Sustainable Water Supply and Demand within Marin County

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Sustainable Water Supply and Demand within Marin County by Mind Map: Sustainable Water Supply and Demand within Marin County

1. Clean Water Sources

1.1. Grey Water Reuse

1.2. Water Districts

1.2.1. NMWD Public Wells Stafford Lake Russian River

1.2.2. MMWD Marin Reservoirs Desalinization?

1.2.3. Stinson Beach Inverness PUD Bolinas PUD

1.3. Private Well

1.4. Stream or Pond

1.5. Private Property Catchment

2. Sanitation Districts

2.1. Novato

2.2. Las Gallinas

2.3. Central Marin Agency

2.3.1. San Rafael

2.3.2. Ross Valley

2.3.3. Corte Madera

2.4. Southern Marin Agency

2.4.1. Richardson Bay

2.4.2. Homestead Valley

2.4.3. Almonte

2.4.4. Alto

2.5. Tiburon

2.6. Sausalito / Marin City

3. Land and Water Use

3.1. Residential

3.1.1. Water Users Low Flow Toilets Shower Heads Fix Leaks Dishwasher Washing Machine Native Plants Rain Gardens Drip Irregation

3.2. Commercial

3.2.1. Nurseries

3.2.2. Plumbers

3.2.3. Landscapers

3.2.4. Architects

3.3. Industrial

3.4. Agriculture

3.4.1. Build soil to hold water, CO2 & roots

3.4.2. Protect creek banks from cattle

3.4.3. Capture waste run off

3.5. Open Space

3.5.1. County Parks

3.5.2. State Parks

3.5.3. National Parks

3.5.4. Water Districts

4. Water Quality

4.1. Pollution

4.1.1. Sewage Treatment Failures Sewer Main Breaks Sewer Lateral Leakage Septic Systems

4.1.2. Atmosphere Energy Used GHG's Water Pumping Water Treatment Water Heating Water Cooling

4.1.3. Erosion Deforestation Cattle Grazing Soil Grading & Tilling Stormwater Flooding

4.1.4. Toxics Pesticides Herbicides Fertilizers Oil & Gas

4.2. Water Treatment

5. Sustainable Water Policy

5.1. Reinforce Current Practices

5.1.1. Manage waste water infrastructure to minimize environmental impacts

5.1.2. Manage water supply to get thru the dry months & years

5.1.3. Minimize flooding during winter storms

5.1.4. Reduce storm drain pollution

5.2. Climate Protection

5.2.1. Comply with AB32 reduction targets

5.2.2. Maximize carbon sequestration

5.2.3. Anticipate rising tides

5.3. Water Rights and Principals

5.3.1. Don't import water from distant watersheds MMWD should share water with NMWD; not from Russian River

5.3.2. Equal allocation, per person, at base cost Live within nature's annual budget 50 gal/day/person in wet years

5.3.3. Leave alone most of the watershed flow for the other species 25% for humans 75% for others Chinook, Coho, Steelhead plus

5.3.4. Conserve Water Don't flush or irrigate with potable water Reuse grey water Price high water use /person + dwelling => progressively

5.3.5. Conserve Energy Don't move water unnecessarily Forget Desal

6. Marin's Watersheds

6.1. With Creeks Flowing to the Bay

6.1.1. San Antonio

6.1.2. Rush

6.1.3. Novato Stafford Lake Vineyard Aviche Ignacio de San Jose Pacheco Flood Zone

6.1.4. Miller

6.1.5. Gallinas Santa Venetia

6.1.6. San Rafael Meadows Flood Zone

6.1.7. Ross Valley San Anselmo Sleepy Hollow Fairfax Ross Phoenix Lake Corte Madera Tamalpais Larkspur Flood Zone

6.1.8. Richardson Milll Valley Flood Bel Aire Flood Zone

6.2. With Creeks Flowing to the Ocean

6.2.1. Estero Americano

6.2.2. Stemple Creek

6.2.3. Tomales Bay Walker Soulajoule Lagunitas Nicasio San Geronimo Kent Lake Inverness Flood Zone

6.2.4. Point Reyes Seashore

6.2.5. Southern Coastal Stinson Beach Flood Zone