2020 NCRP Tribal Nomination & Voting

Now Open!

NOMINATIONS DUE JUNE 15, 2020

 

 

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We are happy to announce that the 2020 Tribal Nomination & Voting Process is now open to fill the 6 vacant Tribal seats within all three Districts of the North Coast Resource Partnership (NCRP) Leadership.

This is an important time to join existing Tribal Representatives as there are new opportunities to guide NCRP programs. Selected NCRP Tribal Representatives will:

New Representatives will help choose which projects will be funded in the region to shape watershed and forest management, and guide Tribal participation in the Region.

Collectively there are 12 seats secured for North Coast Tribes to guide the NCRP planning process, which includes 6 voting and 6 alternate seats. Tribal representatives vote along-side county representatives to shape the NCRP and address barriers to Tribal land and water management in the North Coast.

NCRP 2020 Tribal Nomination & Voting Process

NCRP 2020 Tribal Nomination & Voting Process

To select your Voting Delegate or nominate representative(s) please download the following documents:

Nominations and Supporting Tribal Resolutions are due June 15, 2020 by 5pm by emailing sherri@cieaweb.org.

Selection will take place on June 18, 2020 by the Voting Delegates selected by Tribes in each district.  The meeting meeting agenda can be downloaded here.

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Open NCRP Leadership Positions

You are invited to identify one Voting Delegate, and to provide Nominations for Tribal Representatives and/or Alternates to fill the following  open positions:

North District

  • Policy Review Panel – 1 Alternate

Central District `

  • Policy Review Panel – 1 Representative
  • Policy Review Panel – 1 Alternate
  • Technical Peer Review Committee – 1 Alternate

South District

  • Policy Review Panel – 1 Alternate
  • Technical Peer Review Committee – 1 Alternate

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The NCRP, the North Coast IRWM group, is an inclusive, transparent, stakeholder driven coalition – one of the few regional integrated planning programs in California which is led by locally elected Tribal and county government officials. NCRP leaders, staff, project proponents and stakeholders work collaboratively on water, natural resource, and energy challenges to reduce conflicts, integrate federal, state, regional and local priorities and identify and seek funding for the region’s highest priority multi-benefit projects.

Questions or to Request a Presentation

Please contact Sherri Norris, NCRP Tribal Engagement Coordinator if you have any questions or would like to receive a presentation on the statewide IRWM program, the NCRP, the NCRP Tribal Representative process, technical assistance being offered as part of the  ‘Disadvantaged and Tribal Involvement (DACTI) Program’ or the new Regional Forest and Fire Capacity (RFFC) program.