1 edition of Annual report - Yellowstone River Compact Commission found in the catalog.
Annual report - Yellowstone River Compact Commission
Yellowstone River Compact Commission
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Yellowstone Academy. This exciting initiative enables us to build on Yellowstone Academy’s legacy of success and serve more deserving students and families. With a combined enrollment of approximately students, the launch of Yellowstone College Prep allowed us to grow by nearly 45%. On August 19th the Montana Fish Wildlife & Parks (FWP) closed the Yellowstone River and all of the tributaries connecting to the river. This action was unprecedented in Montana and the West in general, and based on the unusual die off of an estimated 4, Mountain Whitefish.
Section 2 - Yellowstone Compact. The Yellowstone River Compact between the states of Wyoming and Montana divides the waters of four tributaries, two of which pertain to this planning process, to the Yellowstone River. To all tributaries the following rules apply. Existing rights as of . OCLC Number: Notes: Page  erroneously headed: "40th Congress, 1st Session." "J Resolved, That the report proper of General Raynolds, upon his expolration in the valley of the Yellowstone river, be printed, with the maps, but without the illustrations; and that three thousand extra copies be printed and bound for the use of the Senate; and that the Secretaty of the.
The Yellowstone River Compact is the result of three earlier at-tempts to get an agreement on the allocation and use of the waters of the Yellowstone Basin. The first, signed in February of , con- the Yellowstone River Compact Commission for its proposed in Id. Act of Decem , ch. , § , 15, 58 Stat. ( River Compact, requested action on the bill be expedited "so that the available water can be utilized in the communities and farming areas of the three-State Bear River Basin." Cong. Rec. (). Also, the House report on the original Bear River Compact states that the wm.
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The Yellowstone River Compact Commission was established in and meets annually. The Commission's formational meeting minutes and annual reports can be accessed below by clicking on the appropriate link.
The official minutes of each meeting are incorporated into. Pursuant to Article III of the Yellowstone River Compact, the Commission submits the following fifty-sixth annual report of activities for the period ending Septem Minutes of Ap Members of the Yellowstone River Compact Commission convened the first of two meetings in on April 25 at a.m.
in Sheridan, Wyoming. Annual report - Yellowstone River Compact Commission by Yellowstone River Compact Commission. Topics Water resources development Publisher [Helena] Yellowstone River Compact Commission Collection MontanaStateLibrary; americana Digitizing sponsor Montana State Library Contributor Montana State Library Contributor usage rights See terms Language.
Pursuant to Article III of the Yellowstone River Compact, the Commission submits the following fifty-fourth annual report of activities for the period ending Septem Members of the Yellowstone River Compact Commission convened the first of two meetings. Yellowstone River Compact Commission.
Annual report - Yellowstone River Compact Commission (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Yellowstone River Compact Commission.
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Annual report of the Tennessee Valley Authority. The Yellowstone River Compact is an interstate compact that was entered into by Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming and ratified in for the purpose of providing for an equitable division and apportionment of the waters of the Yellowstone River and its tributaries, encouraging mutually beneficial development and use of the Yellowstone River Basin's waters, and furthering intergovernment.
Annual Report ( MB pdf) Annual Report; Part 1 ( KB pdf) Part 2 ( KB pdf) Part 3 ( KB pdf) Annual Report; Part 1 ( MB pdf) Part 2 ( KB pdf) Part 3 ( MB pdf) Part 4 ( KB pdf) Annual Report ( MB pdf) Annual Report ( MB pdf) Annual Report ( KB pdf) Annual Report (1 MB pdf) The Yellowstone River Compact Commission is an interstate commission that was created in by the ratification of the Yellowstone River Commission was created to administer the provisions of the Compact as between the states of Montana and Wyoming, and it is composed of one representative from the state of Wyoming and one representative from the state of Montana, selected.
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The Yellowstone River Compact is an interstate compact among Montana, North Dakota, and compact established the Yellowstone River Compact Commission, "charged with apportioning the waters of the Yellowstone River and its tributaries."The compact does not grant the commission authority over Yellowstone National Park.
Text of the compact. The legislature of each Formation date: Upper Shields River Watershed Water Supply and Irrigation Efficiencies Investigations, (December, ) Yellowstone River Compact Draft Report (November, ) Yellowstone River Basin, River Mile Index for Montana (September, ) Ground Water Information.
Yellowstone River Compact. Establishes a commission to apportion the waters of the Yellowstone River among Montana, North Dakota, and Wyoming.
Category: Water. Full Text PDF: View PDF. Member States. Click a state to view its list of compacts. State Citation. The terms “commission” and “Yellowstone River Compact commission” mean the agency created as provided herein for the administration of this compact.
The term “Yellowstone River basin” means areas in Wyoming, Montana, and North Dakota Article V shall be determined on an annual water year basis measured from October 1 of Size: KB. Addeddate Barcode Biblevel monograph Boxid mon Call number Identifier yellowstonerivernewe Identifier-ark.
— YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — For Matt Gibbens, visiting Yellowstone National Park via the East Entrance when it opened on Monday was a "no brai Read more > 14 Years ago Druids in Round Prairie Facts on Druid adults. Yellowstone River Conservation District Council Annual Report On behalf of the Custer County Conservation District Contact information: Yellowstone River Conservation District Council Valley Drive East, Miles City, MT Phone: Email: [email protected] Missouri River Tributary Traveled by Sacagawea & William Clark – The Yellowstone River starts just south of Yellowstone, travels north into Montana until it ultimately flows into the Missouri River.
William Clark of the Lewis & Clark Expedition and Sacagawea traveled the river in Defendant Yellowstone River Compact Commission is charged with implementing a three-state water distribution agreement known as the Yellowstone River Compact.
The signatory states are Montana, Wyoming and North Dakota. * The Yellowstone River Compact fixes the water usage of all the waters of the Yellowstone River Basin. . SUMMARY I.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED ACTION: The study has concluded that the lower miles of the mile long stud~rea on the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River is eligible for inclusion in the Wild and Scenic Rivers System under the Wild River classification.The longest free-flowing river in the continental U.S., the Yellowstone River in Montana offers a wild character and incomparable setting that is second to none.
Forming deep within the borders of Yellowstone National Park, the river meanders nearly miles before coming to its confluence with the Missouri River in North Dakota. On a journey nearly impossible to comprehend.Columbia River basin, Montana, through U.S Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations74 p.
Yellowstone River Compact Commission, Thirty-second annual report (in preparation). Ground-Water Stations (MT) Location: Statewide i s STATEWIDE Period of project'. Continuing Project chiefi Thomas E. Reed, Helena Objectives'.Author: R.S. Roberts.