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USACE's Most Innovative Cases of Environmental Collaboration & Conflict Resolution in 2017

Anne Baker, CPCX; Kristina May, NAB; Kaitlyn Carriere, MVN; Kimberly Townsend, HQUSACE; Allison Monroe, SAM
26 June 2018

    Every year, MSC's share their ECCR experiences and select one innovative case to share across the agency. Four USACE panelists will share innovative ideas, best practices and lessons learned from these cases. Feature cases include:

  • NAD - Kristina May, Biologist, discusses the Chesapeake Bay Comprehensive Water Resources and Restoration Plan: Complex stakeholder engagement and data gathering for a Corps watershed assessment using the Collaboration and Public Participation Center of Expertise (CPCX) as a third party facilitator.
  • MVD - Kaitlyn Carriere, CWPPRA Program Coordinator, discusses the Coastal Wetlands Planning, Protection and Restoration Act (CWPPRA) Program: A collaborative, multi-agency model for addressing complex problems in Coastal Louisiana, including the development of standard procedures and annual refinement of collaboration methods.
  • POD - Kimberly Townsend, Senior Water Resources Planner, discusses Alaska District's Lowell Creek Flood Diversion Feasibility Study: Insights on the early engagement of experts, inclusion of a third party facilitator with training value for district staff, and coordination across multiple business lines and procedural requirements.
  • MVD, SAD, LRD - Allison Monroe, Team Leader, South Mississippi Branch, discusses the Mississippi Standard Operating Procedures for Endangered Species (MS SLOPES): An interagency, multi-MSC effort focused on improving cooperation under Section 7 of the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in the state of Mississippi, with insights on the development of competent, purposeful, adaptive and decisive collaboration methods.
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  • Access all 8 ECCR Innovative Cases and related resources here
  • CPPCoP Newslette April - June 2018
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