North Fork John Day Wild and Scenic River management plan environmental assessment, decision notice and finding of no significant impact

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Title: North Fork John Day Wild and Scenic River management plan environmental assessment, decision notice and finding of no significant impact
Author: North Fork John Day Ranger District (Or.); Baker Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: Proposes to develop a management plan that will address resource protection, development of lands and facilities, user capacities, and other management practices necessary or desirable to achieve the purpose of the Act. Decision notice announces implementation of Alternative D with modifications of project EA, which gives special emphasis to high level management of water quality and fisheries concerns (habitat of the wild runs of chinook salmon, steelhead, and resident redband/rainbow trout and bull trout), and allows for coordination with appropriate state and federal agencies, Indian tribes, and landowners.
Description: 200 pp. Tables, appendices, glossary, maps. "The North Fork John Day River is located in Northeast Oregon on both the Umatilla and Wallowa-Whitman National Forests, starting in the North Fork John Day Wilderness (Section 13, T 8 S, R 36 E) and flowing north and then west to its confluence with Camas Creek (Section 33, T 6 S, R 31 E)." Decision notice is dated September 13, 1993. Captured June 12, 2008.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/6739
Date: 1993-06


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