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Commenting open: October 12, 2020 12:00AM PT - November 12, 2020 11:59PM PT.

Little Spokane River Dissolved Oxygen-pH Total Maximum Daily Load


We invite you to comment on the draft Little Spokane River Total Maximum Daily Load water quality improvement plan.


This draft water quality improvement plan aims to address two issues in the river, low dissolved oxygen and high pH levels. The goal of the water quality improvement plan, formally known as a Total Maximum Daily Load or TMDL, is to identify water quality and riparian habitat improvements needed to support aquatic life and recreational uses in the Little Spokane River watershed. 


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Comments are due by November 12, 2020.


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