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Design an Implementation Program
More info on Design an Implementation Program
- Develop an Implementation Schedule
- Criteria to measure progress
- Monitoring Component
- Information/Education Component
- Evaluation Process
- Identify Technical and Financial Assistance
- Assign Responsibility
- Results and Next Steps
The implementation plan is a road map for not only turning your management strategies from paper into reality but also for determining how you are going to measure progress toward meeting your goals. Putting the implementation pieces together involves laying out the detailed tasks that need to be done, identifying who will do them, identifying the funding and technical assistance needed, and setting up a process to measure the effectiveness of the program. The implementation plan identifies watershed management strategies and should take into consideration economic, social, and environmental factors. This section will satisfy many of the minimum elements required under section 319.
Design an Implementation Program Links
A User's Guide to Watershed Planning in Maryland - A User's Guide to Watershed Planning in Maryland presents a common watershed planning framework for Maryland communities, assembles planning resources into one place, integrates regulatory drivers, and presents the methods necessary for completing a local watershed plan. Local government staff are the primary audience for this guide.
Developing a Watershed Management Plan for Water Quality: An Introductory Guide (PDF) (56 pp, 994K, About PDF) - Full document is available.
Planning As Process: A Community Guide to Watershed Planning (PDF) (87 pp, 627K, About PDF) - Full document is available.