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Detailed Implementation Plan Little and Middle Spokane River Basins, Water Resource Inventory Area 55/57

Publication number Date Published
08-11-063 February 2008
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WEST BRANCH LITTLE SPOKANE RIVER Watershed Implementation Plan
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Author(s) WRIA 55/57 Watershed Implementation Team, Sound Resolutions and Cascadia Consulting Group
Description This Detailed Implementation Plan is a blueprint for coordinating and implementing the recommendations outlined in the Watershed Management Plan for the Little and Middle Spokane River Basins. These 107 recommendations address central issues to water resource management in the Little and Middle Spokane River Basins: water conservation, reclamation, and reuse; instream flow needs for the Middle and Little Spokane Rivers; domestic exempt wells; water rights and claims; and strategies for river baseflow and ground water recharge augmentation, as well as approaches to plan implementation.
This plan was developed by the WRIA 55/57 Watershed Implementation Team (WIT), formed of community members and agency staff. The WIT has encouraged public comment and participation throughout the planning process, and came to its decisions by consensus. Many of the proposed actions depend upon the cooperation of local residents, businesses, governments, and other entities. The WIT and WIT members are committed to continuing to work with the community towards successful implementation of the actions detailed in this plan.
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Keywords watershed management, WRIA 55, WRIA 57, implementation plan, water resources, watershed, watershed planning
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Areas
(WRIA 55,WRIA 57)

Watershed Management Plan WRIA 55 & 57

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