The North and Middle Rivers Watershed Management Authority (NMRWMA) requests proposals from qualified contractors for watershed planning services to develop a Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan.
The North and Middle Rivers Watershed Management Authority (NMRWMA) was initially formed in 2017, with 11 jurisdictions within the watersheds; counties, cities, and soil and water conservation districts. NMRWMA now has 17 participating jurisdictions; 42.5% of eligible jurisdictions within the watersheds.
The NMRWMA aims to participate in the management and enhancement of the Watersheds and is seeking to develop a comprehensive watershed management plan that addresses the goals of our mission statement: “Cooperatively seek resources to facilitate water quality improvement and flood damage reduction within the North River and Middle River Watersheds.”
Goals and objectives include:
- Assess water and environmental conditions within the entire North and Middle Rivers Watersheds.
- Perform a case study on the priority areas identified within the comprehensive plan that have the greatest impact on flooding and water quality within the North and Middle Rivers Watersheds.
- Increase participation from municipalities, landowners, organizations, agricultural producers, and the general public in the NMRWMA.
Proposals are due by Friday, March 8, 2024. For details, please see the Request for Qualification and Proposals:
For more information about the North & Middle Rivers WMA, please visit: North and Middle Rivers Watershed Management Authority