Document - River Corridor Public Use Concept Phase II: Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie

Abstract

The River Corridor Public Use Concept, Phase II of the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River Study, develops the use and management framework established in Phase I. It recommends the location, scale and level of facility development for day and overnight recreation use within one mile of the river corridor, from the mouth of the Valley to Dingford Creek. It proposes an interagency organizational structure—the Middle Fork River Council and a river coordinator—to coordinate project development, management activities and investment in the Valley. It also identifies tasks and responsible parties for implementation of Concept elements over a 5+ year period. Finally, the Concept provides general recommendations for facilities financing and operations, and preliminary budget opinions for facilities development.

Description

Interagency plan for facility development and management along the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie River.

Document Information

Filename - River Corridor Public Use Concept Phase II: Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie187.pdf

Size - 5.44MB


Associated Projects

Greenway Whitewater (WA)
The Mountains to Sound Greenway stretches over 100 miles along Interstate 90 from Seattle to Central Washington. AW is engaged in promoting stewardship and protection of the rivers in this corridor.
Middle Fork Snoqualmie (WA)
AW has been working on resource stewardship along the Middle Fork of the Snoqualmie in Washington and protecting this drainage for the incredible recreational opportunities it provides.