In seven watersheds, locally led planning groups originally formed under the Watershed Planning Act (Chapter 90.82 RCW) are required to update their existing watershed plans. All seven groups have reconvened and begun planning.
In the eight other watersheds that did not previously adopt a watershed plan, we are chairing new committees with participation from tribes, local governments, the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife, non-municipal water purveyors, irrigation districts, and interest groups. Members of these committees were determined in accordance with the law, and all committees have begun meeting.
You can find links to information about the eight Ecology-led committees on this page.
To see a list of all planning groups, visit our Streamflow Restoration planning page.
Meeting information for Ecology-led groups
Learn about what's happening in the following watersheds, also called water resource inventory areas (WRIAs):