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Local Government Advisory Committee Meeting Carin Bisland, Associate Director Chesapeake Bay Program Office U. Local Government Advisory Committee Meeting Carin Bisland, Associate Director Chesapeake Bay Program Office U. S. EPA October 5, 2017

The Chesapeake Bay and Watershed The Chesapeake Bay and Watershed

Chesapeake Bay Program NY Bay Commission DC VA MD PA DE WV Federal govt Chesapeake Bay Program NY Bay Commission DC VA MD PA DE WV Federal govt A vast partnership of all the major players in the Chesapeake region, working collaboratively on science, policy and restoration efforts

The Bay Cleanup Involves Partners at All Levels FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: USEPA, USGS, USFWS, NRCS, The Bay Cleanup Involves Partners at All Levels FEDERAL GOVERNMENT: USEPA, USGS, USFWS, NRCS, FS, NPS, NOAA, DOD, USCG PRIVATE INDUSTRY/ BUSINESSES STATE GOVERNMENT: NY, PA, MD, DE, VA, WV, DC CHESAPEAKE BAY CLEANUP UNIVERSITIES & RESEARCH INSTITUTIONS RIVER BASIN COMMISSIONS REGIONAL GOVERNMENTS LOCAL GOVERNMENT ENVIRONMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS CONCERNED CITIZENS 5 Chesapeake Bay Program – A Watershed Partnership

Executive Order 13508 May 12, 2009 – President Obama issues EO 13508 for the Executive Order 13508 May 12, 2009 – President Obama issues EO 13508 for the Protection and Restoration of the Chesapeake Bay ¨ Federal ¨ EO Leadership Committee Strategy ¨ Annual Action Plan and Progress Report 6

CBP Organizational Structure and Leadership Citizens’ Advisory Committee Chesapeake Executive Council Independent Evaluator Principals’ CBP Organizational Structure and Leadership Citizens’ Advisory Committee Chesapeake Executive Council Independent Evaluator Principals’ Staff Committee Local Government Advisory Committee Management Board Scientific & Technical Advisory Committee CBP Director Action Teams Communications Workgroup & Office Goal Implementation Teams Sustainable Fisheries Implementation Workgroups Protect & Restore Vital Habitats Implementation Workgroups Protect & Restore Water Quality Implementation Workgroups Maintain Healthy Watersheds Implementation Workgroups Foster Chesapeake Stewardship Implementation Workgroups Enhance Partnering, Leadership & Management Implementation Workgroups Science, Technical Analysis, and Reporting

Chesapeake Bay Program CBPO Organizational Structure and Leadership Immediate Office 3 CB 00 Nicholas Chesapeake Bay Program CBPO Organizational Structure and Leadership Immediate Office 3 CB 00 Nicholas Di. Pasquale Director Rich Batiuk Associate Director Office of Science, Analysis & Implementation 3 CB 10 B Implementation/E valuation Team Science Integration Team James Edward Deputy Director Carin Bisland Associate Director Office of Partnerships and Accountability 3 CB 10 C Accountability and Budget Team Partnerships & Assistance Team

Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office Section 117(b) of Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office Section 117(b) of the Clean Water Act directs the EPA Administrator to maintain a Chesapeake Bay Program Office (CBPO) and states: 117(b)(2)(B)The Chesapeake Bay Program shall provide support to the Chesapeake Executive Council by: What Section 117(b)(2)(B) says: (i) Implementing and coordinating science, research, modeling, monitoring, data collection, and other activities that support the Chesapeake Bay Program What We Do: ü Maintain a comprehensive 30+ year tidal and nontidal monitoring network with consistent and comparable data ü Develop and maintains an internationally recognized series of models and technical support systems to run the models. ü Maintain a repository of data and analyses that is available to the public and used by states, universities, local implementers

Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office • Section 117(b) Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office • Section 117(b) of the Clean Water Act directs the EPA Administrator to maintain a Chesapeake Bay Program Office (CBPO) and states that: 117(b)(2)(B)The Chesapeake Bay Program shall provide support to the Chesapeake Executive Council by: What Section 117(b)(2)(B) says: (ii) Developing and making available, through publications, technical assistance and other means, information pertaining to the environmental quality and living resources of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem; (v) Implementing outreach programs for public information, education and participation to foster stewardship of the resources of the Chesapeake Bay What We Do: ü Ensure communication and outreach with a focus on restoration and protection of the ecosystem of the entire Chesapeake Bay watershed ü Annual Bay Barometer ü Chesapeakebay. net ü Chesapeake. Progress

Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office • Section 117(b) Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office • Section 117(b) of the Clean Water Act directs the EPA Administrator to maintain a Chesapeake Bay Program Office (CBPO) and states that: 117(b)(2)(B)The Chesapeake Bay Program shall provide support to the Chesapeake Executive Council by: What Section 117(b)(2)(B) says: (iii) Assisting the signatories of the Chesapeake Bay Agreement in developing and implementing specific action plans to carry out the responsibilities of the signatories to the Chesapeake Bay Agreement in cooperation with appropriate Federal, State and local authorities. (iv) Coordinating the actions of the Environmental Protection Agency with the actions of other Federal agencies and State and local authorities in developing strategies to improve the water quality and living resources of the Chesapeake Bay ecosystem; What We Do: ü Manage the development and implementation of management strategies to meet goals/outcomes of the Agreement by: ü Convening forums to deliberate and agree on policy decisions that transcend state lines. ü Convening and supporting subject matter experts for issues related to fisheries, habitat, stewardship, water quality, and other areas of partnership concern. ü Convening and supporting advisory committees to ensure decisions are informed by advice from key stakeholders and by sound science.

Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office • Section 117(b) Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office • Section 117(b) of the Clean Water Act directs the EPA Administrator to maintain a Chesapeake Bay Program Office (CBPO) and states that: 117(b)(2)(B)The Chesapeake Bay Program shall provide support to the Chesapeake Executive Council by: What Section 117(b)(2)(B) says: (iii) Assisting the signatories of the Chesapeake Bay Agreement in developing and implementing specific action plans to carry out the responsibilities of the signatories to the Chesapeake Bay Agreement in cooperation with appropriate Federal, State and local authorities. What We Do: ü Manage the development and implementation of management strategies to meet goals/outcomes of the Agreement by: ü Convening forums to deliberate and agree on policy decisions that transcend state lines. ü Convening and supporting subject matter experts for issues related to fisheries, habitat, stewardship, water quality, and other areas of partnership concern

Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office üProvides grants to Chesapeake Bay Program Role of the EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Office üProvides grants to state and local jurisdictions and other partner organizations for implementing the goals of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement, including water quality monitoring grants üCoordinates and oversees the Chesapeake Bay Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) and helps ensure accountability through the Bay jurisdictions’ Watershed Implementation Plans and Two-Year Milestones. üThe Chesapeake Bay Accountability and Recovery Act (CBARA) requires the EPA Administrator to appoint an independent evaluator for the Chesapeake Bay Program who reports on restoration activities and other to the Chesapeake Executive Council

Chesapeake Bay Program Histor y Fiscal Year Federal Funding levels (in millions) EPA Funding Chesapeake Bay Program Histor y Fiscal Year Federal Funding levels (in millions) EPA Funding Levels EPA Chesapeake Bay Program Funding Levels 2014 $484 $184 $70 2015 $462 $186 $73 2016 $536 $194 $73 2017 $73 2018 President’s budget 2018 House Bill Proposed to be Eliminated $60 with $5 for SWG and $5 for INSR

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CBP Organizational Structure and Leadership Citizens’ Advisory Committee Chesapeake Executive Council Independent Evaluator Principals’ CBP Organizational Structure and Leadership Citizens’ Advisory Committee Chesapeake Executive Council Independent Evaluator Principals’ Staff Committee Local Government Advisory Committee Management Board Scientific & Technical Advisory Committee CBP Director Action Teams Communications Workgroup & Office Goal Implementation Teams Sustainable Fisheries Implementation Workgroups Protect & Restore Vital Habitats Implementation Workgroups Protect & Restore Water Quality Implementation Workgroups Maintain Healthy Watersheds Implementation Workgroups Foster Chesapeake Stewardship Implementation Workgroups Enhance Partnering, Leadership & Management Implementation Workgroups Science, Technical Analysis, and Reporting

1. Continue implementation, tracking progress and reporting results, with stable tools through at least 1. Continue implementation, tracking progress and reporting results, with stable tools through at least 2017 2. Enhance decision support and assessment tools to enable successful engagement of local partners 3. Incorporate new or refined BMPs and verification of practices into existing accountability tools and reporting protocols 4. Address emerging issues (e. g. , climate change) 5. Prioritize midpoint assessment actions and use adaptive management to ensure goals are met

Phase 6 Watershed Model Structure Average Load + Inputs * Sensitivity * Land Use Phase 6 Watershed Model Structure Average Load + Inputs * Sensitivity * Land Use Acres * BMPs * Dir Lo ect ad s Land to Water * Stream Delivery * River Delivery 23

Phase 6 Phase 5 Urban/Suburban Settings Phase 6 Rural Settings Phase 5 Phase 6 Phase 5 Urban/Suburban Settings Phase 6 Rural Settings Phase 5

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Current Estimated Load 2017 Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Current Estimated Load 2017

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load 2017 2025

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Growth + Assimilative Capacity Current Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Growth + Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load 2017 2025

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Conowingo + Growth + Assimilative Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Conowingo + Growth + Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load 2017 2025

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Growth + Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load 2017 2025

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Growth + Total load reductions needed by 2025 Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load 2017 2025

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Growth + Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load 2017 Planning Targets Total load reductions needed by 2025

Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Setting the Stage for the Jurisdictions’ Phase III WIPs Climate Change + Conowingo + Growth + 2017 2025 Local Area Goals Assimilative Capacity Current Estimated Load Planning Targets Total load reductions needed by 2025

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