Wallowa : Comprehensive plan (1982)
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This Land Use Plan is a public document prepared by the City Council with assistance and input from community residents. It provides long-range guidelines for decision-making with regard to land use suitability, development proposal evaluation, public utility, facility and street improvement projects, and other considerations related to community growth. [From the plan]
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Wallowa-Whitman National Forest (Agency : U.S.) (2008-11)Proposes several alternatives for project initiating tree thinning, fuel reduction, and rehabilitation work, including placing large wood into Five Points Creek.
Wallowa County (Or.); Wallowa County (Or.). Planning Dept. (Wallowa County (Or.), 2003-06-16)Wallowa County long-range planning includes preparation and maintenance of plan map and related goals, policies, and background information (essentially this document), which can be used as a guideline for land conservation ...
Wallowa Valley Ranger District (Or.) (2005-09-23)FEIS reviews proposed activities to allocate forage for commercial livestock grazing on eleven allotments near Joseph Creek. Record of Decision announces implementation of Alternative 3 modified of the project FEIS, which ...