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A new way to submit your input: Collaborative Web Map!

In 2014, Congress designated the Middle Fork Snoqualmie and Pratt Rivers as National Wild and Scenic Rivers. These rivers are 35 miles east of Seattle near North Bend, Washington on the Snoqualmie District of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest. The Wild and Scenic Rivers Act is a federal law that protects important resources of designated rivers and requires protected rivers remain in a free-flowing, natural condition. We will develop a Comprehensive River Management Plan for the Middle Fork Snoqualmie and Pratt Wild and Scenic Rivers to identify how important river values and resources will be protected and enhanced.

Please share your ideas about how we should take care of these rivers. You can use our  online collaborative map of the wild and scenic rivers to make site-specific comments or share pictures of places you value. For more information about the planning process for the Middle Fork Snoqualmie and Pratt Wild and Scenic Rivers please visit our project main page for more information. Comments received by November 8th, 2018 may inform the river values assessment to determine the “outstandingly remarkable values” of the Middle Fork Snoqualmie and Pratt Rivers.  





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