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Watershed Councils



Inter-Tribal Watershed Councils

•Preserve subsistence uses and tribal jurisdiction

•Oversees implementation of Watershed Plan

•Assert Tribal Water Rights

•Reserve instream flows

•Use of Traditional Environmental Knowledge

•Draft ordinances, resolutions, watershed management plans

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