woods of Mark West Watershed

Planning! Planning! Planning!

Friends of the Mark West Watershed are preparing two plans. The first is a Strategic Plan for our future activities. The second is a Mark West Watershed Restoration and Stewardship Plan. Everyone is encouraged to participate.

The Sotoyome Resource Conservation District (SRCD) will be taking the lead on the Restoration and Stewardship Plan. The RSP will bring together the science and direct the technical work we will need to accomplish our goals. Download a synopsis of the SRCD's The Upper Mark West Watershed Management Plan.

The Monan’s Rill Institute will be assisting with our strategic plan. Between the two plans, we should have a good road map for our future activities. Check the web site and subscribe to the FMWW email list for future information on the plans.

 

Strategic Plan includes:

• Who are we, FMWW (Landowners, residents, supporters,
other organizations)?

• What do we want to accomplish (Vision, mission, etc.)?

• Whom can we find who shares our interests (RCD, F&G,
private supporters, etc.)?

• How do we fund our activities?

Restoration and Stewardship Plan includes:

• Identify and describe the Mark West Watershed in geographic
terms and at a scale appropriate to support “parcel” scale
stewardship planning.

• Inventory and collect available environmental data.

• Identify additional data needed for stewardship planning.

• Document the History of the Mark West Watershed (Who
lived here, when, how did they live, and how did they change the
watershed)?

• Recommend reasonable stewardship goals for the community.

• Develop monitoring/feedback loop.


Friends of the Mark West Watershed • 6985 Saint Helena Road, Santa Rosa, CA 95404
Email • Tel: 707-538-5307 • Fax: 707-595-5322

Friends of the Mark West Watershed is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization.
Your contribution is tax deductible to the extent allowed by law.
FMWW’s Federal ID number is  81-2838263.

The views expressed on this website reflect those of the submitting writer(s).
They do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the Friends of the Mark West Watershed or its members.
The FMWW does not warrant or assume legal liability or responsibility for
the accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of any information disclosed.
FMWW encourages any and all community members and interested persons to attend
our monthly meetings to discuss these watershed issues.