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Focus on: Skagit Basin's Big Lake Water Bank

Publication number Date Published
19-11-066April 2019
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Author(s) Rose, John
Description The Big Lake Water Bank is a mitigation program that provides a legal and reliable year-round water supply for homes within the Nookachamps subbasin while also protecting streamflows.
This focus sheet explains the management, benefits, and tracking of this program.
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Keywords water management, water availability, Skagit River, water banking, water bank
WEB PAGE Skagit River basin projects
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 03 Lower Skagit-Samish

Big Lake Mitigation Program Accounting Report