- Colorado National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Assessments – CO Repository for Environmental Data - Various Agencies
- Engineering With Nature | Alternative Techniques to Rip Rap – Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Using Multi-Objective Management to Reduce Flood Losses in Your Watershed - Association of State Floodplain Managers Inc (ASFPM) (1996)
- Hazard Mitigation: Integrating Best Practices into Planning - American Planning Association (APA) and Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
Hazard Mitigation: Integrating Best Practices into Planning, prepared by the American Planning Association (APA) and supported through a contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), seeks to close the gap that often exists between hazard mitigation planning and other local planning and regulatory land-use processes. It introduces hazard mitigation as a vital area of practice for planners; provides guidance on how to integrate hazard mitigation strategies into comprehensive, area, and functional plans; and shows where hazard mitigation can fit into zoning and subdivision codes. Best practices and practical applications are provided.
- The Beaver Restoration Guidebook | Working with Beaver to Restore Streams, Wetlands and Floodplains – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and North Pacific Landscape Conservation Cooperative
- NRCS Plant Materials riparian documents page - contains numerous references to collecting & handling plant materials
- NEH 654-the Technical Supplements - Natural Resource Conservation Service
- Stream Corridor Restoration (NEH 653) - Natural Resource Conservation Service
- 2014 Climate Change in Colorado Report – Colorado Water Conservation Board (CWCB)
- Riparian road guide: Managing roads to enhance riparian areas Washington, D.C. Terrene Institute, in cooperation with the US Environmental Protection Agency and USDA Forest Service, Southwestern Region.
This resource contains a number of cost effective road construction practices for maintaining clean water while simultaneously enhancing and restoring the health and value of riparian areas. The guide is divided into three sections; history of road-riparian interfaces, common road and riparian conflicts, and solutions to correct existing problems and ways to avoid them in the future. Common culvert problems and cost-effective and environmentally beneficial solutions are identified. Problems include increased water velocities through the culvert, channel erosion, water quality, diversion potential, and barriers to fish passage. This guide was written primarily for local government personnel, elected officials, and road designers and contractors in the arid and semiarid southwestern United States. The general principles, however, are applicable in other regions of the country if techniques are modified accordingly. It is applicable to suburban and rural road systems, less applicable to roads in heavily urbanized areas.
- National Fish Passage Program | Creating Aquatic Possibilities 2012 Report – U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS).
- Mitigation Best Practices Portfolio – Federal Emergency Management Agency
- Engineering With Nature U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
- The Transportation and Environmental Resources Council
CDOT and FHWA recognized that local, state and federal agencies should have a forum in which to discuss state transportation decisions and plan for environmental stewardship. The TERC was formed in 2002 to provide such a forum. Since its inception, a strong working relationship has blossomed and continues to grow among federal, state, tribal, and local agencies in Colorado.
- The Color ado Water Conservation Board (CWCB) represents each major water basin, Denver and other state agencies in our joint effort to use water wisely and protect our water for future generations.
- DURT GeoPlatform | Disaster Unified Review Team Geospatial Information Systems Viewer - | CO-DURT@FEMA.DHS.gov.