When working on riparian issues, allow the local community to drive the process, identify the timelines, and identify the way in which they wish to manage riparian areas. Use awareness, team and tool building, community-based action, and monitoring.
The learning experience: Evolves from work with a coalition or group.
The learning experience: Builds on locally existing skills and resources.
The learning experience: Provides participants with feedback about the results of their actions.
Citation: Ambrose, N. E., Fitch, L., & Bateman, N. G. (2006). Evaluating characteristics of community riparian awareness program interactions. Water Science and Technology, 53(10), 193-199.
Citation Type: Research