Coordinated Resource Management

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The Coordinated Resource Management (CRM) program empowers local people to resolve land use and natural resource issues using collaborative problem solving. Stakeholders form local coalitions that make natural resource decisions by consensus, often leading to effective solutions that generate strong local support.

CRM is defined by four key characteristics, which are:

  1. Voluntary
  2. Locally-led
  3. Landowner-initiated
  4. Inclusive

Program Information

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ahalpern@scc.wa.gov

(360) 407-6209

Community Success Stories

Clark Conservation District: Empowering urban/small acreage farms
Clark

Clark Conservation District: Empowering urban/small acreage farms

Spokane Conservation District: Vets on the Farm
Spokane

Spokane Conservation District: Vets on the Farm

 Clallam Conservation District: Re-opening shellfish beds in Dungeness Bay
Clallam

Clallam Conservation District: Re-opening shellfish beds in Dungeness Bay

North Yakima Conservation District: Ahtanum Creek and viable farmland
N. Yakima

North Yakima Conservation District: Ahtanum Creek and viable farmland