Dog River Watershed
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A Steering Committee meeting will be held on November 17, 2016 at 5:30 p.m. at Hancock Bank, 25 West I-65 North Service Road, to discuss Watershed Management Plan goals and objectives prior to the draft release.
Progress Report for April 1, 2016 - June 30, 2016 has been received, please click here to read the latest accomplishments and next steps in the planning process.
Community input survey: This survey is intended to allow people who work, live, play, and care about the Dog River Watershed to have their voices heard during the planning process. We want to know about the opportunities you feel are available to address issues in the watershed. What actions should be taken to improve and protect Dog River and the Peninsula of Mobile for future generations?
A Watershed Management Plan is an essential first step in preserving water quality in a relatively pristine, tidally-influenced watershed and mitigating the impacts of future development pressures. The watershed planning process utilizes a stakeholder led process to characterize existing conditions, identify and prioritize problems, define management objectives, and develop and implement protection or remediation strategies as necessary.
The Mobile Bay National Estuary Program has awarded the WMP contract to a consultant, Goodwyn, Mills & Cawood, who will work with Planning NEXT and the Alabama Cooperative Extension System on the public participation activities. A diverse Steering Committee has been appointed to guide the planning process. This committee, which represents a broad range of interests in the watershed, is a working group that will serve as advocates for Dog River and help make recommendations about the process and the substance of the vision.
For more information about Dog River please contact the Mobile Bay National Estuary Program.
Mobile Bay National Estuary Program
118 N. Royal St. Suite 601
Mobile, AL 36602