Publications & Resources

The Ashokan Water­shed Stream Man­age­ment Pro­gram pro­duces pub­li­ca­tions meant to inform stream­side landown­ers, vis­i­tors, and other inter­ested par­ties about our pro­gram activ­i­ties and to pro­vide guid­ance on a vari­ety of stream man­age­ment top­ics. Below you will find links to our pro­gram brochure, annual report, newslet­ter, our “Stream Guide” fact­sheet series, and other reports for gen­eral audi­ences. For tech­ni­cal doc­u­ments and stream man­age­ment plans, see the links at left.

AWSMP Pro­gram Brochure

The Pro­gram Brochure pro­vides an overview of AWSMP, its part­ner agen­cies and mis­sion. (1.3 MB, pdf)

Annual Plan

Annual Reports

Newslet­ters

Stream Guide Fact­sheet Series

Resources for Stream­side Living

Any­one who lives beside a stream knows the joys and chal­lenges of liv­ing in close prox­im­ity to mov­ing water. This sec­tion pro­vides resources for stream­side landown­ers to learn more about liv­ing in har­mony with streams.

Flood Haz­ard Mitigation

Train­ing and infor­ma­tion resources for Town flood advi­sory com­mit­tee or board mem­bers and oth­ers engaged in local flood haz­ard mitigation.

Local Flood Analy­sis Reports

Local Flood Analy­sis, Town of Shan­daken Along Eso­pus Creek Ham­lets of Phoeni­cia and Mt. Trem­per, Ulster County, NY, revised Octo­ber 2016

Ben­e­fit Cost Analy­sis (BCA) — Train­ing by Dave Mur­phy, MMI

Nav­i­gat­ing Benefit-Cost Analy­sis (6 mb, pdf)

River Hydraulic Mod­el­ing — Train­ing by Roy Schiff, MMI

River Hydraulic Modeling_Part I - Hydraulics (4.4 mb, pdf)
River Hydraulic Modeling_Part II - Model Steps (3.7 mb, pdf)
River Hydraulic Modeling_Part III - Case Stud­ies (4.5 mb, pdf)

How to Use Depth Grids — Train­ing by Phil Eskeli, NYC DEP

How to Use Depth Grids (2.1 mb, pdf)

FEMA Flood Documents

Ulster County Flood Risk Report
Ashokan Water­shed Hydro­logic Study
Eso­pus Water­shed Hydraulic Study

Videos

Links below will open a Vimeo or YouTube channel.

Web­sites

At the Jerry Bartlett Angling Col­lec­tion, learn about the major  hatches of insects in Catskill streams, par­tic­u­larly the Eso­pus Creek.

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