Water Quality Monitoring
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Available Documents

There are 45 documents currently available in the Water Quality Monitoring portion of the website.

Surface and ground water quality monitoring on the Lummi Indian Reservation has been ongoing since 1993. The purpose of the Water Quality Monitoring Program is threefold:(1) to establish the baseline conditions of surface and ground waters on and flowing onto the Reservation, (2) to use this information to evaluate regulatory compliance of waters flowing onto the Reservation, and (3) to support the development and implementation of a water quality regulatory program on the Reservation. This information is needed to help protect the public health and safety of Reservation residents, Reservation ground water, Reservation tidelands, and sensitive shellfish growing areas.

Protection of surface water is essential because:

Protection of ground water is essential because:

Documents pertaining to the program are found in Available Documents

The most recent water quality assessment report is available for 2018-2019.

You can also view the most recent summary results and how they compare to Water Quality Standards via the following maps:

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