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Interactive Watersheds

Using immersive and interactive multimedia technologies, five individual watershed partnership web sites across the U.S. provide organizations and individuals a place to share restoration techniques and contributions to ecosystem recovery. These web sites also create an open communication process where citizens can become engaged in real time interaction with the restoration work.
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2001 Canal St.
Boise , ID 83705
Contact Person: Gary O. Grimm
Phone: 208-336-2992
E-Mail: gogrimm@mountainvisions.com
Website: http://www.interactivewatersheds.net/uswtrmap.html

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The virtual explorations of each of these watersheds provide organizations and individuals a place to learn about and share restoration techniques. Explore these nationwide Interactive Watersheds to understand how large-scale watershed restoration can be achieved and encouraged through the use of technology, community education, and partnerships.

The Watersheds involved in this project each have their own separate web sites. These are the Upper Sevier River Community Watershed Project in Utah, The Pit River Watershed Alliance In California, The Coalition for the Upper Platte River in Colorado, The Conasauga River Alliance in Georgia and The Potomac Watershed Partnership in Maryland/Virginia.

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