Klamath Tracking and Accounting Program (KTAP) is a local program seeking to better understand the benefits to water quality created by changes in land management and restoration projects. KTAP seeks to highlight the collective benefit that restoration and land management projects provide for water quality and habitat for native fish in the Klamath Basin.
KTAP Stewardship Project Reporting Protocol 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) provide the basis for scientific research that furthers our understanding of the system.
Participation in KTAP Stewardship Project Reporting is completely voluntary.
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