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Appalachian Community Technical Assistance and Training Program (ACTAT)

Funded by the Rural Utilities Service ( RUS), a division of the U. S. Department of Agriculture ( USDA) Rural Development Program, the  ACTAT program is a partnership of the National Environmental Services Center ( NESC), the University of Kentucky’s ( UKY) Water Resources Research Institute (KWRRI), and the University of Tennessee-Knoxville’s ( UTK) Hydraulics & Sedimentation Lab ( HSL). The program provides customized, face-to-face training and technical assistance to small Appalachian communities burdened by inadequate water services.

To learn more about ACTAT and how your community can benefit from services offered, click on  Appalachian Community Technical Assistance and Training (ACTAT) Program.