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Kitsap Water Resource Inventory Area 15 Instream Resource Protection Program

Publication number Date Published
81-11-001June 1981
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Author(s) Water Resources Program
Description The Western Washington Instream Resources Protection Program (WWIRPP) was designed
to develop and adopt instream resource protection measures for Water Resource Inventory Areas (WRIA) in Western Washington. The administrative rules proposed for the Kitsap Instream Resources Protection Program represent the first phase in the development of the state's Water Resource Management Program for that Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 15. Establishment of instream flows and closure of certain streams during low flow, high stress periods will help to provide sufficient water for food and game fish, wildlife food supply and habitat, recreation, water quality, and protection of other environmental and aesthetic values.
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Keywords resource protection, water resource management, stream, inventory, rule, rules, resource, flow, fish, water, management, water resource, Water Resource Inventory Area, instream flow
WEB PAGE Instream Flows in Washington
WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 15 Kitsap