Structure

While all DBWP meetings are open to the public, the group is structured into a Steering Committee–which directs the group, its projects, and research–and several Work Groups, which vary in number and membership by the current activity in the watershed.

Steering Committee

The Dickinson Bayou Watershed Partnership is directed by the Steering Committee, which meets quarterly, at locations rotating throughout the watershed. The Steering Committee is responsible for incorporating the information into the larger, comprehensive, watershed plan.

Type
# of Positions
Name/Organization
Agencies
3
Example: Galveston Bay Estuary Program and Texas Parks and Wildlife
Business
3
Example: Chamber of Commerce and Developers
City, City Agencies
6
Example: Dickinson, Galveston County, and Santa Fe
Related Not-for Profits
3
Example: Galveston Bay Foundation and Keep Dickinson Beautiful
Residents
3
Universities
2
Example: University of Houston – Clear Lake
Agriculture
3
Example: Waters Davis Soil and Water Conservation District
Council of Governments
1
Houston-Galveston Area Council

 

 

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