Mine-Scarred Lands Initiative Tool Kit: Resources Related to Identifying and Engaging Partners and Stakeholders
Tool Kit Links
EPA, Getting In Step: A Guide for Conducting Watershed Outreach Campaigns and Getting in Step: Engaging and Involving Stakeholders in Your Watershed
These stakeholder guides provide the tools needed to effectively identify, engage and involve stakeholders throughout a watershed project.
EPA Green Communities
Through a 5-step planning process, this resource provides tools and information to help a community help itself become more sustainable. Step 1 includes tools on how to involve the community.
Trout Unlimited Grassroots Guide
A resource guide to assist communities in identifying mine-related problems, organizing communities, and working to improve water quality and wildlife habitat.
EPA, Environmental Justice Collaborative Model
This resource provides an overview of some of the key aspects for any collaborative process including issue identification, building partnerships, strategic planning and project implementation.
EPA, Community Action for a Renewed Environment (CARE) Resource Guide
This guide is designed to help communities in the CARE program, who go through a multi-step process: getting organized, analyzing risks, reducing risks, and tracking progress. It can be used by anyone interested in any aspect of working with communities.
OSM Intern Program
This site provides an index to applications and sponsorship information for individuals interested in the Office of Surface Mining's Watershed Intern Program