Ecology Publications & Forms
Defining Public Interest in Washington State: Analysis of Western State Approaches and Washington Stakeholder and Tribe Perspectives
Defining Public Interest in Washington State: Analysis of Western State Approaches and Washington Stakeholder and Tribe Perspectives (Number of pages: 77) (Publication Size: 1167KB)
|Ahmad Hamdan, Jessica Phares, Victor Kamau, and Jacob Wall (UW Evans School Student Consulting Lab)
|This report is a capstone project in collaboration with the Evans School and the Department of Ecology with the purpose of exploring how public interest is used in water management in Washington and how it should be used moving forward.
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