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case analysis of Oregon"s Willamette River Greenway Program

Webb Sterling Bauer

case analysis of Oregon"s Willamette River Greenway Program

by Webb Sterling Bauer

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Regional planning -- Oregon -- Willamette River Valley.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Webb Sterling Bauer.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[11], 246 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages246
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14223145M

    Even so, today the Willamette is blessed with thousands of acres of parkland along its miles of mainstream river, and a few more on the Middle and Coast forks. Most natural areas and parks along the Willamette that are formally part of the Greenway program are managed by the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. Announcing Unsprawl: Remixing Spaces as Places, by Simmons B. Buntin with Ken Pirie Planetizen Press The RiverPlace case study on this page is out of date. A completely revised case study is included in the new book, which is available in full-color print and electronic versions, with an introduction by Galina Tachieva, author of Spawl Repair Manual.

    The Keizer Rapids Regional Community Park in Keizer, Oregon complements the Willamette River Water Trail and will soon be a prime public access point to enjoy the Water city of Keizer and Marion County are working with multiple partners to establish a acre park on the Willamette River, immediately adjacent to one of the largest urban areas in Oregon. He also sought a declaratory judgment that Oregon Revised Statute ("O.R.S.") , establishing the Willamette River Greenway, is unconstitutional because it "deprives citizens of the United States of the right to pass the fee simple in lands to heirs or assigns in accordance with the Supreme Law of the Land." 1.

      That case triggered a massive overhaul of its sewage system that finally stopped a major source of pollution for the Willamette and the nearby Columbia Slough, making the river swimmable and creating potential for real protection and rehabilitation. Portland was founded at the confluence of the Willamette and Columbia rivers. 2 p. Review produced for HC Science Colloquium: Willamette River Environmental Health, Robert D. Clark Honors College, University of Oregon, Spring term,


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Case analysis of Oregon"s Willamette River Greenway Program by Webb Sterling Bauer Download PDF EPUB FB2

A case analysis of Oregon's Willamette River Greenway Program Public Deposited. Analytics × Add The Willamette River Greenway Program was created by an act of the Oregon Legislature in and modified by a second act in The purpose of the program was to protect the natural environment of the river from approximately the foot of the Cited by: 2.

Title: A Case Analysis of Oregon's Willainette River Greenway Program Abstract approved: Dr. Keith W. Muckleston The Willamette River Greenway Program was created by an act of the Oregon Legislature in and modified by a second act in The purpose of the program was to protect the natural environment of.

More Info on the Willamette River Greenway. Below is the wonderful thesis crafted by Web Bauer back in which provides a good chronicle of some of the history, and limitations of the Greenway Program. Then, Charles Johnson's book about Governor Bob Straub provides an in-depth analysis of Governor Straub's role.

Abstract. Graduation date: The Willamette River Greenway Program was created by an act of the Oregon Legislature in and modified by a second act in \ud The purpose of the program was to protect the natural environment of the river from approximately the foot of the Cascade Range near Eugene, north to the Columbia River confluence, a river distance of.

The Willamette River (/ w ɪ ˈ l æ m ɪ t / wil-AM-it) is a major tributary of the Columbia River, accounting for 12 to 15 percent of the Columbia's Willamette's main stem is miles ( km) long, lying entirely in northwestern Oregon in the United States.

Flowing northward between the Oregon Coast Range and the Cascade Range, the river and its tributaries form the Willamette Mouth: Columbia River.

Goal 15 is focused on the Willamette River, and applies to cities and counties along the river. The Willamette River Greenway is a corridor of water and land in which development is planned and built with recognition of the unique qualities of the Willamette River.

The Goal set tasks for both the state and local communities. Students and researchers will find valuable also Webb S. Bauer's Oregon State University doctoral thesis on the Willamette River Greenway and the several works by Professor Thomas R.

Cox on the place of Oregon's state park system in the national conservation movement. A vASt rivEr SyStEM The Willamette River dra square miles of land at an average rate of flow that would fill buildings the size of Portland’s tallest skyscraper every day.

About thE WillAMEttE The Willamette is a vital, multi-purpose waterway that touches the lives of millions of people. Benefits of Trails. Trails have many benefits of health and economic basis.

Here are studies and articles on the benefits of trails. Refine by Subcateogry. This paper focuses on the community’s changing vision for the riverfront’s role in Corvallis, Oregon and the local, regional, and national implications of.

WILLAMETTE RIVER GREENWAY PLAN Metro Boundary Location Alternatives Analysis Establishment of Study Area to Evaluate Land for Inclusion in the UGB Arranging the Contested-Case Hearing.

Willamette Greenway Clip: Season 24 Episode | 8m 55s One of the boldest plans ever proposed in Oregon called for a park miles long, lining the banks of the Willamette River. Inthe Oregon Legislature passed the Willamette River Greenway Act, which connected the greenway to a comprehensive state land use law passed that same year.

Inthe state department of Land Conservation and Development included the Willamette River Greenway as one of nineteen standards for state-wide planning.

Willamette River. The Plan addresses the quality of the natural and human environment along the river. The Willamette River and the lands adjacent to it are a unique and valuable natural resource, which require special protection. The Plan is part of Portland’s Comprehensive Plan. The primary objectives of the Willamette Greenway Plan are: 1.

ENB - Scenic Views From West Bank of Willamette River; ENB - Willamette Greenway Plan Update; ENB - River Renaissance Vision; ENB - River Renaissance Strategy; ENB - River Renaissance Directors Group; ENB - Workplan to Update the City Comprehensive Plan.

ENERGY RECOVERY CASE STUDY: MARION COUNTY, OREGON The Marion County waste to energy facility (WTEF) is the only such plant in Oregon. Owned Marion County stretches from the Willamette River to the Cascade Mountains.

Encompassing square miles, the county is made up of 20 County and City Data Book:10th Edition, Data on. The Willamette River Festival is a partnership of the City of Eugene, Willamette Riverkeeper, River House Outdoor Program, Willamalane Parks and Recreation District, Willamette Kayak & Canoe Club, University of Oregon Outdoor Program and the Willamette Stewardship Network.

The Willamette River Greenway is a cooperative state and local government effort to maintain and enhance the scenic, recreational, historic, natural and agricultural qualities of the Willamette River and its adjacent lands.

A number of trails exist along the greenway, but significant gaps still exist. Oregon State Treasurer Robert Straub proposed in public ownership of lands.

Inthe Oregon legislature created the Willamette River Greenway – thought to be the nation's first legally-designated greenway – aimed at protecting and giving access to the ribbon of lands adjoining both sides of over miles of the river through development review of private lands and acquisition of riverfront parks and trails.

The goal of the Willamette Greenway Plan is to protect, conserve, maintain, and enhance the scenic, natural, historical, economic, and recreational qualities of lands along the Willamette River.

The Plan addresses the quality of the natural and human environment along the river. University of Oregon Libraries. Kincaid Street Eugene. WILLAMETTE RIVER GREENWAY History. The initial Willamette River Greenway legislation was established in as a system to acquire lands for scenic and recreational purposes along the river.

It was called the Willamette River Park System. In the State Legislature enacted the present law, ORS toestablishing the Willamette. McCall also supported the plan for a Willamette Greenway. Inhe worked with the Oregon Legislature to approve a study of the plan and begin establishing parks along the banks of the mile river.

Inthe state legislature passed another law that connected the Willamette Greenway plan to state land-use planning laws.The Willamette Water project modeled 22 scenarios, a reference or base case, and a suite of alternative scenarios.

The Reference Case scenario represents future conditions in the Willamette River Basin, under expected trends in population and income growth, existing policies and institutions, and a mid-range climate change projection.