Case Study: Klamath Tracking and Accounting Program

klamath tracking and accounting case studyCase Study: Klamath Tracking and Accounting

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This document describes the background of the Klamath Tracking and Accounting Program (KTAP) and the considerations that went into designing the program protocol, watershed report, and strategy.

The Klamath Tracking and Accounting Program seeks to better understand, highlight, and enhance the
benefits to water quality created by changes in land management and restoration projects (hereafter “projects”)
in the Klamath Watershed Basin. KTAP defines a consistent system to track voluntary conservation and restoration actions
in a way that 1) enables local practitioners and funders to make informed decisions regarding where and how to
invest in water quality and habitat improvement; 2) provides the basis for scientific research that furthers our
understanding of the system and the instream response of collective action. The following program profile is
intended to provide context and a transferable example for other such efforts. It supports the companion
document, “Building a Tracking and Accounting Program.”

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Posted: 12/22/2016