Stakeholder Resources

Successful stakeholder involvement is vital to watershed planning and projects. Stakeholders bring a wealth of information about your community into the watershed management planning process. In many communities, stakeholders will include a diverse representation from many individuals who have different (and sometimes conflicting) opinions about how natural resources should be managed.

Many watershed efforts find the key to representative stakeholder involvement is building effective partnerships with other community initiatives.

An amazing array of tools and resources exist to support your efforts to harness the energy, enthusiasm, and knowledge your community and potential future partners have to offer:

Are You a Stakeholder?

Be sure to browse our website. You might be particularly interested in the Indiana Watershed Planning Guide, e303(d), the Indiana Watershed Group Finder (at Purdue University), and the Watershed Toolkit. If you can’t find what you are looking for, please contact us.