Creating good-neighbors in your watershed: a resource guide for establishing Watershed Good-Neighbor programs

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Title: Creating good-neighbors in your watershed: a resource guide for establishing Watershed Good-Neighbor programs
Author: Portland State University. Center for Watershed and Community Health
Abstract: The Watershed Good-Neighbor program is a unique voluntary, community-based approach to educating and training local businesses and landowners on how they can improve their business productivity and profitability and, in doing so, improve the health of their watershed and environment. This resource guide outlines how a community can establish a locally tailored Watershed Good-Neighbor program in their area. This document provides a model for communities to set up a Watershed Good-Neighbor project and outlines the steps necessary to save companies money, save the community money, and help conserve local watersheds and the environment. The program is applicable to small, medium and large retailers, manufacturers, and to agricultural and forest landowners. This Resource Guide is a guidance document that can tailored to meet the specific needs of the participating community. The Center for Watershed and Community Health hopes that communities will adjust it, as they see necessary, to meet the distinct needs of their situation.
Description: 14 p.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/2329
Date: 1999


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