In pursuit of our mission the Left Hand Watershed Center endeavors to carry out the following goals:
Understand the State of the Watershed
Facilitate Stakeholder Cooperation
Promote a Stewardship Ethic
Plan and Implement Projects
Left Hand Watershed Center History
Lefthand Watershed Oversight Group was originally formed by residents and stakeholders as a watershed protection group in response to necessary mine clean-up activities in the watershed. One of the first activities of the group was to develop a watershed plan to direct future efforts at cleaning up mine wastes. Early efforts included implementing many of the mine related clean-up activities and monitoring water quality throughout the watershed to ensure a healthy watershed.
The 2013 flood created a new set of watershed management issues in Front Range watersheds. During the first 6 months following the flood, victims were relocated, roads received temporary repairs, debris-clogged channels were enlarged to accommodate spring runoff, destroyed headgates were replaced, and some emergency stabilization of channels was done.
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Watershed Center Documents
The Annual Work Plan defines the goals, projects, and priorities for staff and board for the year.
The 5-year Strategic Plan defines our vision, mission, values and future initiatives as an organization.
The proposed 2018 Annual Budget lists the revenues and expenses broken up into three categories (1) personnel service costs (2) operations/program costs (3) project costs.
The 2017 Annual Plan highlights our accomplishments and activities throughout the preceding year.
Board Meeting Materials