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Lower North Umpqua Watershed Assessment and Action Plan

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Originator: Umpqua Basin Watershed Council and the Bureau of Land Management – Roseburg District Office
Publish Date: July 2003
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Agency: Watershed Councils
Name: Bob Kinyon
Job Position: Umpqua Basin Watershed Council Executive Director
Telephone: (541) 673-5756
E-Mail Address:
Abstract: This report contains: the purpose and development of the watershed assessment, watershed description, land use, ownership, and population, past conditions from pre-settlement to current, history of the Lower North Umpqua Watershed, and historical references. Current conditions include: Stream function, riparian zones and wetlands, water quality/quantity, fish populations, current trends and potential future conditions overview, stakeholder/landowner perspectives, and landowner interviews. The action plan includes: Property ownership and restoration potential, Lower North Umpqua Watershed key findings and action recommendations, and specific UBWC enhancement opportunities.
Time Period of Content: From the early 1800s to current
Geographic Extent: The Lower North Umpqua fifth-field watershed is located in Douglas County, Oregon, and is 106,259.6 acres in size
Status: Complete
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Format: Zip of PDF files
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