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Developing a Municipal Riparian Ordinance by A.J. Conley

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Community-Based Watershed Management Forum, March 2012, Juneau Alaska. Southeast Alaska Watershed Coalition

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Developing a Municipal Riparian Ordinance by A.J. Conley

  1. 1. A.J. CONLEYTAIYA INLET WATERSHEDCOUNCIL
  2. 2. OBJECTIVES•DISCUSS THE NEED FOR A RIPARIAN BUFFER INSKAGWAY•OUTLINE PROJECT STEPS•REVIEW OF COMMUNITY FEEDBACK•IDENTIFY IMPACTS AT VARIOUS LEVELS•RESOURCES
  3. 3. TAIYA INLET WATERSHED COUNCIL TO PROTECT AND IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF THE TAIYA INLET WATERSHED THROUGH COMMUNICATION, EDUCATION, RESEARCH AND RESTORATION.
  4. 4. WHY A RIPARIAN BUFFER?•NO LANGUAGE INMUNICIPAL CODE TOPROTECT RIPARIAN AREAS•RECENT LOSS OF RIPARIANAREAS AND HABITAT•PROJECT SUPPORTED BYTHE MUNICIPALITY OFSKAGWAY AND MOS 2020COMPREHENSIVE PLAN
  5. 5. OUR STEPSASSEMBLY PRESENTATIONSINTRODUCE IDEA TO THE PUBLICGET COMMUNITY FEEDBACKPUBLISH OUTREACH MATERIALS
  6. 6. IMPACTMUNICIPALITYPRIVATE LANDOWNERSCOMMUNITYORGANIZATION
  7. 7. OUTREACH MATERIALS
  8. 8. RESOURCES U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE, COASTAL CONSERVATION PROGRAM DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION, ALASKA CLEAN WATERS ACTION CITY AND BOROUGH OF JUNEAU, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

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