EEP partners with landowners, local governments, military bases, schools, private-sector businesses -– all these and more collaborate with EEP on a voluntary basis to meet their individual needs. EEP outsources the bulk of its program needs to the private sector, creating green jobs and bolstering the state’s economy.
EEP relies heavily on coordination and collaborative partnerships with public and private entities at the local, state and federal levels. Relying on local watershed plans and associated recommendations, EEP continues to work with local stakeholders and funding programs to ensure that the plans not only generate projects to satisfy mitigation needs, but also serve as a resource for communities working to implement watershed improvements.
EEP partners with a variety of individuals and groups, both in helping them comply with state and federal clean-water regulations, and in delivering restoration, enhancement and preservation projects that satisfy those requirements. Landowners, private-sector businesses, local governments, military bases, schools and others work with EEP on a voluntary basis to meet their individual compliance needs. And, EEP outsources the bulk of its mitigation project work to the private sector -– creating green jobs and bolstering the state’s economy.