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Workgroups are collaborative communities, often within an organization that complete efforts

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Workgroups are people who work together to achieve shared natural resource goals. From large government agencies to small organizations to loose communities. Workgroup pages might list activities, but for project details it may be useful to develop an effort page. When a workgroup develops a tool it could becomes a resource. Workgroups that develop a large portfolio here might create an acronym category and use the a credit box to categorize and list its efforts and products.

The most influential workgroups in Puget Sound ecosystem management are the myriad government agencies. Understanding this network is critical to any informed work in ecosystem management.

Here are some useful things to know about workgroups:

  • What is their source of funding or authority?
  • How many people are involved and what do they do?
  • What is the geographic area they work in?
  • What are their efforts.

Federal Agencies

Tribal Governments

Washington State Agencies

Not including "programs" or public "academic" institutions

Local Government

Academic Institutions

Special Districts

Non-governmental Organizations

Coordination Bodies