• close up view of gate and parade ground of Fort Clatsop

    Lewis and Clark

    National Historical Park OR,WA

Management

View of Columbia River from Station Camp

View of the Columbia River from Station Camp - Middle Village


Middle Village - Station Camp Concept Design as of July 20, 2011 [pdf] 22 pages; 3.6MB

Station Camp - Middle Village Environmental Assessment [pdf]
177 pages; 13.0MB

Environmental Assessment by Chapters
Preface [pdf] 5 pages; 718KB
Chapter 1 [pdf] 11 pages; 12MB
Chapter 2-1 [pdf ] 7 pages; 3.8MB
Chapter 2-2 [pdf] 5 pages; 1.5MB
Chapter 3 [pdf] 19 pages; 2.0MB
Chapter 4 [pdf] 30 pages; 498KB
Chapter 5 [pdf] 5 pages; 192KB
Chapter 6 [pdf] 3 pages; 136KB
Appendix [pdf] 92 pages; 4.38MB

 
spruce tree tall

Sitka Spruce Tree

Photo by Bill Kaspar, NPS

Middle Village FONSI [pdf] 14 pages; 996 KB




Forest Environmental Assessment
[pdf] 131 pages; 2.6 MB

Fire Management Plan
[pdf] 211 pages; 3.2 MB

 
Bull and Cow Elk at Otter Point

Bull and Cow Elk at Otter Point


Otter Point - Environmental Assessment [pdf] 78 pages; 11 MB

Otter Point - Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) [pdf] 11 pages; 523 KB

 

Did You Know?

Station Camp

Station Camp is thought to be the most significant Lewis and Clark campsite along the lower Columbia River. During their stay there, the Corps of Discovery interacted and traded with ancestors of present-day Chinook Indians.