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    • Invest Ed my money handbook

    • High school students--Finance, Personal.;
    • In school we learn a lot about English, math, history and science. But the subject you will use every day (if you do not already) of your life is called money management. Money management is all about knowing how to use your money wisely. There is...
    • Water policy & related recommendations for Oklahoma

    • Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.; Water-supply--Government policy--Oklahoma.
    • The following report was developed for the 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan and presents the results of an unprecedented four-year process to develop water policy and related recommendations to address the state’s current and...
    • Protecting Oklahoma's children : who is responsible?

    • Abused children--Services for--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Law and legislation--Oklahoma.
    • The legislation creating the Child Abuse Study Commission mandated that we examine all laws, policies, and procedures relevant to child abuse and neglect. Protecting Oklahoma's Children: Who is Responsible? is the result of six months' work by...
    • Oklahoma First energy plan

    • Energy policy--Oklahoma.
    • Fostering economic development, transitioning transportation fuels, optimizing the existing energy system, and positioning Oklahoma for the future by pragmatically leveraging Oklahoma resources are the key components of the Oklahoma First Energy...
    • Annual report for the Council on Firefighter Training

    • Oklahoma. Council on Firefighter Training--Periodicals.; Fire fighters--Training of--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • Stakeholders involved in the fire and emergency response community throughout our state come together under the auspices of the Council on Firefighter Training. Here, they discuss and plan out crucial aspects of responder training. Because our...
    • Kiamichi River basin water resources development plan

    • Water resources development--Kiamichi River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.);Water use--Kiamichi River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.);Water-supply--Kiamichi River Watershed (Ark. and Okla.)
    • As directed under HCR 1066, the members of the Oklahoma Water Resources Board hereby formally submit to the 48th Oklahoma State Legislature the Kiamichi River Basin Water Resources Development Plan Final Report.;Prompted by the ongoing legal...
    • Caddo Creek watershed project : Carter County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Carter County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Murray County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Caddo Creek (Okla. : Stephens County-Carter County)
    • The 217,000 acre Caddo Creek watershed is located in Carter, Murray and Stephens Counties. Twenty-eight flood control dams have been constructed in the watershed by the Arbuckle Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation...
    • Caney Coon Creek Dam No. 2 : Coalgate Lock, Coal County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Coal County.; Caney Coon Creek Site 2 Dam (Okla.); Coalgate Reservoir (Okla.)
    • Caney Coon Creek Watershed Dam No. 2, known locally as Coalgate Reservoir, is located two miles north of Coalgate, Oklahoma. The dam was constructed in 1965 by the city of Coalgate and the Coal County Conservation District with the assistance of...
    • Oklahoma comprehensive water plan executive report

    • Water resources development--Government policy--Oklahoma.; Water-supply--Oklahoma--Management.;
    • Extensive public participation and detailed technical evaluations, the two pillars of this 2012 Update of the Oklahoma Comprehensive Water Plan, have resulted in a bold, strategic vision with four core elements critical to securing Oklahoma’s...
    • Kickapoo Nations Creek Watershed Dam No. 1 : Bell Cow Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Lincoln County.; Kickapoo Nations Creek (Okla.); Bell Cow Lake (Okla.)
    • Kickapoo Nations Creek Watershed Dam No. 1M, known as Bell Cow Lake, is located three miles northwest of Chandler, Oklahoma. The dam, one of 2,107 flood control dams i the state, provides multiple benefits for the citizens of Lincoln County and...
    • Rush Creek Watershed Dam No. 1 : Taylor Lake, Grady County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Grady County.; Rush Creek Site 1 Dam (Okla.); Taylor Lake (Okla. : Grady County)
    • Rush Creek Watershed Dam No. 1, known as Taylor Lake, was constructed in 1960 by the City of Marlow and the Grady County Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources Conservation...
    • Upper Black Bear Creek Watershed Dam No. 62 - Perry Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Upper Black Bear Creek Site 62 Dam (Okla.); Perry Lake (Okla.: Noble Co.)
    • Upper Black Bear Creek Watershed Dam No. 62 was constructed in 1963 by the City of Perry, the Black Bear Conservancy District and the Noble County Conservation District with assistance from the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural...
    • Sallisaw Creek Watershed Dam No. 18M : Adair County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Adair County.; Sallisaw Creek Site 18 Dam (Okla.)
    • Sallisaw Creek Watershed Dam No. 18M is located five and one-half miles southwest of Stilwell, Oklahoma. The dam, one of 2,107 flod control dams in the state, provides multiple benefits for the citizens of Adair County and surrounding areas. The...
    • Upper Elk Creek Watershed Dam No. 22 - Elk City Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Upper Elk Creek Site 22r Dam (Okla.); Lake Elk City (Okla.)
    • Upper elk Creek Watershed Dam No. 22, known as Elk City Lake, was constructed in 1970 by Elk City and the North Fork of the Red River Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources...
    • Sallisaw Creek Watershed Dam No. 20 : Adair County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Adair County.; Sallisaw Creek Site 20 Dam (Okla.)
    • Sallisaw Creek Watershed Dam No. 20 is located approximately four miles south of Stilwell, Oklahoma. The dam, on of 2,107 flood control dams in the state, provides multiple benefits for the citizens of Adair County and surrounding areas. The dam...
    • Upper Red Rock Creek watershed project : Garfield and Noble Counties, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Garfield County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Garfield County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Noble County.; Upper Red Rock Creek (Okla.)
    • The Upper Red Rock Creek Watershed Project consists of forty-three control dams in a 197,000 watershed in Garfield and Noble Counties. The dams were constructed by the Red Rock Conservancy District, Garfield County Conservation District and Noble...
    • Oklahoma's NRCS-assisted flood control program.

    • Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma.; Flood control--Oklahoma.; Watershed management--Oklahoma.; United States. Natural Resources Conservation Service.
    • Local, state and federal government agencies work together to utilize the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service Watershed Program to address natural resource needs and improve the quality of life for thousands of Oklahomans.
    • Questions & answers for parents.

    • Child welfare--Oklahoma.; Child abuse--Investigation--Oklahoma.; Oklahoma. Child Protective Services.; Oklahoma. Child Welfare Services.
    • Explains what Child Welfare Services does upon receiving a report of suspected child abuse or neglect. Child Protective Services (CPS) is a child welfare (CW) service that focuses on protecting children from harm. The Oklahoma Department of Human...
    • Cobb Creek Watershed Dam No. 1 : Crowder Lake.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Washita County.; Cobb Creek Watershed Dam No. 1 (Okla.); Crowder Lake (Okla. : Washita Co.)
    • Cobb Creek Watershed Dam No. 1, known locally as Crowder Lake, is located ten miles south of Weatherford, Oklahoma. The 89-foot high dam has created a 135 surface acre lake. The dam was constructed for flood control in 1958 by the Deer Creek...
    • Double Creek watershed project : Washington County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Washington County.; Double Creek (Okla. : Washington County)
    • The Double Creek Watershed Project consists of six flood control dams in a 38,000 acre watershed located in southern Washington County. The dams were constructed between 1954 and 1955 by the Caney Valley Conservation District with the assistance of...
    • Fourche Maline Creek Watershed Dam No. 7 - Lake Lloyd Church.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Latimer County.; Fourche Maline Creek Site 7 Dam (Okla.); Lloyd Church Lake (Okla.)
    • Fourche Maline Creek Watershed dam No. 7, known as Lake Lloyd Church, is located 3.7 miles southwest of Wilburton, Oklahoma in Latimer County. The dam was built in 1964 by the City of Wilburton, the Latimer County Conservation District and the...
    • Salt Camp Creek Dam No. 12 : Stroud Lake, Creek County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Creek County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Creek County.; Salt Camp Creek Site 12 Dam (Okla.); Stroud Lake (Okla.)
    • Salt Camp Creek Watersehd Dam No. 12, also known as Stroud Lake, was constructed in 1970 by the city of Stroud and the Creek County Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources...
    • Oklahoma's Nonpoint Source Program annual report

    • Nonpoint source pollution--Oklahoma--Periodicals.;Water quality--Oklahoma--Periodicals.
    • The Oklahoma Nonpoint Source (NPS) Program is a combination of federal, state, and local agencies collaborating to identify and reduce nonpoint source pollution in Oklahoma's waters. NPS pollutants come from a variety of sources including homes,...
    • Kadashan Bottom watershed project : Wagoner County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Wagoner County.; Kadashan Bottom (Okla.)
    • The Kadashan Bottom Watershed Project consists of five flood control dams that were constructed in a 9,326 acre watershed in western Wagoner County near the town of Coweta. The dams were constructed between 1969 and 1979 by the Wagoner County...
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 39 : Lake Fuqua, Stephens County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 39 (Okla.); Fuqua, Lake (Okla.)
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 39, known as Lake Fuqua, was constructed in 1963 by the City of Duncan and the Stephens County Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources...
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 22 : Lake Humphreys.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Wildhorse Creek Site 22 Dam (Okla.); Humphreys, Lake (Okla.)
    • Wildhorse Creek Watershed Dam No. 22, known as Lake Humphreys, was constructed in 1957 by the City of Duncan and the Stephens County Conservation District with the assistance of the Oklahoma Conservation Commission and the USDA Natural Resources...
    • Wildhorse Creek watershed project.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Stephens County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Murray County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Garvin County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Carter County.;...
    • One hundred and seven flood control dams have been constructed in the 420,000 acre Wildhorse Creek Watershed in Stephens, Garvin, Carter, and Murray Counties. The dams were built by the Stephens County, Murray County, Garvin and Arbuckle...
    • Washita River watershed project.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma.; Washita River Watershed (Tex. and Okla.)
    • Severe flooding occurred along the Washita River in the early 20th century.; The Washita River was one of the eleven projects selected for authorization.
    • Okfuskee Tribs Watershed Dam No. S-1 : Okmulgee County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Okmulgee County.; Salt Creek Site S-1 Dam (Okla.); Dripping Springs Lake (Okla.)
    • The Okfuskee Tribs Watershed Dam No. S-1 (known as Driping Springs Lake) is located eight miles southwest of Okmulgee. The dam was constructed in 1976 by the City of Okmulgee and the Okmulgee County Conservation District with the assistance of the...
    • Sandstone Creek watershed project : Roger Mills and Beckham counties, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Roger Mills County.; Watershed management--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Roger Mills County.; Flood dams and reservoirs--Oklahoma--Beckham County.; Sandstone Creek (Okla.)
    • The Sandstone Creek Watershed Project consists of 42 flood control dams (23 in Roger Mills County and 19 in Beckham County). The dams were constructed between 1950 and 1970 by the Upper Washita Conservation District with the assistance of the...
    • Rainy Mountain Creek watershed project : Kiowa County, Oklahoma.

    • Watershed management--Oklahoma--Kiowa County.; Rainy Mountain Creek (Okla.)
    • The Rainy Mountain Creek Watershed project is located in Kiowa, Washita and Comanche Counties. Twenty-nine flood control dams have been constructed in the 210,000 acre watershed, all in Kiowa County. The dams were built by the Kiowa County and...

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