About NCRP Project Tracker
Since 2005, the North Coast Resource Partnership has invested over $95 million of local, state and federal funding in a variety of projects that benefit the communities and landscapes of the North Coast region and the rest of California. Projects are selected for their effectiveness in achieving measurable, long term positive outcomes for communities and watersheds. The NCRP is committed to ongoing, rigorous evaluation of funded projects, and to documenting their environmental, economic and community health benefits.
The North Coast Resource Partnership has developed a Project Tracker tool for the North Coast region that documents North Coast region activities and projects. The Project Tracker platform includes information on project status, location, size, goals and objectives, impact, and performance metrics. This tool represents and facilitates the NCRP “project pipeline” and is augmented in partnership with the region’s Tribes, Resource Conservation Districts, counties, NGOs, and others who design and implement projects in the North Coast region. Numerous projects have been identified and entered into the North Coast Project Tracker. These projects include NCRP funded projects, regional priority projects in various stages of development, and over 2,000 pending partner projects. NCRP Project Developers are working with local project sponsors to identify the current project status and technical assistance needs of these pending projects. Having a comprehensive portfolio of projects for the region allows NCRP and its partners to assess project development gaps in the region while also reporting on the collective project benefit and return on investment.
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