Metolius wild and scenic river management plan final environmental impact statement

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Title: Metolius wild and scenic river management plan final environmental impact statement
Author: Bend-Fort Rock Ranger District (Or.)
Abstract: Provides an image of the desired future condition for the Metolius River and its immediate environment, establishes management standards and guidelines which will serve as general guidance for more site-specific decisions, and establishes interagency cooperation, clarifies roles, defines responsibilities, schedules and prioritizes implementation action.
Description: 266 pp. Maps, tables, glossary, index, appendices, illus. The Metolius River is located on the east side of the Cascade Mountains and is a major tributary of the Deschutes River. The Metolius watershed is approximately 240,000 acres, of which 149,000 are on the Sisters Ranger District, and about 90,000 within the Warm Springs Indian Reservation. The proposed Wild and Scenic River corridor stretches 9435 acres from near the Metolius headwaters to Lake Billy Chinook (28.7 miles). Captured May 15, 2007.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1794/7218
Date: 1996-10


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