Currently, single religon has been unable to face economic pressures and lack of resources, across boundary governance has become a new trend in governance. However, across boundary governance is not a panacea for solving the problem, today, the partnership between non-profit organizations and government is the trend of the times, becoming an important new topic of the research of across boundary. As local governments are facing increasingly complex problems and needs, watershed governance issue is involved in a wide spectrum, in the past, it was a single administrative problems, but now it transfer into a complex、multi-level and cross-sectoral affair. For combining the power of all sectors, improving efficiency and quality of public services, the involvement of civil society can not be ignored.
Therefore, this research attempts the perspective of interactive governance theory to explore the model of watershed governance, adopting literature review, in-depth interview, and case studies to survey the development and model of Kao-Ping River Basin watershed governance, and then propose the difficulties of governance and elaborate the necessity and limitations of non-profit organizations. Furthermore, analyzing the data of the in-depth interview to bring up specific proposals and construct a suitable model for non-profit organization which participating in watershed governance.
According to the research result, it shows that the governance process of Kao-Ping River Basin has changed from the traditional government domination to public-private collaboration. In the future, the government should be actively to provide financial subsidies and develop more channels of participation, while the non-profit organizations should combine their resources and capabilities and form an alliance. Both of them have to grow up、keep good communication and trust each other, making a contribution to Taiwan''s environment.