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Klamath wild & scenic river eligibility report and environmental assessment

Klamath wild & scenic river eligibility report and environmental assessment

Klamath River, Oregon : draft.

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Published by U.S. National Park Service, Pacific Northwest Region in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wild and scenic rivers -- Oregon -- Klamath River,
  • Wild and scenic rivers -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon -- Klamath River,
  • Klamath River (Or. and Calif.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesKlamath River, Oregon : draft.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationiv, [4], 105 p.
    Number of Pages105
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17805990M
    OCLC/WorldCa35810115

    Klamath wild and scenic river eligibility report and environmental assessment: Klamath "February " ; "Much of this document was taken directly from, or based on, the Bureau of Land Management's earlier studies of the Klamath River: the Final eligibility and suitability report for the Upper Klamath wild and scenic river study. The National Park Service manages rivers in parks and works with communities and other partners to help support river conservation and river recreation across the country. Explore the site to find rivers near you.

    Read Oregon Wild's report on the best process for removing Klamath River dams. Photos top to bottom (all photos by Brett Cole): Wetlands in the Upper Klamath Basin, Yellow headed Blackbird on Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, Mt. Shasta behind Lower Klamath, Great Horned Owl on Lower Klamath National Wildlife Refuge. river based on values (including recreation, wildlife, fish, prehistoric, historic, scenic quality and Native American traditional use) identified in the “Final Eligibility and Suitability Report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study” completed in The project area is also designated by the BLM (KFRA RMP/EIS ) as an.

    Klamath River Canyon Vegetation and Road Treatments EA Page 1 of 41 Klamath River Canyon Vegetation and Road Treatments Environmental Assessment #OR Suitability Report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study” completed in Most of. The following verbiage is taken from the Klamath River Wild and Scenic River webpage: Klamath River (Oregon) Wild rapids in Hell's Corner Gorge testify to the Indian name "Klamet," or "swiftness." With a unique rainbow trout subspecies, scores of bald eagles, numerous endangered species, spectacular scenery, wild horses, and cultural and.


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Klamath wild & scenic river eligibility report and environmental assessment Download PDF EPUB FB2

Klamath River: the Final Eligibility and Suitability Report for the Upper Klamath Wild and Scenic River Study and the Draft Klamath Falls Area Resource Management Plan and Environmental Impact Statement. This assessment also borrowed heavily from the Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Salt Caves.

Draft Klamath: Wild & Scenic River-Eligibility Report and Environmental Assessment for public review and comment. A period for public comment on the report was provided from March 4,to Ap The draft report was finalized based on comments received.

On August 12 the NPS published in the Federal Register a. "Draft Klamath wild & scenic river eligibility report and environmental assessment"--Preliminary page. "State of Oregon application, Section 2(a)(ii), National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act." Reproduction Notes.

Klamath wild & scenic river eligibility report and environmental assessment: Klamath River, Oregon: draft by United States. National Park Service. Pacific Northwest Region; United States. Bureau of Land Management. Klamath Falls Resource Area.

Klamath tributaries flow from Mount Shasta, Marble Mountain and the Siskiyou and Trinity Alps Wilderness Areas. The U.S.

Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management manage the upper miles of the Klamath, and the state of California, with support from the National Park Service and Native American tribes, manage the remainder. Tributaries are administered by the U.S.

Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) for Relicensing of the Klamath River Project, No. This report documents the analysis of effects on the fish, wildlife, scenery and recreational values of the Klamath Wild and Scenic River in California (CA Klamath WSR) from relicensing of the Klamath River Hydroelectric Project.

Section 7(a) provides. Overview: The Klamath River begins in Oregon's Klamath Basin, then cuts through the Cascades and the Klamath Mountains before entering the Pacific Ocean in northern California. The Upper Klamath River has a lengthy season of use thanks to the steady water releases from the J.C.

Boyle Dam and Powerhouse operated by PacifiCorp. Wild and Scenic Rivers Like Nowhere in the Lower More than anything, the KS is defined by its spectacular wild rivers. The mighty Rogue River in the north and the famous Klamath River in the south are separated by the rugged Siskiyou Mountains along the Oregon-California border.

The Klamath River is well-known for its beautiful scenery, and paddlers are attracted to its Class II to Class V rapids. The river is also an important wildlife habitat corridor, known for its raptors.

Outstandingly Remarkable Values. Fisheries. The river supports several anadromous species during most of their in-river life stages, including. The Klamath River was once the third largest producer of salmon on the West Coast. But for nearly years, four dams have blocked salmon and steelhead from reaching more than miles of historic habitat, and have caused toxic algae outbreaks that harm water quality all the way to the Pacific Ocean, more than miles away.

PAC-Whit-D-7 NPS, Klamath Wild and Scenic River Eligibility Report and Environmental Assessment () PAC-Whit-D-8 Whittaker, Shelby and Gangemi Flows and recreation: A guide to studies for river professionals () PAC-Whit-D-9 Specified flow ranges for whitewater boating opportunities on the Hells Corner Reach.

eligibility phase was completed in accordance with BLM manual Wild and Scenic Rivers: Policy and Program Direction for Identification, Evaluation and Management (USDI­ BLM, ) and with The Wild and Scenic River Study Process Technical Report (IWSRCC, ).

Eligibility In order for a river to be eligible for inclusion in the. White River National Wild and Scenic River Environmental Assessment Deciding Officials: Mike Edrington, Forest Supervisor Mt.

Hood National Forest N.W. Division Gresham, OR James L. Hancock, District Manager Prineville District: Bureau of Land Management E. 4th Street Prineville, OR For Further Information: Diana L. RossFile Size: 6MB. (KFRA), completed the Klamath River Canyon Vegetation and Road Treatment Environmental Assessment (EA) analyzing a proposal to implement treatments within the Klamath River Canyon to address the following needs: • protect and enhance the Outstanding Remarkable Values (ORVs) for which the Wild and Scenic Klamath River was designated.

4 Wild And ScEnic RivER Eligibility REPoRt About this Report This report was generated by a team of experts in fisheries and wildlife biology, river ecology, hydrology, recreation and other related fields. team members have extensive direct experience with the streams of Montana and specifically with the streams in this report.

The Klamath is the second largest river in California. The entire river below Iron Gate Dam is a state and federally designated Wild & Scenic River.

Several major tributaries of the Klamath are also protected in the state and federal systems, including the Scott River, Salmon River, Wooley Creek, and the Trinity River.

With miles classified as wild, scenic or recreational, the Klamath is longest Wild and Scenic River in California. Another 11 miles of the upper Klamath are designated in Oregon. The Klamath River watershed is as big as Massachusetts and Connecticut combined. of Fish and Wildlife have prepared a final environmental impact statement and environmental impact report (EIS/EIR) evaluating the potential effects of removing four privately owned dams on the Klamath River in southern Oregon and northern California should the Secretary.

Canoer's Guide to the Wild and Scenic Middle Klamath River [Rucker, Neil] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Canoer's Guide to the Wild and Scenic Middle Klamath River Comment Report abuse.

William Ashworth. out of 5 stars A book to match a river. Reviewed in the United States on Janu /5(5). Publication Date Mon, 02/06/ - am.

Region Oregon-Washington. Organization. Collection: Public Room Category: Map Keywords Wild-and-Scenic-River, map, Oregon-Washington-State-Office. The Klamath River Renewal Corporation, charged with decommissioning four dams on the Klamath River, will host three public open houses Nov.

7 – 9. The purpose of the open houses is to provide an opportunity for residents of the Klamath Basin to meet read more >>.Klamath River Gravel Placement and Bypass Barrier. Removal Environmental Assessment. Klamath Falls Resource Area Lakeview District Bureau of Land Management. Prepared for: PacifiCorp Energy NE Multnomah, Suite Portland, OR Prepared by: Mason, Bruce & Girard, Inc.

SW Washington Street, Suite Portland, Oregon August.Final eligibility and suitability report for the upper Klamath wild and scenic river study. Wild and scenic rivers, Wild and scenic rivers Klamath Falls, Or.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Land Management, Klamath Falls Resource Area, Year: