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Stakeholder input is a crucial component of the watershed management planning process. In the East River Watershed, we’re asking YOU to provide input on how we can collaborate to manage our water resources. We want to learn more about your concerns for the future of our watershed, what your water use needs will be, and how you use our river systems. Did you observe a particularly eroded section of stream bank as you were floating by? Let us know!  Is your favorite fishing hole no longer producing like it used to? Add a note about it. Collectively, stakeholder surveys and feedback will help define the issues addressed and identify potential solutions for the stream management planning process. We want to hear your voice! Please fill out our stakeholder outreach survey by clicking HERE and email your answers to julie@hccacb.org.


Want to learn more about the watershed management planning process? Check out “Wading in the Water”, a collaborative radio series produced by KBUT and High Country Conservation Advocates. These short radio segments are all about watershed management planning and are currently airing on KBUT on Tuesdays at 10 a.m. and 8:30 p.m., and Thursdays at 7:30 a.m. and 6:18 p.m. Miss it on the radio? Check out our current and past episodes by clicking HERE.