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East Park Reservoir East Park Reservoir Resource Management Plan (RMP) - The purpose of the RMP is to assist the Bureau of Reclamation in formulating the long-range goals necessary to manage the natural resources associated with East Park Reservoir, while providing recreational opportunities for the surrounding communities. Current public uses at East Park Reservoir include boating, camping, fishing, bird watching. East Park Reservoir is open to the public free of charge on a first-come-first served basis from approximately mid-April to October, weather permitting. The west side of the reservoir is open year-round, weather permitting. The purpose of the RMP is to assist the Bureau of Reclamation in formulating the long-range goals necessary to manage the natural resources associated with East Park Reservoir, while providing recreational opportunities for the surrounding communities. Current public uses at East Park Reservoir include boating, camping, fishing, bird watching, and special uses which require a permit from Reclamation such as hang gliding
East Side Division (CVP), New Melones Unit - CA The CVP East Side Division and the construction of the New Melones Dam and Powerplant is one of the more controversial chapters in the history of the Central Valley Project. Developing the division brought the need for water and flood control into direct conflict with concerns over damage to cultural resources and the environment. The battle over construction of New Melones Dam was a signal that the end of the era of large dam construction had come. The controversy focused on the loss of a popular stretch of recreational white water, inundation of archeological sites, and flooding of the West's deepest limestone canyon. Controversy over the project lasted over a decade before the decision to proceed and provide irrigation water, flood control, and power generation.
ELIPS The Electronic Library of Interior PolicieS (ELIPS) is a library of official policies, procedures, programs, and functions of the bureaus and offices of the Department of the Interior. ELIPS contains the following: Departmental Manual Chapters - Permanent policy documents approved by the Secretary or the Assistant Secretary - Policy, Management and Budget. These include organization descriptions; delegations of authority; and policies, procedures, and standards for administrative, legal, legislative, informational and program activities of the Department. ELIPS contains the current chapters as well as a limited number of previously approved versions of the chapter. Earlier versions of the chapters as well as obsolete chapters are contained in the system's archived files. Secretary's Orders - Temporary or interim policies approved by the Secretary that expire after a specified period of time or that are converted to the Departmental Manual. ELIPS also contains all current and expired Secretary's Orders dating as far back as 1992. Bulletins/Memoranda - Policy letters, memorandums or bulletins issued by authorized DOI Management officials that generally provide policy guidance for Interior based on broader government regulations in the areas of Personnel, Federal Acquisition Regulations, Federal Travel Regulations, Information Technology, etc. A limited number of documents are currently in the system. Plans are underway to expand the number of documents in the future.
Environmental Monitoring The Environmental Monitoring Branch designs, coordinates, and conducts environmental sampling projects that assess the chemical and/or physical state of the environment. Water quality impacts of irrigation, hazardous waste remediation, acid rain impacts on watersheds and land classification are a few examples of such projects.
Environmental Water Account Environmental Water Account

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April 5, 2012

Non-interactive MP Region map relative to the rest of the Western USA States