This newsletter edition highlights key accomplishments during the first quarter of 2023, including identification of priority monitoring sites, new staff, workgroup progress, and upcoming work.
Winter 2022-23 Newsletter
2022 has been a year of building momentum and exciting development for the WRMP. This newsletter edition highlights some of the key accomplishments of the WRMP staff, Steering Committee, Technical Advisory Committee, and Science Workgroups during 2022.
Communication Needs Assessment
The Communications Needs Assessment is designed to inform WRMP staff and decision-makers about the information needs of WRMP stakeholders. his assessment will help the WRMP communicate information of interest to its different audiences in accessible and engaging ways.
WRMP Newsletter Fall 2022
Meet the San Francisco Estuary Institute’s new WRMP Lead Scientist and learn about ongoing work on regulatory monitoring needs, the WRMP data catalog, and People & Wetlands Workgroup.
WRMP Summer Newsletter: Check out what the WRMP has been working on in 2022!
Check out what the WRMP has been working on in 2022. Meet the new Chair and Vice Chair of the Steering Committee and read about opportunities for engagement!
WRMP Communication Needs Assessment Survey – We need your input!
Engage with the WRMP! Fill out this SURVEY that will aid in equitable and inclusive communication goals for the WRMP.
For the purposes of the Wetland Regional Monitoring Program (WRMP), Standard Operating Procedures, also known as an SOP, detail the data collection and management procedures to monitor specific indicators.
WRMP Affiliates Coauthor New Paper
The WRMP was included as one of the featured case studies to demonstrate the importance of stakeholder engagement and monitoring for future coastal resilience projects.
Frequently Asked Questions About the WRMP
Find answers to frequently asked questions about WRMP data, program status, funding, engagement, and more.