Citizens Advisory Committee


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Citizens Advisory Committee

CAC Vision Statement

To assist the watershed district managers with public outreach and education to engage residents with the watershed district and to promote behaviors that protect and improve habitat and our natural resources. To review and provide feedback to the managers on budgets, programs, and projects.


CAC Members and community

The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) is made up of a cross-section of residents from throughout the District to help support the mission and goals of the District. The CAC assists in developing programs and activities that help improve and protect the water resources of the District.  The CAC also provides input on reports, budgets, activities, programs and projects from the local perspective of the District’s citizens.


Come join us!

If you are interested in watershed issues and want to get involved in the watershed community, share what you have to offer as a Citizens Advisory Committee Member.

What does a volunteer do?  Find out more about us.  Click here for the volunteer job description.

Interested in applying?  Click here for the application. Fill it out and email it to Cameron Blake at or Karen Kill at to be considered for Board approval.

Not sure if you are ready to make the commitment? Click here for the volunteer brochure.  Come join us for a meeting or two to see what we are all about!.  All CAC meetings are open to the general public.

         Need a little bit more background on watershed management first?




Second Monday of even months 6:00-8:00 pm at the Stillwater Library conference room.

*Our CAC meetings have a remote attendance option via Zoom

Access information for each meeting will be posted on the BCWD calendar event.*

2024 calendar

  • February 12, 2024
  • April 8, 2024
  • June 10, 2024
  • August 12, 2024
  • October 14, 2024
  • December 9, 2024

Share your talents

Current CAC members run "Open Yard" outreach events May-Sept, help run a community event in September, monitor restoration progress on a BCWD conservation property, and provide public input to the BCWD board.  Join us on these activities or help start up a new mutually beneficial initiative!


Meeting Materials

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