Compliments to TWP’s Watershed Health Program

We wanted to share this particularly nice compliment to TWP’s Protecting the Water of the Arid West (PWAW) program from one of our training participants:

I was struggling.  My watershed group had just learned that we would have to address much more stringent water quality standards and we had no money with which to work.  I knew we’re going to have to engage the public if we’re ever going to be successful.  But how?  Out of the blue an e-mail came from Trees, Water & People inviting me to attend a free training to learn how to tell stories effectively.  Under the tutelage of a skilled trainer, I learned to tell my fascinating stories in a way that engages others. My watershed group is well on its way to solving its funding issues. Not bad for a day’s work.

Through PWAW, we regularly provide training and development assistance to watershed groups, like this person’s, throughout the Interior West.  With funding from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), this two-year program has helped these groups to grow sustainably and continue the protection of precious water resources.

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