Jan. 27-28: Wild and Scenic River Management Workshop on Section 7 for Oregon and Washington BLM

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This workshop is intended for BLM employees on Wild and Scenic Rivers in Oregon and Washington, and special invitees.

If you do not fall into the above categories and would like to audit this workshop, you can watch a live-stream of the workshop on YouTube.
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Contact Angie Fuhrmann, RTC Coordinator, at [email protected] for more information!


Improvements in the knowledge of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and future applications of Section 7(a) based on increased knowledge of its intent, content, and procedures.


1. Increase participants’ knowledge of:

  • The protection requirements of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (Act) 
  • The standards and process for evaluating water resources projects subject to review under Section 7(a) of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act
  • Begin to identify potential water resource projects related to Dingell rivers in Oregon and Washington.

Participant's Pre-work:

To achieve the workshop objectives, it is important that each participant reviews the web-based BLM Wild and Scenic River Course of Study, Module #6.

To improve your understanding of the workshop, we suggest that you review several technical reports prepared by the Interagency Wild and Scenic Rivers Coordinating Council (IWSRCC). If you are not already familiar with the IWSRCC, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with their website, www.rivers.gov

We encourage you to find a few minutes to take the 7-question pre-test

At www.rivers.gov please review the following technical reports and charts

OR/WA BLM Section 7 Workshop Flyer by Angie Fuhrmann