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We want your feedback! SCIWC updates international management plan

posted Feb 4, 2015, 12:43 PM by G-Suite Manager

We need your feedback. 

St. Croix International Waterway Commission 2025 Management Plan

On behalf of the St. Croix International Waterway Commission, I am excited and pleased to share our draft of the 2025 International Management Plan for the St. Croix boundary corridor.

You may download a copy of the draft management plan document via this link. If you have difficulty, please contact me and I will send you a copy directly. 

The St. Croix International Waterway Commission (SCIWC) was created by legislation in Maine and New Brunswick in the late 1980s to develop and implement a cooperative, international plan for management of the St. Croix corridor. The resulting plan was formally approved in 1993 (download it here), and has acted as a guiding document not only for work within the waterway, but also for many other watersheds who consider it an exemplary example of cooperative waterway management. You can view aprogress report document, as well as an interactive timeline, that were completed in 2014.

Since September 2014, the SCIWC has been consulting with stakeholders, residents, and individuals concerned about the waterway via a series of public and private meetings, as well as during a two-day international science forum held in November. The resulting feedback was incorporated into an updated management plan draft

Your feedback is important. I'm asking you to examine the draft management plan and provide feedback, either by mail, email, or in person, by February 18th, 2015. Any feedback received after this date may not be included in the final plan. Feedback can be submitted via the addresses above.

Thank you for your continued help in completing this challenging but worthwhile project. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch.


Abby Pond
Executive Director
St. Croix International Waterway Commission

The St. Croix International Waterway Commission is an international partnership that protects and enhances the health, heritage and beauty of a shared waterway. 
This project is generously supported by the Environmental Trust Fund - Your Environmental Trust Fund at Work / Votre Fonds en fiducie pour l’environment au travail. 
This project is generously supported by the Maine Outdoor Heritage Fund.