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Interim Guidance for Determining Net Ecological Benefit for streamflow restoration planning and mitigation pilots
Interim Guidance for Determining Net Ecological Benefit for streamflow restoration planning and mitigation pilots (Number of pages: 15) (Publication Size: 206KB)
Note: revised 6/18/2018
|Author(s)||Water Resources Program|
|Description||The 2018 Streamflow Restoration Act (Engrossed Substitute Senate Bill (ESSB) 6091) requires the Department of Ecology (Ecology) to determine that a Net Ecological Benefit (NEB) will result when adopting and approving:
• Watershed plan updates, as required under Section 202.
• Watershed restoration and enhancement plans under Section 203.
• Water resource mitigation pilot projects under Section 301.
This interim guidance will be used to evaluate plans that are completed within the next twelve months or later if there is prior agreement with Ecology, and for pilot projects being conducted under Section 301.
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|Contact||Water Resources Program at 360-407-6872|
|Keywords||guidance, ESSB 6091, Net Ecological Benefit|
|WEB PAGE||Streamflow Restoration|
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