Develop collaborative advantage in watershed management by working to develop and emphasize benefits not only for the partnership as a whole, but also for every individual and organization involved (e.g. access to credible data, learning opportunities, support for individual initiatives, local relevance, etc).
Audience: Local decision-makers
The learning experience: Builds on locally existing skills and resources.
The learning experience: Evolves from work with a coalition or group.
The learning experience: Takes into consideration the community as a whole, including: socio-political, economic, historical, and cultural influences.
Study Themes: Public participation
Citation: Ferreyra, C., & Beard, P. (2007). Participatory evaluation of collaborative and integrated water management: Insights from the field. Journal of Environmental Planning and Management, 50(2), 271-296. from the Environmental Sciences and Pollution Mgmt database.
Citation Type: Research