In 2011, CWMA Partners signed an MOU, which identified the partners, established the CWMA purpose and objectives, and outlined Steering Committee organization and responsibilities. The CWMA Steering Committee sets the annual operating plan, decides on priorities, discusses challenges and provides administrative oversight of the CWMA. Partners coordinate applications for state permits (i.e., MDEQ Aquatic Nuisance Control permit, etc.). Documents coordinated between members often require multiple agency reviews (including legal reviews), many edits, and results in a long process for approval and signatures from key partners.
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Adirondack Park Biodiversity biosolids CISMA Collective Impact control Department of Natural Resources Detroit River- W. Lake Erie CWMA Disposal diversity EDRR funding Fungal endophytes Germination GLRI habitat restoration herbicide invasive invasive species Lake Erie CWMA Lambton Shores landowners management Michigan MIPN monitoring native phragmites New York Northwest Michigan ISN Ohio Ontario PAMF partnerships Permits Phragmites Phragmites australis prescribed fire prioritization Research TNC U.S. Geological Survey volunteers wetlands Wisconsin DNR Wymbolwood Beach