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Act, the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, and the National Environmental
Although not a part of the system, the Buffalo is managed by the National Park Service and protected under language very similar to Section 7 of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers Act, language requiring that developments upstream or downstream from the protected river not "unreasonably diminish" the river's values.
At the time the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act passed, Congress expected the states to undertake "as much of the job as possible.
Bingaman should also add a proposal to protect 21 miles of the Molalla River under the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act and increase the size of the Oregon Caves National Monument by more than 4,000 acres.
Under the authority of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act (WSRA), the National Park Service in December determined that the bridge "would have a direct and adverse effect on the scenic and recreational values of the Lower St.
The Rogue was one of the original eight rivers designated as national treasures when Congress passed the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in 1968.
NPCA contends that the Park Service's assurances that park needs will be cared for through a cooperative agreement with the council do not meet the standards set by the National Park Service Organic Act and the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
The iconic Rogue was one of the original eight rivers designated as national treasures when Congress passed the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act four decades ago.
It also would protect 38 rivers under the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
There are several important wilderness proposals missing from this bill, most notably one that would protect over 140 miles of Rogue River tributaries under the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
Gordon Smith is missing a prime election-year opportunity to boost his standing with environmental, recreational and fishing interests - and the many other Oregonians who treasure the remarkable Rogue River - by supporting legislation that would protect over 140 miles of tributaries under the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act.
A fitting way for Congress to observe next year's 40th anniversary of the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act would be to add 70 miles of tributary streams to the protections already in place for the lower Rogue River.