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Proposed Projects The Bay Institute Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed ($15k) Napa Resource Conservation District Student and Landowner Education.

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2 Proposed Projects The Bay Institute Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed ($15k) Napa Resource Conservation District Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship Program ($15k) Sonoma Ecology Center Enviro-Leaders ($15k)

3 Students and Teachers Restoring a Watershed -STRAW Where?-Marin County-Miller Creek, Mahone Creek Where?-Marin County-Miller Creek, Mahone Creek Tasks Tasks -Install native plants and remove invasive species -Engage over 1,000 students in professionally-designed restoration activities -Provide comprehensive education activities for students and teachers - Monitor and maintain sites for three years MATCH-> $30K

4 Student and Landowner Education and Watershed Stewardship (SLEWS)-Program Where?-Napa River Where?-Napa River Tasks Tasks -Recruitment and training -Classroom visits -Field days -Reporting MATCH-$15 k

5 Enviro-Leaders Program Where?-Sonoma -the Valley of the Moon Teen Center, Hannah Boys Center, Social Advocates for Youth, Sonoma Valley High School Where?-Sonoma -the Valley of the Moon Teen Center, Hannah Boys Center, Social Advocates for Youth, Sonoma Valley High School Tasks Tasks-Recruitment -Program sessions *Grow produce at the Sonoma Garden Park and restore habitats at the Nathanson Creek River Parkway *Grow produce at the Sonoma Garden Park and restore habitats at the Nathanson Creek River Parkway-Evaluation Match-$55 k

6 Budget Projects $75,000 Projects $75,000 6/4/2010 ($ 35k) 7/9/2010? ($ 45k) Total ($ 80k)

7 Budget Update Prior estimated carryover- ~ $ 95k total Prior estimated carryover- ~ $ 95k total ( $ 20k for 5 % reduction and Petaluma) ( $ 20k for 5 % reduction and Petaluma) Carryover as of 6/30/2010-$119, Carryover as of 6/30/2010-$119, ~ $ 25k additional ~ $ 25k additional -$5k for extra project (City of Sonoma) + $2.5 k sponsor (EPA grant) k Napa Flood Control (new member) Net-~ $28 k extra

8 Projects Board Action ??? Board Action ???

9 Bay Area IRWMP Funding Options Should NBWA Contribute to Bay Area IRWMP Funding? Should NBWA Contribute to Bay Area IRWMP Funding? Original IRWMP – 2006 Total Costs – ~ $900 k Original IRWMP – 2006 Total Costs – ~ $900 k Local match (1) Water Supply and Water Quality Bay Area Water Agencies Coalition (BAWAC) (2) Wastewater and Recycled Water Bay Area Clean water Agencies (BACWA) (3) Flood Protection and Stormwater Management Bay Area Flood Protection Agencies Association (BAFPAA) (4) Watershed Management and Habitat Protection and Restoration State Coastal Conservancy (SCC) and Association of Bay Area Governments (ABAG)

10 Needs – IRWMP 2010: Needs – IRWMP 2010: Plan Update- $ 270 k (Prop 84 may pay 50% through Planning Grant) = $135 k Plan Update- $ 270 k (Prop 84 may pay 50% through Planning Grant) = $135 k Coordinating Committee meetings – $24 k – Coordinating Committee meetings – $24 k – $1 k / meeting (24 meetings) $1 k / meeting (24 meetings) IRWMP Web Site Upgrade – $11 k – $24 k (Prop 84 may pay 50 % through Planning Grant) IRWMP Web Site Upgrade – $11 k – $24 k (Prop 84 may pay 50 % through Planning Grant) Analysis of IRWMP Projects – $1.2 k / project (Prop 84 may pay 50 % through Planning Grant) Analysis of IRWMP Projects – $1.2 k / project (Prop 84 may pay 50 % through Planning Grant) Total Need: > $183 k Total Need: > $183 k

11 Funds Identified to Date: BAWAC – $63 k BAWAC – $63 k BACWA – $60 k BACWA – $60 k BAFPAA – $25 k BAFPAA – $25 k SCC – $25 k SCC – $25 k – also requested funds from NBWA $ 10 k covers difference

12 Options: 1) no funding 2) $10 k out of planning ($20 k total) 3) ?? Factors to Consider: -Need to update Bay Area IRWMP for Prop 84 funding -Costs already allocated to functional areas -NBWA role as voting member of Watershed /Habitat Functional Area -NBWA role as lead for North bay sub-region

13 Budget Budget Committed Budget Committed Public Outreach $ 7,500 0 Public Outreach $ 7,500 0 Data Management $10,000 0 Data Management $10,000 0 Update of IRWMP $20,000 0 Update of IRWMP $20,000 0 Contingency $25,000 0 Contingency $25,000 0 Total uncommitted- $ 62.5 K Total uncommitted- $ 62.5 K ( + ~ $ 28k extra carryover) ( + ~ $ 28k extra carryover)

14 Joint Technical Committee Meeting (6/15) Planning Options (identified by group) Planning Options (identified by group) NBWA funds contributed to BAIRWMP planning efforts NBWA funds contributed to BAIRWMP planning efforts Wait until Prop 84 guidelines finalized and pursue appropriate update of North Bay plan Wait until Prop 84 guidelines finalized and pursue appropriate update of North Bay plan HFTC Input ( 6/30) Suggestions Earmark funding contribution to support economic analysis/ application costs for local groups in North Bay who need this kind of funding Earmark funding contribution to support economic analysis/ application costs for local groups in North Bay who need this kind of funding Make contribution contingent on other sub-regions also contributing funds Make contribution contingent on other sub-regions also contributing funds

15 ???????? Recommendation: Recommendation: Option 2 Option 2 -Offer $10 k as contribution for Watershed Management and Habitat Protection and Restoration Functional Area


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