Watershed Council

Watershed Council Members

The role of the Watershed Council is to act as an advisory panel to the NBWA Board on the Watershed Stewardship Plan and other technical projects conducted by NBWA Committees (Water Quality, Integrated Water Resources, and Habitat/Floodplain Protection). More specifically, the Council has been active in developing the goals and objectives for the Watershed Stewardship Plan and sharing their expertise on watershed issues to be addressed in the plan. The Watershed Council meets quarterly (watch the Meeting Information page for meeting dates). All meetings are open to the public.

GroupCouncil Member
California Coastal Conservancy Amy Hutzel
California Department of Fish & GameGail Seymour
California Environmental Protection Agency Region 9,
Director, Water Division
Alexis Strauss
California Regional Water Quality Control Board,
San Francisco Bay Region, Watershed Management Coordinator
Naomi Feger
Friends of Corte Madera Creek Watershed Sandra Guldman
Friends of Napa River Bernhard Krevet
Friends of Novato Creek Sue Lattanzio
Friends of the Petaluma River Stephanie Bastianon
Gallinas Watershed Council Judy Schriebman
Marin Building & Construction Trades Council Bill Scott
Marin Conservation League Susan Stompe
Marin Valley Streamkeepers Betsy Bikle
Miller Creek Watershed StewardsRachel Kamman
Napa County Farm Bureau Sandra Elles
Napa County Resource Conservation DistrictLeigh Sharp
National Marine Fisheries Services, Southwest Region Charlotte A. Ambrose
North Bay Agricultural Alliance Tito Sasaki
Petaluma Chamber of Commerce Andy Rodgers
Sonoma Ecology Center Caitlin Cornwall
Southern Sonoma County RCD Kara Heckert
The Bay Institute of San FranciscoMarc Holmes
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, San Francisco District,
Chief, Planning Branch
Thomas Kendall
UC Cooperative Extension-Marin David Lewis
Watershed Alliance of MarinLaura Chariton

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