2009 年 27 巻 Special_Issue 号 p. 245-250
To clarify the issues about the construction of a future framework of waterway conservation and management, we conducted literature surveys on the conservation policies of the city government and semi-structured interviews with the stakeholders of the waterway management in Kanazawa, Japan. As a result, we found three main issues. Firstly, the conservation policies did not include any measures which support farmers. Secondly, the management structure was not fully formed among the stakeholders and the stakeholders have no perspectives to the future. Thirdly, we found a lack of coordination between conservation policies and current management systems.