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The El Capitan Watershed is at the headwaters of the San Diego River and serves as a major catchment for water used by communities in the San Diego Region. This Sterling Insighs Case Study highlights ...

The El Capitan Watershed is at the headwaters of the San Diego River and serves as a major catchment for water used by communities in the San Diego Region. This Sterling Insighs Case Study highlights how diverse stakeholders (agencies, NGO's, tribal government and public) were able to collaborate toward improvement in watershed health.

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    • 1 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Confluence in a Watershed! Summary of 2010 Planning & Public Engagement i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • El Capitan Land & Watershed Project 2 Why did we do it? For the common good…  • Protect and improve habitat and water quality • Increase commitment and participation  For the Back Country Land Trust  and the San Diego River Park Foundation… • Identify key parcels for protection, acquisition and restoration • Develop and leverage expertise,  processes, and reputation i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • El Capitan Land & Watershed Project 3 Results Already! Short‐term wins…  • more outreach and community involvement • more awareness among citizens and agencies • more partnerships taking new action already Momentum for longer‐term wins… • new collaborations forming around vision • enthusiasm in community for more • re‐usable process tools to further progress i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • El Capitan Land & Watershed Project  4 How? In just 60 days? 4/1 5/3 and 5/15 5/22 5/24 5/29 0.  1.  2.  3.  4.  Process Two Discovery  Watershed Organizational  Action Design Events    Tour Event     Planning  & Preparation What? Where?  Get real.  Progress? What do we  WIFM? Get dusty.  Possibilities?  do now? Who  Vision of  Get clear. Probabilities?  does what? Health? Priorities?  Next Steps? i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • El Capitan Land & Watershed Project  5 Who participated? + residents of Alpine and Peutz Valley i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • El Capitan Land & Watershed Project  6 Major Stakeholders County City  Of SD Back of SD Watershed  Country  SD River &  expertise, SD Gas &  Land  SDRPF El Capitan protection  & watershed enforcement Electric Trust & others authority Watershed  Collaboration concerns and expertise re: SRPL El Capitan exchange  Land &  Watershed Project Vision & Watershed   • Fed. EPA • Klein Edwards Professional Svcs. Priorities  restoration  Results: • CalTrans • Sterling Insights for Alpine specifics  More…  • Others for Alpine Outreach Alpine Awareness Other  Revitalization Involvement Authorities &  & Local Groups Strategies Experts Donations TSDF Land & Watershed  Expertise & Funding Other Funding  Sources i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 7 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Participants in Action! A great start. Needs more promotion. i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 8 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Experts helped us understand our watershed. i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 9 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Their projects inspired and motivated us. i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 10 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Watershed Restoration: a Virtuous Cycle The big picture is starting to come into focus. i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 11 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Getting into the field makes it all real. i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 12 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project In the neighborhoods it gets very real. i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 13 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Residents have vision… if you ask them. i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 14 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project El Capitan matters to residents. That’s good! i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 15 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Closing Comments – George Barnett Six priority initiatives have emerged. Partnership Initiative  Craft a Vision  Make a Decision: • Expand list of partners for collaboration to  do we go after 303D  • Survey needs/wants of  share planning  federal funding? potential partners budgets Watershed Report Card  Craft a Vision  Work out how  & Strategic Plan for leveraging existing  to win IRWM Grant • Conduct survey of  access to El Capitan proven models • Identify pollutants These accelerate or amplify all the others! i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i
    • 16 El Capitan Land & Watershed Project Closing Comments – George Barnett Onward! i El Capitan Land & Watershed Projecti Progress Overview i June 2010 i