Ecology Publications & Forms
2006 Report to the Legislature: Progress on Watershed Planning and Setting Instream Flows (Historical)
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|Gale Blomstrom & Ann Wessel
|This is the third annual report to the Legislature on the progress of watershed planning and setting instream flows in Washington State. Prepared by the Department of Ecology (Ecology) under state law (Chapters 90.82.043(5) and 90.82.080(6) RCW), this document describes:
The status of watershed planning and implementation efforts, statewide; changes in state water law or regulations recommended by local watershed groups; and progress across the state in adopting administrative rules to enhance water management and protect instream flows.
The report provides a look ahead as more watershed groups move into the implementation phase, and summarizes high priority watershed project needs and funding requests. A summary of watershed planning and instream flow activities is also provided individually by watershed.
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Progress on Watershed Planning and Setting Instream Flows
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