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Continued Coordination and Implementation of the Lampasas River Watershed Protection Plan

Project Goals/Objectives: AgriLife Research will continue to work with all key stakeholder groups (cities, counties, agricultural groups, local businesses, landowners, etc.) and partner agencies (NRCS, SWCDs, TCEQ, etc.) to facilitate implementation as outlined in the WPP. As stated in the WPP, the watershed coordinator will serve as the primary conduit for interaction with landowners, citizens, and entities to facilitate the WPP. The watershed coordinator will coordinate meetings with the Steering Committee and Work Groups to update them, seek their input and recommendations on needed activities, and continue to support implementation efforts of the plan.
AgriLife Research will continue to assist governmental and non-governmental organizations in the Lampasas River watershed with identification and acquisition of resources to enable WPP implementation. The watershed coordinator will assist the cities, counties, local boards and businesses to implement management measures to improve water quality. The watershed coordinator will work with state and federal agencies, as appropriate, to bring technical and financial assistance to the watershed.
Coordination of outreach and education efforts by the watershed coordinator will facilitate and support public participation by private individuals and local officials in the implementation of the Lampasas River WPP. The watershed coordinator will develop publications, such as a semi-annual newsletter, factsheets, website content, to promote and communicate watershed pollution prevention efforts.

Project Location: Bell, Burnet, Coryell, Hamilton, Lampasas, Mills, and Williamson Counties

Project Partners: TSSWCB, Texas A&M AgriLife Research, Lampasas River Watershed Partnership, Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service

Project Costs: Federal ($360,005); Non-Federal Match ($239,962); Total Project ($599,967)

Project Workplan: 20-10


Final Report: Under Development

"Protecting and Enhancing Natural Resources since 1939."

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