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Through a series of public meetings held during 2015 and 2016, a wide range of local stakeholders worked together with staff from The Trust for Public Land and the Houston-Galveston Area Council to develop a “Greenprint” for the West Fork San Jacinto Watershed. The goals of the Greenprint are to (1) Protect water quality and (2) Provide access to water-based recreation.
The purpose of the final workshop for the Greenprint will be to discuss strategies for implementing the Greenprint in Walker County. It will be held from noon until 2:00 PM on Wednesday, February 22 in the San Jacinto River Authority board room (1577 Dam Site Road, Conroe) (lunch provided). Walker County includes the upper portion of the West Fork watershed, from the river’s headwaters down into the northern part of Lake Conroe.
You can learn more about the Greenprint, including its text and its full set of watershed maps, at https://www.tpl.org/our-work/west-fork-san-jacinto-watershed-greenprint. Contact person for this project is Amy Morris, Conservation Vision Program Manager for The Trust for Public Land. email@example.com