Visionary independent groups connect the dots in communities, focusing attention on assets, opportunities and realistic—sometimes unconventional—courses of action. Fishing, hunting, farming, advocacy, business and recreation organizations can come together as a force for watershed health.
Working Together Locally For Farms, Streams and Good Community Economics
own the asset.
Personal communication and clear rental agreements benefit people, soil, streams & fish.
make choices daily.
Across the Basin, producers work for profitable operations that protect water quality.
point the way.
Committed leaders gather neighbors and resources to act for the common good.
provide technical assistance.
Experts and mentors are ready to help.