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Water Resource Inventory Area 48 Twisp, Washington Prepared ...

WATER WITHDRAWAL STUDY PLAN Water Resource Inventory Area 48 Twisp, Washington Prepared for: Methow Watershed Council Project No. 080180-001-01 y July 16, 2009

Summary Highlands Associates Work on Tasks for Methow ...

Summary Highlands Associates Work on Tasks for Methow Watershed Council FINAL REPORT 7/25/08 Highlands Associates was retained by the Methow Watershed Council in September, 2007 to conduct research and provide a report responding to eight (8) tasks.

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GEOLOGIC HISTORY AND MAPPING

Geology of the Methow Valley, Okanogan County, Washington , Washington Division of Geology and Earth Resources Bulletin 68, 72 p., 1 plate. Bretz 1923 Bretz, J. 1923.

HISTORICAL HUMAN ACTIVITIES AND FLOOD MANAGEMENT

O-i APPENDIX O - HISTORICAL HUMAN ACTIVITIES AND FLOOD MANAGEMENT This appendix provides documentation on the historical settlement and management of river flooding within the Methow Subbasin based on local accounts, historical records, books, and available literature.

Methow Valley Irrigation District Project

Methow Valley Irrigation District Project PRELIMINARY Environmental Assessment East and West Diversion Screening Proposal BPA Project # 1996-034-01 W://KEC/EAs-EQ-13/MVID/MVID SEA31.doc Prepared by: Bonneville Power Administration December 2, 2003

Ecotrust Whole Watershed Restoration Project Completion Report

Methow Conservancy Project Completion Report 1 Methow Conservancy 2009 EcoTrust Whole Watershed Restoration Project Completion Report Project Title: Salmon Habitat Enhancement through Beaver Reintroduction

Methow Conservancy Welcomes New Executive Director

Methow Conservancy Press Release For Immediate Release Contact : Sarah Brooks, Associate Director Methow Conservancy PO Box 71 Winthrop, WA 98862 509-996-2870 fax: 509-996-3872 sarah@methowconservancy.org Date : August 11, 2006 Methow Conservancy Welcomes New Executive Director The Board of ...

Natural History Resources

Natural History Resources The following resources are available from the Methow Biodiversity Project, PO Box 175, Winthrop, WA, 98862. Proceeds, such as they are, go to support The Methow Naturalist.

Edible Plants of the Methow

Edible and Poisonous Plants of the Methow Valley Compiled byThe Methow Naturalist/Methow Biodiversity Project, PO Box 175, Winthrop, WA 98862 Common Name Scientific Name Season Use/Notes Edible Native Plants Black Tree Lichen Alectoria fremontii All year A delicacy to some native people ...