The NWSRA also requires that all classified rivers possess at least one outstandingly remarkable feature.
The NWSRA provides a method by which a managing resource agency can balance the conflicting interests of protection and development in a designated river corridor.
The NWSRA also stipulates that if the managing agency is FWS, then the designated corridor is automatically included in the National Wildlife Refuge System and is administered under the laws and regulations of both statutes.
Finally, the NWSRA expressly requires that the administering agency work directly with states, "landowners, private organizations, or individuals to plan, protect, and manage river resources.
Through the expansion of programming space in collaboration with partner park districts, current and future NWSRA sites will provide a diverse range of recreational options.
As a collaborative program between Clearbrook and NWSRA, the PURSUIT Adult Day Program provides continued growth through enriching recreational activities.
The STAR Academy After Care program is also a collaborative program between Clearbrook and NWSRA, and provides year-round after care for children and teens with disabilities, providing each individual with activities designed to meet their personal goals.
NWSRA Superintendent of Recreation Andrea Griffin stated "We are extremely grateful to our collaborative partners including the Mt.
NWSRA has enriched the lives of children and adults with disabilities as a partnership of 17 northwest suburban Park Districts by providing outstanding recreational opportunities for over 40 years.
NWSRA is currently registering athletes, as well as seeking sponsors.
NWSRA has grown tremendously over its 43 year history.
serves 17 Northwest suburban communities, providing day camps, weekly programs, trips, special events, cultural arts and more.