Privacy Policy

This Privacy Policy sets forth the handling practices of the North Coast Resource Partnership RELATED to the collection, use and disclosure of data or information that partners may provide to the NCRP in relation to the NCRP website, opting-in to receive emails, or engaging with any content that NCRP provides.

This policy was written in accordance with the California Consumer Privacy Act or “CCPA,” as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act or “CPRA”.

Updated March 15, 2024

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About the North Coast Resource Partnership

The North Coast Resource Partnership, convened in 2005, actively collaborates with hundreds of Tribal, federal, state, regional, and local partners, and is led by appointees from the region’s Tribes and counties. Its mission is to enhance the watersheds and communities of the North Coast region through collaborative, multi-objective planning and project implementation led by Tribes and counties. Since its inception, NCRP has successfully integrated Tribal, federal, state, regional, and local priorities to create a shared vision for the region, and utilized a multi‐benefit, transparent and equitable approach to identify and seek funding for the highest-priority projects throughout this diverse region.

The NCRP website address is:
The NCRP mailing address is: PO Box 262, Healdsburg, California 95448


NCRP Data: Collection and Uses

NCRP uses the information provided  for technical assistance, outreach, education, funding solicitation, sharing information about NCRP meetings and resources, and to further the mission and guiding principles of the NCRP.



When visitors opt-in to receive the NCRP newsletter via the website, the project team collects the data entered from the fields provided:

NCRP also invites subscribers to the NCRP mailing list from publicly provided information on the internet, including potential partner organizations that could benefit from receiving NCRP emails.  Attendees to NCRP public Quarterly Meetings and Workshops that provide an email address are also added to the mailing list and Mailchimp – an email campaign service provider.



NCRP acquires consent to use personal images on the website.  If partners upload images to the website via Project Tracker, please avoid uploading images with embedded location data (EXIF GPS) if that information is intended to be private. Please contact to request image credit or removal.



When partners and users visit the Project Tracker login page, Keystone Identity Manager is used to collect login information. Upon  log in, several cookies are created to save login information. If a user  selects “Remember my login”, their login will persist until they log out and login cookies will be removed. If users edit or post media, an additional cookie will be saved in the browser. This cookie includes no personal data and simply indicates the post ID of the media you posted. It expires after 1 day.


Embedded content from other websites

Resources on this site may include embedded content (e.g. images, videos, articles, maps, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the same way as if the visitor directly visited the other website. These websites may collect data about users, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content.



NCRP does not not currently use analytics.


Data Sharing

NCRP uses Mailchimp to manage a subscriber database. For information on how Mailchimp uses this data, see

NCRP uses AddEvent for event registration and RSVP purposes. View AddEvent’s privacy policy at

NCRP uses the Airtable app platform for organizational management. Some of this information includes project details that are uploaded to Project Tracker. View Airtable’s privacy policy at

NCRP uses Project Tracker, ProjectFirma software provided by Environmental Science Associates, to share a comprehensive suite of NCRP project details on the website. View Environmental Science Associate’s privacy policy at  The Project Tracker software employs Keystone Identity Management to create and log-in to accounts. View Keystone Identity Management’s privacy policy at


Data Retention

For users that create an account with Project Tracker, the user information provided is stored in the user profile. All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time. Website administrators can also see and edit that information. All other data is stored indefinitely, as the nature of project data is useful beyond project completion, and the NCRP aims to track and share project benefits and other metrics.


User Rights

Users can unsubscribe from email communication at any time. Located in the footer of NCRP emails is a link to “Unsubscribe,” which brings up a confirmation window. Choosing “Unsubscribe” takes place immediately through Mailchimp and user information is then archived there. Users that have a Project Tracker account can see all of the personal data that they have provided to NCRP, and may request that data to be removed at any time. Anyone may request that NCRP erase data, however, this does not include any data that NCRP is obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes. Contact NCRP  at to make a request or discuss the NCRP privacy policy.


Data Protection

NCRP has general security measures on the NCRP website designed to protect user’s personal information from unauthorized access.


Additional information

NCRP does not:

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