Colorado Floodproofing Manual (Paperback or Softback.

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A unique aspect of the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) EWP program is that the funding can be used to protect assets and restore stream reaches along private property. In the Colorado EWP Program - 2013 Flood Recovery, private landowners are partners on many of the 74 eligible project areas. Watershed coalitions and project sponsors are working with landowners to obtain permissions for projects, address questions and concerns, and keep them informed of project status.

Understanding the problem and identifying the desired outcomes, or goals, for the project is a first step in the process. The goals outline how the project will contribute to the long-term safety and resiliency of the stream reach. Specific objectives clarify how the goals will be achieved, such as removing debris, stabilizing banks, or reshaping the channel.

Project goals and objectives must achieve the overall program vision and also take into account the input of landowners and stakeholders. Watershed coalitions help facilitate consensus on realistic and acceptable goals and objectives for each project.


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