Indian Howards Crk Lwp Kickoff Mtg Hcb,17mar08

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Published on March 24, 2008

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Indian and Howard Creek kickoff meeting for local watershed plan

Indian & Howards Creek Local Watershed Plan Stakeholder “Kickoff” Meeting (18march’08) Welcome & Introductions Overview of EEP Local Watershed Planning (LWP) EEP Project Implementation; Example Projects DWQ Existing Monitoring Data Review Break Stakeholder Group – Goals/Objectives Watershed Issues (Part I) Meeting Particulars Questions? Next Meeting Time/Place; Adjournment

Stakeholder “Kickoff” Meeting (18march’08)

Welcome & Introductions

Overview of EEP Local Watershed Planning (LWP)

EEP Project Implementation; Example Projects

DWQ Existing Monitoring Data Review

Break

Stakeholder Group – Goals/Objectives

Watershed Issues (Part I)

Meeting Particulars

Questions? Next Meeting Time/Place; Adjournment

Group “Charter” Stakeholder GOALs What do YOU want to get out of this process? Short-term (next ~18 months) goals; group ‘functions’ Probably premature to develop longer range goals (>2 yrs) and group Mission Statement – wait at least until Phase I complete… Need first to better define and prioritize watershed problems/stressors Name of the Stakeholder Group Local Advisory Team (LAT); Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)? Chairperson…? Typically, not designated until later in the Planning process (Phase IV: implementation of Final Plan recommendations)

Stakeholder GOALs

What do YOU want to get out of this process?

Short-term (next ~18 months) goals; group ‘functions’

Probably premature to develop longer range goals (>2 yrs) and group Mission Statement – wait at least until Phase I complete…

Need first to better define and prioritize watershed problems/stressors

Name of the Stakeholder Group

Local Advisory Team (LAT); Technical Advisory Committee (TAC)?

Chairperson…?

Typically, not designated until later in the Planning process (Phase IV: implementation of Final Plan recommendations)

Stakeholder Roles/Objectives Typically, these include Hear watershed study results & recommendations from EEP Help identify local watershed issues and priorities Help EEP to identify a good demonstration project Help identify priority sub-watersheds Provide input (comments & recommendations) to LWP products/documents Project Atlas Watershed Management Plan

Typically, these include

Hear watershed study results & recommendations from EEP

Help identify local watershed issues and priorities

Help EEP to identify a good demonstration project

Help identify priority sub-watersheds

Provide input (comments & recommendations) to LWP products/documents

Project Atlas

Watershed Management Plan

Stakeholder Roles/Objectives (cont’d.) Help EEP identify & rank the best project sites w/ willing landowners Act as ‘bridge’ to local landowners Phase IV: Use final Project Atlas and Watershed Management Plan to help leverage funding for local projects that are not EEP-fundable Restoration & Preservation projects that don’t meet EEP criteria/needs Stand-alone storm water BMPs Watershed education initiatives

Help EEP identify & rank the best project sites w/ willing landowners

Act as ‘bridge’ to local landowners

Phase IV: Use final Project Atlas and Watershed Management Plan to help leverage funding for local projects that are not EEP-fundable

Restoration & Preservation projects that don’t meet EEP criteria/needs

Stand-alone storm water BMPs

Watershed education initiatives

Other Stakeholder Objectives? Short-term (next 12 to 18 months) Presentation topics at future meetings? Invite others (e.g., interested landowners) to meetings? Public meeting(s) – e.g., present findings/recommendations to local officials? Specific local watershed initiatives/plans (e.g., greenways, storm water planning) you want to see supported by this process? Grant funding opportunities…?

Short-term (next 12 to 18 months)

Presentation topics at future meetings?

Invite others (e.g., interested landowners) to meetings?

Public meeting(s) – e.g., present findings/recommendations to local officials?

Specific local watershed initiatives/plans (e.g., greenways, storm water planning) you want to see supported by this process? Grant funding opportunities…?

Habitat & WQ Improvement Mitigate Future DOT Impacts *Community Priorities* The best projects EEP Local Watershed Planning GOAL

Our Bottom Line We need your help in defining these local community priorities… ‘ Diagnosing’ Key Watershed Problems Identifying Effective Solutions (‘Rx’) - EEP Projects (mitigation) - Non-EEP Projects (non-mitigation) - Other solutions (’prescriptions’) E.g., institutional measures - land use recommendations, new or revised local codes/ordinances related to watershed protection, watershed education programs, etc.

We need your help in defining these local community priorities…

‘ Diagnosing’ Key Watershed Problems

Identifying Effective Solutions (‘Rx’)

- EEP Projects (mitigation)

- Non-EEP Projects (non-mitigation)

- Other solutions (’prescriptions’)

E.g., institutional measures - land use recommendations, new or revised local codes/ordinances related to watershed protection, watershed education programs, etc.

Local Priorities (Post-It Notes, Part I) What do you see as the most important local watershed issues affecting the LWP Study Area? ~ 34 mi 2 75 mi 2 ~ 5 mi 2

What do you see as the most important local watershed issues affecting the LWP Study Area?

Priority Watershed Issues ( Part I) What are the major watershed problems (things that need ‘fixing’)? Localized ‘hot spots’ Watershed-wide Collapsing stream banks; degraded riparian buffer zones; cattle/livestock access; storm water drainage/flooding issues; incised channels; ditched wetlands; serious erosion/sedimentation; straight-piping problems; etc. What & where are current watershed assets (e.g., headwater or riparian parcels worthy of protection)? What are local barriers/constraints to restoring or protecting watershed resources?

What are the major watershed problems (things that need ‘fixing’)?

Localized ‘hot spots’

Watershed-wide

Collapsing stream banks; degraded riparian buffer zones; cattle/livestock access; storm water drainage/flooding issues; incised channels; ditched wetlands; serious erosion/sedimentation; straight-piping problems; etc.

What & where are current watershed assets (e.g., headwater or riparian parcels worthy of protection)?

What are local barriers/constraints to restoring or protecting watershed resources?

Organize the Key Watershed Issues (Post-It Notes exercise: Part II) Next Meeting? Group (sort & classify) the watershed issues E.g., watershed-wide vs. specific sub-HUs Then prioritize (place in rank order) Most urgent vs. ‘secondary’

Next Meeting?

Group (sort & classify) the watershed issues

E.g., watershed-wide vs. specific sub-HUs

Then prioritize (place in rank order)

Most urgent vs. ‘secondary’

Sorting Watershed Issues 1 - Organize by Resource Functions Water Quality; Habitat; Hydrology Recreation/Resource Use Preservation/Conservation 2 – By Stressor/Source 3 - By Jurisdiction (Counties; Towns/Cities) and/or Agency/Group (WRC; Land Trust; SWCD/NRCS; COG) 4 - By Geographic Area (in specific sub-watersheds vs. watershed-wide)

1 - Organize by Resource Functions

Water Quality; Habitat; Hydrology

Recreation/Resource Use

Preservation/Conservation

2 – By Stressor/Source

3 - By Jurisdiction (Counties; Towns/Cities) and/or Agency/Group (WRC; Land Trust; SWCD/NRCS; COG)

4 - By Geographic Area (in specific sub-watersheds vs. watershed-wide)

Meeting Particulars Meeting Summaries, Action Items – to be sent out within 2 weeks after each meeting Meeting Agendas – 1 to 2 weeks in advance; input welcome Meeting Frequency - dates/times and location(s) What days/times work best? Is this facility convenient for folks, and consistently available?

Meeting Summaries, Action Items – to be sent out within 2 weeks after each meeting

Meeting Agendas – 1 to 2 weeks in advance; input welcome

Meeting Frequency - dates/times and location(s)

What days/times work best?

Is this facility convenient for folks, and consistently available?

QUESTIONS/COMMENTS? Next Meeting Time/Location? June : present Preliminary Findings & Recommendations (Phase I) THANKS VERY MUCH FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION…

QUESTIONS/COMMENTS?

Next Meeting Time/Location?

June : present Preliminary Findings & Recommendations (Phase I)

THANKS VERY MUCH FOR YOUR PARTICIPATION…

NC EEP Contacts Mike Herrmann, Central Watershed Planner (919) 715-5458 [email_address] Hal Bryson, Western Watershed Planner (828) 268-2919 [email_address] Paul Wiesner, Project Implementation (828) 273-1673 [email_address] Ecosystem Enhancement Program website http://www.nceep.net/

Mike Herrmann, Central Watershed Planner

(919) 715-5458 [email_address]

Hal Bryson, Western Watershed Planner

(828) 268-2919 [email_address]

Paul Wiesner, Project Implementation

(828) 273-1673 [email_address]

Ecosystem Enhancement Program website

http://www.nceep.net/

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