Document - White River National Wild and Scenic River Management Plan
AbstractIn 1988 the White River, from its headwaters on the southeast slope of Mt. Hood to its confluence with the Deschutes RIver just above Sherars Bridge, excluding 0.6 miles at White River Falls. The river management plan should protect and enhance river values and enhance river values and address issues related to river management. The Congressional Record named the following values as outstanding for White River: geology, fish habitat, wildlife, recreation, and scenic recreation.
DescriptionEnvironmental Assessment of the White River Management Plan.
Filename - White River National Wild and Scenic River Management Plan406.pdf
Size - 6.41MB