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Okanogan Watershed Plan
Okanogan Watershed Plan (Number of pages: 330) (Publication Size: 28433KB)
|Author(s)||Okanogan Watershed Planning Unit|
|Description||The Okanogan Watershed Plan is the result of five years of work by the Okanogan Watershed Planning Unit, which was formed in response to the 1998 Watershed Management Act (RCW 90.82). This statute provided the framework for locally‐based watershed planning with a shared governance goal of giving local interests a voice and
forum for collaboration on water resource issues. Through the process the stakeholders in
the Okanogan Watershed have reached common ground in creating recommendations and strategic actions that address water quantity, water quality, instream flows, habitat, and
multi‐purpose water storage. It is expected that the early action items and recommendations presented in this Plan will be further refined in the implementation phase (Phase IV) of the watershed planning process.
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|Contact||Water Resources Program at 360-407-6872|
|Keywords||water resource management, watershed management, water management, WRIA 49, water supply, Water Resource Inventory Area, water resources|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 49 Okanogan|
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