The East Fork Lewis River and its tributaries are listed on the state’s polluted waters list for bacteria and temperature pollution problems. The plan:
Describes what needs to happen to cleanup the polluted water so that it meets state water quality standards.
Is the first of it's kind in Washington.
This is not only a priority for water quality, but also for salmon recovery. If water quality standards are not met through this process, a traditional Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) study will be required.
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