The North Coast Resource Partnership is an innovative, stakeholder-driven collaboration among local government, Tribes, watershed groups, and interested partners in the North Coast region of California. The North Coast comprises seven counties, Tribal lands, major watersheds, and a planning area of 19,390 square miles-representing 12% of California's landscape. The NCRP integrates long term planning and high quality project implementation in an adaptive management framework-fostering coordination and communication among the Region's diverse stakeholders.
Please mark your calendars for the next NCRP Policy Review Panel & Technical Peer Review Committee quarterly meeting scheduled for Friday, October 21. The meeting will be held at the Bear River Band of Rohnerville Rancheria, Tish Non Community Center in Loleta and meetiing materials will be found here.
The NCRP celebrated 10 years of collaborative planning and implementation projects on April 21 & 22, 2016 at the Historic Yreka Elks Lodge.
The NCRP Small Community Toolbox provides resources to help with system maintenance, replacement and upgrades as well as to assist in the project development process. The Toolbox is intended to help small utilities develop a “first order” understanding of what their options are, where to find funding, and how to get help.
The North Coast Integrated Regional Water Management Plan, Phase III, adopted by all NCRP partners, is by design a voluntary, non-regulatory, stakeholder-driven planning framework meant to emphasize shared priorities and local autonomy, authority, and knowledge.