Mission: To develop and conserve natural resources through project planning and leadership training.
Programs: In 2010, the little colorado river plateau rc&d had identified sixty-six tasks to address from the 2010 annual plan of work. Not all tasks were to begin in 2010. Twenty-one tasks were initiated during the year and eighteen of those tasks which were initiated were completed. At the start of 2010, the little colorado river plateau rc&d had eight project in progress. Thirteen new projects were added during the year and twelve projects were completed. The out come of those projects that were on going, initiated in 2010 or completed in 2010 is as follows. (information & education) agricultural related tours, workshops or seminars-13; forestry related workshops, tours, or seminars-14; community events held-12; training sessions held-9; grant writing training sessions held-1; business development training sessions held-6; environmental educations training sessions held-3; participants at workshops and training sessions-1198; instructors at trainings sessions and workshops-54; newspaper informational media produced-74; newsletter informational media produced-6; publications informational media produced-520; brochure informational media produced-5; display informational media produced-17; electronic media informational media produced-3; total distribution of informational media-3,385: study/plan completed for rc&d area-3. (natural resources) grazing land treated-480 acres; urban lands protected-547 acres; urban lands homes protected-35; invasive species units managed or treated -4; invasive species units treated fish & wildlife-0; invasive species managed or treated area-36; irrigation systems constructed or rehabbed-2; water bodies improved-fish-1; water bodies improved-water quality- 1; water bodies improved area-fish-100 acres; water bodies improved area-water quality- water quality-160 acres; (community & economic development) businesses created-0; businesses expanded-3; businesses retained-16; special forest products farms utilized -1; jobs created-non farm -4; seasonal jobs created-non farm -4; jobs retained-non farm-12; associations formed-4; businesses benefiting from new technology-22; people benefiting from new technology-23; recreational areas improved-1; recreational area improved area- 500 ft. ; service provided or improved: grant administration-1; material recycled-93 tons; citizens served-underserved or underrepresented-66; citizens served-socially or economically disadvantaged-136 citizens served-tribal-56; tribal nations served-2.
to develop and conserve natural resources through project planning and leadership training.