While working on their own priority projects and issues, a diverse group of partners have also signed the Pit River Watershed Alliance Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) and agreed to share ideas and resources to collectively address watershed issues. This list of partners demonstrates the commitment of both public and private stakeholders. Many of these partners have worked together on other collaborative issues in the past, and achieved success at managing critical resource issues, such as the Goose Lake Fisheries Working Group. The Alliance seeks to use the experience from the partners and their past collaborative efforts to address watershed issues that span political and ownership boundaries. To find out more about the partners involved, click on the links below.
Contact list of Pit River Watershed Alliance personnel.
The signatories below have accepted and support the purpose and objectives of the Pit River Watershed Alliance MOU.
Major financial assistance for this website and watershed assessment provided by:
In 2002, this project was supported by a grant awarded to the National Association of Resource Conservation and Development Councils, Inc. from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF).
In 2003, this project was supported by funds from the USDA Forest Service Community-Based Watershed Restoration Partnerships.