Lower Salmon River cultural resource management plan Public Deposited

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  • Cultural resource inventories have identified,205 individual sites on public land along the Lower Salmon River, Idaho. These sites represent a rich and diverse record of the human occupation and utilization of the river canyon during the past 10,000 years. Each of these 205 sites contains its own unique record of human activity, and as a group form a significant historic district. Each cultural resource site has been damaged to some degree by natural and/or human sources of deterioration. The degree of damage from modern human use of the area is accelerating. Thus, there is an increasing challenge to protect the unique and varied cultural resources as well as provide outdoor recreation users the opportunity to observe and understand the rich archeological value along the river. Through an intensive cultural resource management program, the Bureau of Land Management can provide the protection necessary to prevent further loss of the historic values present on public land along the Lower Salmon River. The Lower Salmon River Cultural Resource Management Plan outlines short-term as well as long-term management actions to achieve the appropriate level of protection.
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