. Conservation 2000 : 12-year report. Illinois. Dept. of Natural Resources; Critical Trends Assessment Program; Ecosystem management; Water conservation; Water quality management; Watersheds; Conservation of natural resources. Ecosystem Partnership Spotlight Fox River Ecosystem Partnership The Fox River Ecosystem Partnership (FREP) was formed in 1996, and was one of the first Partnerships cstabUshcd under the IDNR's C2000 pro- gram. In 1998, FREP began a facilitated watershed planning process, which resulted in identifying 16 critical factors and 6 areas of concern. The final product was the I

. Conservation 2000 : 12-year report. Illinois. Dept. of Natural Resources; Critical Trends Assessment Program; Ecosystem management; Water conservation; Water quality management; Watersheds; Conservation of natural resources. Ecosystem Partnership Spotlight Fox River Ecosystem Partnership The Fox River Ecosystem Partnership (FREP) was formed in 1996, and was one of the first Partnerships cstabUshcd under the IDNR's C2000 pro- gram. In 1998, FREP began a facilitated watershed planning process, which resulted in identifying 16 critical factors and 6 areas of concern. The final product was the I Stock Photo
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. Conservation 2000 : 12-year report. Illinois. Dept. of Natural Resources; Critical Trends Assessment Program; Ecosystem management; Water conservation; Water quality management; Watersheds; Conservation of natural resources. Ecosystem Partnership Spotlight Fox River Ecosystem Partnership The Fox River Ecosystem Partnership (FREP) was formed in 1996, and was one of the first Partnerships cstabUshcd under the IDNR's C2000 pro- gram. In 1998, FREP began a facilitated watershed planning process, which resulted in identifying 16 critical factors and 6 areas of concern. The final product was the Integrated Management Plan for the Fox River Watershed in Illinois that makes 37 recommendations for action. This plan has been the guiding document for FREP ever since, and was made possible by C2000 support. To date, over forty organizations have endorsed that Integrated Watershed Management Plan. FREP hosts bimonthly Noon Networks that provide information and networking opportunities to an average of 20-30 people at each meeting on a variety of topics. General partnership meetings with a guest speaker arc held every other month, opposite the Noon Network meetings. The FREP membership is a diverse group of landowners, businesses, non-profit organizations, and agencies with over 80 members including individuals, educational institutions, local governments, non-profits, consultants, and others. Consistently hosting general meetings and noon networks each month, providing a membership newsletter, and maintaining a well-used web page would not be possible without C2000 support grants and other C2000 ftinding. This essential support from the C2000 program has enabled FREP to continue to grow and mature as a watershed-based organization that now serves as a model for other newer groups.. Fox River Ecosystem Partnership Watershed In addition, C2000 has provided more than $2, 339, 664.59 in funding for 58 projects in the Fox River watershed, and $2, 061, 730.40 in matching fiinds were lev

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