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Rapid Watershed Assessment

Rapid watershed assessments provide initial estimates of where conservation investments would best address the concerns of landowners, conservation districts, and other community organizations and stakeholders. These assessments help land-owners and local leaders set priorities and determine the best actions to achieve their goals.

These assessments are conducted by watershed planning teams traveling through each watershed, meeting with landowners and conservation groups, inventorying agricultural areas, identifying conservation opportunities and current levels of resource management, and estimating impacts of these opportunities on the local priority resource concerns.

New Jersey does not have a Rapid watershed assessment program at this time. For additional information please visit the National NRCS Rapid Watershed Assessments webpage for more information. 

 

This page last updated December 29, 2014.