Collaboration situation assessment report on the feasibility of creating a stakeholder group and collaborative process for the Partnership for Coastal Watersheds Public Deposited

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  • Coos Watershed Association (CoosWA) and the South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve (SSNERR) are interested in forming a community stakeholder group as the foundation of the Partnership for Coastal Watersheds project. CoosWA and SSNERR have engaged Oregon Consensus to conduct a neutral assessment of issues related to the convening of a collaborative process for the Partnership for Coastal Watersheds. The goals of this assessment were to determine what issues are of primary concern to the stakeholders, and whether or not there is support in the Coos Bay community for a collaborative process related to this project. This assessment included a series of interviews with interested parties including representatives of significant landowners within the watersheds, Tribes, commercial fisheries, economic development and conservation interests, county government, non-profit community organizations, and other interested individuals and groups. Interviews were qualitative in nature and were conducted using open ended questions to engage interviewees in a conversation that helped identify issues and interests that are important to interviewees regarding current and potential future conditions of the watersheds.
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  • McCabe, Timothy M. Collaboration situation assessment report on the feasibility of creating a stakeholder group and collaborative process for the Partnership for Coastal Watersheds. Prepared for Coos Watershed Association and South Slough National Estuarine Research Reserve. Oregon Consensus, August 2010.
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