In response, the League formed a Task Force to engage Project stakeholders in a process of providing input as the League continues work toward mission fulfillment. The process is designed to:
- Promote harmonization of individual efforts;
- Ensure the Columbia Basin Project is fully supported;
- Ensure representation of all stakeholder voices;
- Promote understanding of individual Project elements and prioritize them.
Engagement outreach is now complete, as the electronic survey is closed. This summer, the League hired a firm that specializes in evidence-based qualitative and quantitative research to design and execute the survey, as well as analyze the results. Findings were reported to the League Board this fall, and they will be used to inform the League’s short, mid, and long-term goals and objectives in the context of revisions to the League’s strategic plan.
Thank you to everyone who participated and took the survey!
The League extends thanks to the financial contributors to this project:
Adams County Development Council, Alice Parker, Anonymous, Brett & Bryan LLC, Burk Wahluke Enterprises, Campbell Kirson Farms LLC, Cegnar Company, Charles McFadden, Clark Kagele, Della Kiesz, Donald Beus, Horning Bros LLC, Jack Hendrix, Janett & Associates LLC, Johnson-Reaugh, LLC, Jon and Sharon Fink, Lad Irrigation Company, Mark Stedman, Michael Schwisow, Rosebud Vineyards Inc., S&C Ranching, Sunset Farms Inc, Treat Farms, Washington State Potato Commission, Windy Pairie Inc, Kevin Lyle