Adaptation Plans

The following table summarizes the adaptation highlights from a representative set of CSU adaptation plans. For plans not listed below, please contact MFPP for further information at josh@mfpp.org.

 

Location
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Organization Adaptation Highlights  
City of Bath, ME
  • Coastal Plan
  • Urban Stormwater
  • Urban Forestry
Clearwater Basin, ID Nez Perce Tribe
  • Tribal plan
  • Watershed approach
 
Delta County, MI Delta County Resource Conservation District
  • Great Lakes Plan
  • Invasive Species Solutions
 
Greene County, TN Middle Nolichucky Watershed Alliance
  • Small watershed group
  • Watershed restoration approach
La Plata County, CO Mountain Studies Institute
  • Forest Fire Solutions
  • USFS Collaboration
  • Research and Education
  • Endangered species solutions
Marquette County, MI Superior Watershed Partnership
  • Great Lakes Plan
  • Riparian & shoreline restoration
  • Forest management solutions
Menominee County, MI (Upper Peninsula) Menominee Conservation District 
  • Great Lakes plan
  • Resilient timber-based economy
  • Resilient farming practices
  • Invasive species controls
  • Hydrologic cycle adaptations
Moab / Castle Valley, UT Canyonlands Watershed Council
  • Arid watershed approach
Mt Shasta, CA  Mount Shasta Bioregional Ecology Center 
  • Fire-prone community
  • Headwaters community
  • Source water for Sacramento River and Klamath River
Nisqually River Watershed, WA Nisqually River Council 
  • Watershed approach
  • Mountain glaciers to coastal estuary
  • Healthy forests and freshwater ecosystems
  • Integration of cultural, social, ecological and economic benefits
Norton Bay, AK Native Village of Elim
  • Tribal plan
  • Arctic Plan
  • Coastal Plan
Red Lake, MN Red Lake Band of Chippewa 
  • Tribal plan
  • Resilient forestry and fisheries
  • Invasive species controls
    Traditional ecological knowledge
Rockingham County, NC Dan River Basin Association
  • Watershed approach
  • Conservative Rural Politics
  • Forest Management Solutions
Rogue River Basin, OR Southern Oregon Forest Restoration Collaborative
  • USFS collaboration
  • Ecosystem services solutions
  • Forest management solutions
Santa Fe, NM Santa Fe Watershed Association
  • Watershed approach
  • Drought solutions
  • Payment for ecosystem services
  • Climate mitigation synergy
Shasta County, CA Western Shasta Resource Conservation District
  • Forest management solutions
  • Ecosystems services solutions
Sumner County, TN Sumner County Planning Dept.
  • County comprehensive planning
  • Flood mitigation solutions
Taos, NM City of Taos / Rocky Mountain Youth Corps
  • Drought solutions
  • Public-private partnerships
Tehama County, CA Tehama County Resource Conservation District
  • Headwaters community
  • Source water for Sacramento River
  • Groundwater conservation
  • Wildfire risk reduction
  • Resilient agriculture and rangelands
  • Optimization of ecosystem services
Trinity County, CA The Watershed Center
  • Forest fire solutions
  • USFS collaborations
Upper Delaware River Basin, NY, NJ, PA Common Waters Partnership
  • Multi-state plan 
Whatcom County, WA Nooksack Salmon Enhancement Association
  • Endangered species solutions