The WRP Work Plan
The Southern California Wetlands Recovery Project works with federal, state and local agencies and non-profit partners to develop and implement acquisition, restoration, and enhancement projects within the WRP region.
Two key documents
guide the work of the WRP -- the Regional Restoration Strategy and the Work
Current projects being developed or implemented by the WRP are listed on the
Work Plan. Projects on the Work Plan are divided into three categories --
Tier 1, Tier 2, and the project incubator.
The following tables provide guidance on the types of projects that are likely to be approved on the WRP Work Plan. However, this is not an exhaustive list of eligible projects. Projects that do not fit within the descriptions below, but that would further goals identified in the WRP’s Regional Strategy, will still be considered.
Periodically the WRP solicits project proposals for the WRP Work Plan and does a major update of the Work Plan. Project proposals, however, can be submitted at any time and will be reviewed by the Wetlands Managers Group. If a project is determined to be Tier 1 projects with a critical timing issue, it may be added to the Work Plan at any time. All other project proposals will be held until the next major update of the Work Plan. Being added to the Work Plan does not necessarily guarantee funding. When a project is completed, it is then taken off the Work Plan (see the Completed Projects section on the left).