Conservation of our natural resources though management of resource use.
Disruption and connection of human activity to river and stream networks increases the effect of human activity to habitat, water quality, and natural connections.
Increased land use pressures adjacent to lakes and subsequent drainage area to lakes has altered the habitat in the near shore area and can have a substantial impact to water quality.
Failing waste management systems are threats to human health and the environment though increased pathogens, nutrients, and chemicals often having a connection to water.
New introductions or unimpeded infestations have a varying range of impacts to economic, environmental and recreation to wetlands, lakes, and rivers.
Guides for standard operation for each of the ten LGUs throughout the watershed and examination of local policies and controls.