Alabama has abundant water resources, with an estimated 77,000 miles of streams and rivers winding through the state. The Watershed Assessment conducted by the Alabama Soil & Water Conservation Committee is a zoomed-in view of livestock, agriculture, forestry, and water resources by Hydrologic Unit Code (HUC) within each county.
Information shown is based on data from the USDA Farm Service Agency, USDA Agricultural Statistics for Alabama, Alabama Forestry Commission, and Alabama Department of Public Health and the expertise of local technical specialists from various agencies within each county. The numbers and data assigned to individual watersheds are best professional estimates and should not be construed to represent measured fieldtested data.
To learn more about Alabama’s watersheds and water resources, please visit the Alabama Clean Water Partnership.