Schoharie Basin Stream Management Plans
Stream Management Plans provide a comprehensive review of stream characteristics, data, maps, and recommended management strategies. The plans are meant to assist watershed municipalities and residents in planning for a sustainable future for their property, infrastructure, water and biological resources.
- Schoharie Creek Management Plan
- East Kill Management Plan
- West Kill Management Plan
- Batavia Kill Management Plan
- Manor Kill Management Plan
Schoharie Basin Action Plans
Action plans direct the implementation of stream management plans by distilling large, overarching goals into smaller, more manageable projects. Initially developed every 2 years, action plans for the Schoharie Reservoir watershed are now developed annually by a collaboration between the Schoharie Watershed Advisory Committee (SWAC), Greene County Soil & Water Conservation District (GCSWCD), and New York City Department of Environmental Protection (NYC DEP).
Click here to view the Schoharie Basin Action Plans on the Catskill Streams website.
Schoharie Basin-Specific Studies
Click on the links below to view Schoharie Basin area studies and how these relate to the above stream management plans
Effectiveness of Stream Restoration in Reducing Stream Bank Erosion: The Case of Batavia Kill Stream Restoration Projects, New York (Chen, Y. et al., 2005)
Summary of Schoharie Wildlife and Fishery Study
Greene County All Hazards Mitigation Plan (2009)