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Clear Fork of the Cumberland River Watershed (05130101) of the Cumberland River Basin – Group 4 (2007)

Water Quality Management Plan

Clear Fork of the Cumberland River Watershed Map

The Tennessee portion of the Clear Fork of the Cumberland River Watershed is located in East Tennessee and includes parts of Campbell, Claiborne and Scott counties. It is approximately 2,282 square miles (329 square miles in Tennessee) and drains to the Cumberland River. There are 34 known rare plant and animal species in the Tennessee portion of the Clear Fork of the Cumberland River Watershed.

Other sites within the Clear Fork of the Cumberland River Watershed include:

  • Indian Mountain Campground State Recreation Area is a multi-use facility in Campbell County. The 200-acre park is built on reclaimed strip mines. More information may be found at http://tnstateparks.com/parks/about/indian-mountain.
  • Royal Blue Wildlife Management Area is part of a 50,000-acre wilderness.

Table of Contents

Glossary

Summary - Barren River Watershed

Chapter 1 - Watershed Approach to Water Quality

Chapter 2 (1.4mb) - Description of the Barren River Watershed

Chapter 3 - Water Quality Assessment of the Barren River Watershed

Chapter 4 (6.3mb) - Point and Nonpoint Source Characterization of the Barren River Watershed

Chapter 5 - Water Quality Partnerships in the Barren River Watershed

Chapter 6 - Future Plans

Title Page for Barren River Watershed

Appendices: Appendix I, Appendix II, Appendix III, Appendix IV, Appendix V

Waters with EPA Approved Total Maximum Daily Loads (TMDL)

Clear Fork of the Cumberland River - A Total Maximum Daily Load for Siltation in the Clear Fork of the Cumberland River Watershed in Campbell, Claiborne and Scott Counties. Approved 03/12/2009.

Clear Fork of the Cumberland River - A Total Maximum Daily Load for E. Coli in the Clear Fork of the Cumberland River Watershed in Campbell, Claiborne and Scott Counties. Approved 08/23/2007.