The Climate Action Plan for the Methow Watershed is being developed by a Task Force that oversees the process and sector subcommittees that feature experts in the various sectors. The following organizations and agencies make up the Task Force and its sector subcommittees. There are also numerous individuals and community leaders who also participated in the Plan but are not listed below.
Ann Diamond, Individual
Clean Air Methow, cleanairmethow.org
Mazama Store, themazamastore.com
Methow Conservancy, methowconservancy.org
Methow Cycle and Sport, methowcyclesport.com
Methow Recycles, methowrecycles.org
Methow Trails, methowtrails.org
Methow Valley Citizens Council, mvcitizens.org
Methow Valley School District, methow.org
Methow Watershed Council, methowwatershed.com
Okanogan Conservation District, okanogancd.org
Okanogan County Fire District 6, okanogancountyfd6.com
Okanogan Long Term Recovery Group, okanogancountyrecovery.com
Okanogan Transit, okanogantransit.com
Room One, roomone.org
The Cove, thecovecares.com
Town of Pateros, pateros.com
Town of Twisp, townoftwisp.com
Town of Winthrop, townofwinthrop.com
VIP Insurance, vipagencygroup.com
Washington Department of Agriculture, agr.wa.gov
With assistance from advisors from the following organizations: Aero Methow, Bluebird Grains, BCS Livestock, Confluence Health, Colville Confederated Tribes Environmental Trust Program, Department of Ecology, Department of Natural Resources, Environmental Protection Agency, Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Family Health Centers, Methow Ready, Methow Valley Interpretive Center, Moccasin Lake Ranch, Okanogan County Electric Co-op, Ruby Slippers Farm, United States Forest Service, University of Washington, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Washington State Insurance Commissioner’s Office, Willowbrook Farm.
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