeake Bay cleanup. (PDF)
The watershed implementation plan for Phase II of the Chesapeake Bay TMDL (PDF)
Upper Rockfish TMDL Documents
Moores Creek, Lodge Creek, Meadow Creek & Schenks Branch TMDL Documents
Pamunkey River & Tributaries TMDL
Erosion & Sediment Control and Stormwater Management Program
VCAP-CCAP Forms, Documents, and Links
For an application, contact us.
Detailed instructions on all VCAP practices.
An interactive PDF guide of suggested plants and resources
A publication by the Virginia Department of Forestry which goes step-by-step through how to create your own rain garden
A brochure of plants suggested for use in rain gardens.
Share this brochure with others to explain rooftop runoff and impervious surfaces.
A guide for creating your own runoff and rainwater harvesting solutions.
BMP guidelines and general education on reducing your stormwater.
Technical specifications for practices that meet the requirements of Virginia's Stormwater Management Program.
Envirothon Preparation Materials
There are no files available for this program at this time.
MWEE Lesson Plans
Sense of Place, a reflection activity based on the Geography curriculum
Other Stations conducted by Camp Albemarle classes to suit their group sizes and class needs
The documents will automatically download in PDF form
Please contact Lauriston DaMitz for additional information on the 2017 Youth Conservation Camp program