Document - Whitewater Boating and River Recreation in the Stillaguamish Valley and Sauk River Watersheds

Abstract

The Stillaguamish Valley and Sauk River Watersheds have provided opportunities for whitewater boating and other forms of river based recreation for decades. All of the rivers in this region are unique assets for Snohomish County residents and visitors, and some are even nationally recognized as Wild and Scenic Rivers. American Whitewater has prepared this SWOT analysis (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) of focused efforts to improve and enhance access to rivers in the region. While our primary focus is whitewater paddling, everyone who desires contact access to the water (including fishermen and swimmers) will benefit from this effort.

Description

A review of strengths, weakeness, opportunities, and threats to enhancing river access.
Document author
Thomas O'Keefe
3537 NE 87th St.
Seattle, WA 98115
Phone: 425-417-9012

Document Information

Filename - Whitewater Boating and River Recreation in the Stillaguamish Valley and Sauk River Watersheds1479.pdf

Size - 11.85MB


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