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Environmental assessment and land protection plan, Ni-les"tun Unit

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

Environmental assessment and land protection plan, Ni-les"tun Unit

Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, Coos County, Oregon.

by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

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Published by U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wildlife refuges -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon -- Coos County,
  • Fishes -- Conservation -- Oregon -- Coos County,
  • Wildlife conservation -- Oregon -- Coos County,
  • Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge (Or.)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesNi-les"tun Unit., Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, Coos County, Oregon.
    ContributionsU.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Oregon Coastal Field Office.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17584238M
    OCLC/WorldCa42799967

    Recovery plans do not necessarily represent the views, official positions or approval of any individuals or agencies involved in the plan formulation, other than NMFS. Coal was discovered in the vicinity of the Coquille River which resulted in significant industrial activity beginning in the mid s. Dairy, beef, and sheep production were the most significant agricultural products of the area by the mid s. The Department is sensitive to the significance of these findings and is committed to preserving and protecting any significant sites on CVWA.

    Information on commercial fishing on the lower Coquille River is available from at least as far back as The commercial catch of Silver Salmon coho from the Coquille River from to ranged from 74, to nearlypounds annually OFC European Settlement of the Coquille Valley According to the book A guide to the Oregon South Coast History Douthit the first Europeans to settle the Coquille Valley did so in the late s for the purpose of establishing small family farms. Nothing in this plan should be construed as a commitment or requirement that any General agency obligate or pay funds in any one fiscal year in excess of appropriations made by Congress for that fiscal year in contravention of the Anti-Deficiency Act, 31 U.

    As time went on it was recognized that the Coquille River provided a very useful travel route for boat traffic including cargo carrying ships and ferries. The National Marine Fisheries Service would like to thank the individuals, organizations, and agencies listed below alphabetically for their contributions to this plan. Cor any other law or regulation. Appropriate measures to preserve known sites will be taken based on consultation with these entities.


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Environmental assessment and land protection plan, Ni-lestun Unit book

European Settlement of the Coquille Valley According to the book A guide to the Oregon South Coast History Douthit the first Europeans to settle the Coquille Valley did so in the late s for the purpose of establishing small family farms. These farms produced a variety of crops, with the most significant crop produced being hay.

In addition, livestock such as cattle and pigs were important products of this area. The commercial catch of Silver Salmon coho from the Coquille River from to ranged from 74, to nearlypounds annually OFC Approved recovery plans are subject to modification as dictated by new findings, changes in species status, and the completion of recovery actions.

During the development of the Ni-lestun Unit of Bandon Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, many significant archeological sites and objects were found, which were related to the history of Native American people stretching far back into prehistory.

There were many boats that regularly moved up and down the river stopping at several river- side communities to pick up or unload people and products. Several canneries once existed along the Coquille River, however little evidence of their presence exists today. Cor any other law or regulation.

noaa final oc coho recovery plan 2017

The Coquille Valley is an area where a significant amount of historic and prehistoric human activity has occurred. Appropriate measures to preserve known sites will be taken based on consultation with these entities. Plans are published by the National Marine Fisheries Service NMFSsometimes prepared with the assistance of recovery teams, contractors, state agencies and others.

This allowed agricultural and timber products to be moved to markets located some distance from the Coquille River Valley.

Recovery plans are guidance and planning documents, not regulatory documents. Nothing in this plan should be construed as a commitment or requirement that any General agency obligate or pay funds in any one fiscal year in excess of appropriations made by Congress for that fiscal year in contravention of the Anti-Deficiency Act, 31 U.

Middens, or locations where shells and bones of wildlife used for human subsistence, have been uncovered in the Coquille Valley that indicate these people relied on the River and its associated wetlands and estuary to find food. Wooden pilings still D. Dairy, beef, and sheep production were the most significant agricultural products of the area by the mid s.

The Department is sensitive to the significance of these findings and is committed to preserving and protecting any significant sites on CVWA. Radio carbon dating of archeological sites found in the Coquille Valley indicates Native Americans were present and subsisting in the area at least as far back as to AD.

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Recovery plans do not necessarily represent the views, official positions or approval of any individuals or agencies involved in the plan formulation, other than NMFS. As time went on it was recognized that the Coquille River provided a very useful travel route for boat traffic including cargo carrying ships and ferries.

The National Marine Fisheries Service would like to thank the individuals, organizations, and agencies listed below alphabetically for their contributions to this plan. Commercial fishing in the Coquille River was a large industry up until the mid- s when commercial harvest of salmon was made illegal on Oregon coastal rivers.

Information on commercial fishing on the lower Coquille River is available from at least as far back as Coal was discovered in the vicinity of the Coquille River which resulted in significant industrial activity beginning in the mid s.odfw draft coquille valley fwa plan draft - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.

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