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Nisqually Watershed Detailed Implementation Plan

Publication number Date Published
07-11-054 February 2007
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Author(s) Golder Associates Inc.
Description This Detailed Implementation Plan is intended to guide the implementation of the Nisqually River Watershed Management Plan and fulfills the requirements of the Watershed Planning Act, Revised
Code of Washington (RCW) 90.82.043 and RCW 90.82.048. The Nisqually River Watershed (Water Resource Inventory Area 11 [WRIA 11]) includes about 720 square miles of land that drains into the
Nisqually River and ultimately into Puget Sound. The boundaries of the Nisqually Watershed do not correspond to specific political or jurisdictional boundaries. The basin includes parts of three counties, a number of cities and towns, and tribal and federal lands. The large number of governmental entities with individual programs within the watershed has resulted in the need for more consistent water related policy.
The Watershed Management Plan contains recommended actions for short-term and long-term water resource management in WRIA 11 at both the watershed-wide scale and the sub-basin scale.
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