Over the last two years, forest service crews have been monitoring the natural restoration in the upper Entiat Valley and worked to remove downed trees and other hazards.
According to the Department of Ecology’s website, snow pack state-wide is 120% of normal.
A federal judge has ordered more water be released from dams on the lower Columbia and Snake rivers to improve survival chances for endangered salmon in the region.
About 340,000 fingerlings, were lost the night of March 21 when a water intake became clogged.
If you have any questions or for maps of the now open areas, call the Chelan Ranger District at 682-4940.
Crews have not been to determine the source of the sheen since it was first spotted on the river Friday evening, but they have taken samples.
The 56-acre park offers 46 sites, an RV dump station, restrooms with showers, a day-use facility, picnic shelters, a 2 lane boat launch, playground, horseshoes and a walking trail.
April 28 is the new deadline to comment on four options, including taking no action.
Although the suspension of new employees to the Forest Service is certainly an inconvenience, Krake says the practice is not uncommon when there are changes in leadership.
[1/24/17] Open Space Vision Meeting Is Thursday
Thursday, January 26 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in the City of Chelan’s Council Chambers.