Coordinated Resource Management and Planning
Coordinated Resource Management and Planning (CRMP) is a community-based process used for resource planning, problem solving, and management. The CRMP process emphasizes direct participation by everyone concerned with natural resource management in a given planning area. The concept underlying CRMP is that coordinating resource management strategies will result in improved resource management and minimized conflicts among land users, landowners, governmental agencies, and interest groups.
The term "CRMP" is often applied to a group of people working together to improve watershed; which may include improving fish and wildlife habitat, improving water quality, implementing erosion control practices, or expanding recreational opportunities. CRMP, however, does not refer to the group itself, rather it is the process that members of the group use to increase understanding, communication, and involvement to reach agreement about whatever resource improvements are wanted or needed. The purpose of using CRMP is to solve problems and achieve objectives through consensus.
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CWP Coordinated Resource Management & Planning Services
The CWP provides it's stakeholder Members a complete menu of watershed stewardship and integrated resource management and planning services. Our CWP natural systems professionals provide communities and landowners solutions that meet even the most challenging watershed conditions. The CWP specializes in State and National Fire Plan projects whether in Wilderness Areas or Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) Zones. In addition, the CWP team designs and implements Forest Plans, Watershed Plans, Integrated Vegetation Management, and Fire Safe Plans that maintain natural processes and beauty while addressing fire fuel hazards reduction, rehabilitation, and fuel modification. The re-establishment of native species is integrated through an appropriate combination of manual, mechanical, livestock, and natural treatments.
Our private sector CWP seasoned professionals utilize state of the art methods and technology to accomplish efficient and cost effective solutions: GIS mapping and documentation, high resolution imagery, as well as on the ground inspection, inventory, and verification are used to produce visual graphic maps and displays for presentation to you, your agency, or your community action group. The CWP provides it's Private Lands stakeholder Members one stop regulatory coordination and permit streamlining for the sustainable conservation of their California watershed natural systems.