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This is the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan of the Coastal & Heartland National Estuary Partnership, adopted in late 2019 as the 5-year strategic plan of the organization.

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2019 CHNEP CCMP

This is the Comprehensive Conservation and Management Plan of the Coastal & Heartland National Estuary Partnership, adopted in late 2019 as the 5-year strategic plan of the organization.

Keywords: CHNEP CCMP,CCMP,Strategic Plan

N COASTAL & HEARTLANDIP
ATIONAL ESTUARY PARTNERSH


N COASTAL & HEARTLANDIP
ATIONAL ESTUARY PARTNERSH


N COASTAL & HEARTLANDIP
ATIONAL ESTUARY PARTNERSH


Manatee Haines City
Lakeland Winter Haven

Bartow Lake Wales

Polk

Wauchula

Hardee

Arcadia

Sarasota De Soto

Venice
North Port

Port Charlotte LAKE
OKEECHOBEE
Punta Gorda Glades
Moore Haven
Charlotte

Lee La Belle

GULF OF MEXICO Fort Myers

Sanibel Cape Coral Lehigh Acres
0 20 Miles
Fort Myers Beach Hendry
Estero

Bonita Springs


Technical Management Policy
Advisory Committee Committee
Committee
Executive Director and
Citizens other CHNEP staff
Advisory
Committee


1970 1987 2004

The Environmental Protection Act Establishment of the Hurricane Charley
created the U.S. Environmental National Estuary Program made landfall at
Protection Agency. under the Clean Water Act. Charlotte Harbor with
a maximum wind
1972 speed of 150 mph, 2006
causing severe
Establishment of the damage to natural More than 73,000 acres
U.S. Clean Water Act. ecosystems and of Babcock Ranch was
about $14.6 billion in acquired by the State
1995 1996 property damage in and Lee County for
Florida. conservation.
Governor Lawton Chiles Work begins to
nominated the area from develop a regional CCMP
Venice to Bonita Springs to through formation of the
Winter Haven (including Citizens Advisory Committee and
Charlotte Harbor) as an public hearings to solicit public
comments on the region’s problems
Estuary of National and priorities.
Signi cance and the
Charlotte Harbor National
Estuary Program was formed.

2000 2003 2005 2008

CHNEP Management The CCMP was amended to The CCMP was revised to The CCMP was
Conference adopted address exotic nuisance re ne its quanti able updated to include
the rst CCMP. animals and minimum ows objectives and priority additional
and levels. actions based upon new objectives and
data and better knowledge actions and a new
of the natural and priority problem of
manmade changes taking stewardship gaps.
place in the CHNEP area.


MILESTONES: 1970-TODAY

2011 2016 2018 2019

Urban fertilizer Seagrass coverage in Hurricane Irma made The CCMP was revised to:
ordinances were Charlotte Harbor was landfall near Marco expand the CHNEP area to
adopted for all restored to 71,000 Island and moved up include the full length of
coastal counties in acres, exceeding the coast with a the Caloosahatchee River,
the CHNEP area. 1950’s levels and sustained wind speed change the name to
re ecting improving of 111 mph, causing better acknowledge the
water clarity in some $50 billion in damages Partnership’s Heartland
estuaries. across Florida and partners, incorporate a
widespread ooding Climate Change
and prolonged power Vulnerability Analysis, and
outages leading to add new science,
sewage spills. accomplishments, and
management priorities.

2013 2017

The CCMP was updated Approximately 4,000 acres of wetlands feeding three
to incorporate new tributaries into Estero Bay were purchased and put into
policies on seagrass permanent conservation by Lee County (Edison Farms). Purchases
and nutrient targets like this propelled CHNEP to meet and exceed its CCMP interim
and other Objective to double conserved lands from the 1998 baseline.
environmental
indicators and targets.


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