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Simpson Northwest Timberlands Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load -- Submittal Report
Simpson Northwest Timberlands Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load -- Submittal Report (Number of pages: 253) (Publication Size: 1MB)
|A Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) has been developed to address fisheries concerns on several tributaries of the lower Chehalis and Skokomish Rivers as well as several streams draining to South Puget Sound and Hood Canal. The scope of this TMDL includes waters located on land owned by Simpson Timber Company (STC) in the state of Washington. These forested watersheds include Simpson’s long term commercial timberland in Thurston, Mason, and Grays Harbor counties. The area lies near Shelton and extends into the southern foothills of the Olympic Mountains across the Wynoochee River.
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Simpson Northwest Timberlands Temperature Total Maximum Daily Load Submittal
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