"Whiskey's for drinking, water's for fighting," Mark Twain.
Water is a complex natural resource. Water is required for life, yet it is a finite resource that must be shared by people, plants, and wildlife...including fish. Below are topics related to water. Under each topic are links to reports and more specific information that you may find useful.
Water/Toxic Cleanup Plans
USGS Real Time Data for Washington
USGS Water Resources
Water Resource Maps and GIS Information
Walla Walla Watershed Plan
Walla Walla Sub-Basin Plan
Watershed Management Council
Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Temperature and Turbidity Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL)
Walla Walla Basin, Oregon Stream Temperature TMDL
Walla Walla Watershed, Washington pH and Dissolved Oxygen TMDL
Walla Walla Watershed, Washington Temperature TMDL
Department of Ecology
Washington Water Trust
Assessing Water Rights
Oregon Water Resources
Watershed Assessments and Water Right Decisions
Water Use: Irrigation
Stream Flow Gauges in WRIA 32
Water Quality Monitoroing in WRIA 32
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