Focus on Mitigation that Works Forum
Focus on Mitigation that Works Forum (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 201KB)
|Author(s)||Ecology SEA Program|
|Description||In 2008, Ecology created the Mitigation that Works Forum. Comprised of representatives from Washington land trusts, non-profit organizations, business and developer associations, and federal, state and local agencies, the Forum’s charge was to develop and agree on a shared vision for successful environmental mitigation and identify practical actions to make all aspects of mitigation work better.
This two-page document briefly describes actions and recommendations the Forum made to Ecology and other environmental agencies and how those recommendations are being implemented.
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Making Mitigation Work: The Report of the Mitigation that Works Forum
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