Cultivating relationships and sustaining a vibrant working landscape
The Elk River Watershed Stewardship Program is in transition.
A message from the California Regional Water Quality Control Board, North Coast Region (1): "The North Coast Regional Water Board, County of Humboldt, and University of California Cooperative Extension have agreed to modify the administration of the Stewardship Program, and are currently working through the steps to effect that change. This change will include the County of Humboldt and the University of California Cooperative Extension stepping down from the steering committee, with great thanks for their work to date. The Regional Water Board appreciates the community’s willingness to engage with the Stewardship process thus far, and we envision that the Program will continue under new leadership in several months. As a new Stewardship team is assembled, feel free to contact Chuck Striplen at 707-576-2689, or firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns about the Elk River Watershed Stewardship Program."
The Elk River Watershed Stewardship Program will:
- Create opportunities for partnerships and projects to improve conditions in the Elk River Watershed;
- Provide an open, transparent, and non-regulatory process that is sensitive to diverse community needs and interests; and
- Seek to cultivate relationships and develop strategies to revive the health and function of the watershed, effect changes in infrastructure and access, and sustain a vibrant working landscape.