(1) The director of the department of ecology and the commissioner of public lands
shall jointly host an annual meeting with other corps program participants to serve
as a forum for the partner agencies to provide guidance and feedback concerning the
management and function of the corps.
(2) At a minimum, representatives of the following must be invited to participate
at the annual meeting: The department of fish and wildlife; the state parks and
recreation commission; the Puget Sound partnership; the department of veterans affairs;
the employment security department; the Washington commission for national and community
service; conservation districts; the state conservation commission; the salmon
recovery funding board; the recreation and conservation office; the department of
commerce; the department of health; or any similar successor organizations and any
appropriate nonprofit organizations, including those engaged in service corps projects.
(3) Annual meeting participants shall, at a minimum:
(a) Review the conservation corps projects completed in the previous year, including
an analysis of successes and opportunities for improvement; and
(b) Establish a work plan for the coming year, including the setting of annual priorities
or criteria consistent with this chapter to guide crew development and the development
of plans to pursue funding from various sources to expand the conservation corps.
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