Pajaro Compass Stakeholder Meetings
The Pajaro Compass Network meets twice annually, usually on the fourth Wednesday of April and October. Stakeholder Meetings change location throughout the Pajaro Watershed and highlight relevant and timely topics related to the six themes of the Pajaro Compass: Water Resources, Agriculture, Biodiversity, Carbon and Soil Health, Recreation and Community.
Stakeholder meetings provide an excellent networking opportunity for private landowners and land managers, community members, conservation groups, government agencies, and elected officials, to learn about one another’s activities and connect to advance the pace and scale of conservation in the watershed.
Network meetings are open to the public.
To receive email invitations and reminders about upcoming meetings, subscribe to the Pajaro Compass Network mailing list by sending a request to firstname.lastname@example.org