What is an Integrated Regional Water Management Plan?
According to the California Department of Water Resources, an Integrated Regional Water Management Plan (IRMWP) is a comprehensive planning document to encourage development of voluntary regional strategies for management of water resources. An IRWMP investigates a broad spectrum of water resource management strategies, identifies the benefits of integrating water management strategies, and develops priorities for implementing projects and programs.
How Can I Participate?
Although an initial IRWMP was completed in June 2006, it is always considered a living document. A comprehensive update to the IRWMP was adopted in July 2013. RWA holds semi-annual stakeholder meetings in April and October. To be added to the notification list for future forums, contact Rob Swartz.
Do You Have a Project in Mind?
Stakeholders that have water management project plans with multiple benefits are encouraged to let us know about them. Since the IRWMP is a living document, project descriptions are welcome anytime for consideration of being added to the IRWMP. To be eligible, projects must have a direct relationship to water management. Visit the American River Basin Integrated Water Management Web Interface to input information on your project. For questions contact Rob Swartz.
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