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Water facilities area plan for Trout Creek watershed, Oregon. Water utilization section, Division of Land Economics under provisions of the Water Facilities Act (Public law no. 399, 75th Congress) by United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics. Division of Land Economics.

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Published in [Washington, D.C.] .
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  • Water-storage -- Oregon -- Trout Creek.,
  • Irrigation -- Oregon.

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Pagination49 numb ¾.
Number of Pages49
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Open LibraryOL15076225M

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Trout Creek, Oregon Watershed Assessment; Findings, Condition Evaluation and Action Opportunities, Technical : John Runyon. Educational and environmental groups can reserve Trout Creek Ranch facilities by calling or by filling out the Day Use Area Permit Application. Be sure to take a look at our Parks & Recreation Rules. To enter the hunting lottery, fill out and return the . Summerland also holds Water Licences to store approximat acre feet of water in 9 reservoirs within the Trout Creek watershed. Actual storage is calculated at 9, acre feet in all of the reservoirs combined. During the storage use season from July 1 to October 31 the maximum use was 7, acre-feet in The Trout Creek aquatic. Watersheds in Oregon with Salmon and/or Steelhead identified as NMFS Listed Resources of Concern for EPA's PGP ESU Watershed Name Cat Unit 10 digit HUC Columbia River Chum Salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) White Salmon River Watershed Middle Columbia River Steelhead Upper Trout Creek Watershed

The Wolf Creek Dam is located in Union County, Oregon. Wolf Creek Dam is owned and operated by the Powder Valley Water Control District. A Watershed Work Plan for the Wolf Creek watershed was completed by the Soil Conservation Service, now the Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS), and its partners in   This dataset includes total square miles and total percentage of land use for each generalized land use/ownership category for each surface water source area. Excel table can be sorted by watershed, county, population served, or specific land use. See Notes for .   Trout Creek is Oregon's premier destination for pure crack climbs. The climbing is physical, the rock is rough, and the approach is long if you're not used to hiking. The bulk of the climbing is vertical cracks in corners and stem-boxes on large basalt columns coming in at the range with an increasingly large smattering of really high.   Trout Creek Campground will close Sunday September 22nd, Trout Creek Campground is a fun, family campground situated along the South Santiam River, 20 miles east of the town of Sweet Home, Oregon. Many sites are right on the river, tucked under the cool shade of Douglas-fir and Hemlock trees.

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