Watershed coordination is the process of integrating scientific, policy, and economic data, taking into consideration community and government needs and constraints, to assess, plan, and manage our natural resources for long term sustainability. Implementation of plans and projects requires both on-the-ground organization and collaboration at regional and state levels. The Council for Watershed Health’s Watershed Coordination programs include education, technical assistance, research, and planning.
Programs and projects that relate to watershed coordination include:
Greater Los Angeles County Integrated Regional Water Management
Disadvantaged Communities Outreach Evaluation Project
Watershed Symposia
San Jose Creek Corridor Plan
Technical Assistance
Compton Creek Watershed Management
Lower Los Angeles River Watershed Management
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