NAMEKAGON RIVER PARTNERSHIP INC: Building the Capacity of the Namekagon River Partnership

Purpose

The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study. Specific project conditions: 1) The WDNR will be provided electronic and hard copies of all data and or reports/plans generated as a result of this project.

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RP-235-13
2012
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Reports and Documents
Narrative report on activities and the formation of the Namekagon River Partnership, an organization to bring together individuals and organizations in order to keep the Namekagon River healthy
 
Activities & Recommendations
Rivers Planning Grant
The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study.
Engage Volunteers in Monitoring/Restoration
The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study.
Information and Education
The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study.
Grant Awarded
The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study.
Project Deliverable
The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study.
Informational Meetings
The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study.
ATTAINS Water Identified for Protection
The Namekagon River Partnership is sponsoring a project aimed at growing the organization\2019s capacity. Project goals include: 1) Recruiting new members and volunteers, and establishing and maintaining strong relationships with other stakeholders; 2) Effectively collaborate with agency and tribal river management staff; 3) Identify and review previous studies; 4) Gather data needed to assess the current health of the upper Namekagon River, and develop protective strategies; 5) Raise public awareness of, and support for river health through on-going educational outreach, providing citizen-based experiences through hands-on participation, and by developing citizen action skills for protection and preservation; 6) Identify future funding sources to secure necessary funding and maintain long-term donor and grantor relationships. Project deliverables are a final report including: 1) Information on capacity building (number of members, volunteers and stakeholders); 2) Summarize effectiveness of collaborations with other partners including outreach efforts; 3) Completing an Organizational Assessment; 4) Developing an appropriate river study; 5) Identifying and securing funding sources for that study.
 
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