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CA is in the final stages preparatory of rolling out control over water. It follows the classic global Agenda 21 pattern
1/16/13 from Siskiyou County Supervisor Marcia Armstrong
CA is in the final stages preparatory
of rolling out control over water. It follows the
classic global Agenda 21 pattern I have outlined here:
(I do have all the research done on the specifics of
CA's plan but have not yet assembled it in a
The development of the Strategic Plan for the Future of IRWM in California is a multi-faceted process that includes numerous opportunities for public and stakeholder participation and input.
Save-the-Date Notice Vision and Goal Setting Workshops
The exact location of each workshop will be announced as soon as workshop facilities are secured.
Here is their website on the plan:http://www.water.ca.gov/irwm/stratplan/
Strategic Plan for the Future of IRWM
DWR is developing a strategic plan for the future of Integrated Regional Water Management (IRWM) in California. This plan will help shape the desired future for IRWM and identify measures needed for that future to be achieved. For more information, please read the Frequently Asked Questions.
The IRWM strategic plan is...
a long-term, future-oriented plan that will describe a specific path from the present condition to the future vision. It will also define an approach for monitoring successes and adapting to challenges.
The Strategic Plan is needed to
build on the current and past successes of IRWM
further enable, empower, and support regional water management groups
better align state and federal programs to support IRWM
develop a shared vision for funding priorities and financing mechanisms
inform and influence future water management policies and investments for California
Strategic Plan for the Future of IRWM in California is critical
for ensuring the continued advancement of sustainable water
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