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Wenatchee River Basin Instream Resources Protection Program

Publication number Date Published
82-IRPP-45December 1982
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Author(s) Water Resources Program
Description Through this instream protection program, the Washington State Department of Ecology proposes to establish minimum instream flows on certain streams which will constitute senior
rights to those subsequently issued for additional consumptive diversions. Minimum instream
flows are being adopted to protect fish, wildlife, navigation, water quality, scenic, aesthetic, and other environmental values. These minimum flows are proposed for adoption as Chapter
173-545 WAC, a new section in the Washington Administrative Code.
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Keywords stream, resource, flow, fish, basin, river, water, instream flow
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WATERSHED Water Resource Inventory Area 45 Wenatchee

Instream Resources Protection Program — Wenatchee River Basin, Water Resource Inventory Area (WRIA) 45