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U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT

Oregon / Washington

Salmon-Neskowin

The Salmon River lies approximately four miles north of Lincoln City, Oregon, flowing west from the Oregon Coast Range into the Pacific Ocean. Neskowin Creek lies approximately four miles north of the Salmon River and eight miles south of Pacific City, Oregon, also draining into the Pacific. Together, the two watersheds occupy approximately 64,000 acres. About two-thirds of the combined watershed is privately owned, while the remainder is managed by various federal and state agencies.

Click on titles to navigate to specific documents. For ease of function, the Salmon-Neskowin Watershed Analysis and the maps are separate Adobe Acrobat PDF files.

Salmon-Neskowin Watershed Analysis (PDF) Complete document

Map Title Number
Base Map and Human Features (PDF) 1
Ownership and Management (PDF) 2
Soil Climate Zones and Plant Association Groups (PDF) 3
Swiss Needle Cast Infestation (PDF) 4
Vegetation Showing Seral Stage Classes (PDF) 5
Historic Vegetation Showing Seral Stage Classes (PDF) 6
Current Interior Forest (PDF) 7
Historic Interior Forest (PDF) 8
Spotted Owl Habitat and Reserve Pair Areas (PDF) 9
Potential Key Fish Habitat (PDF) 10
Known Fish Distribution (PDF) 11
Road Failure Risk (PDF) 12
Geology (PDF) 13
Potentially Treatable Areas (PDF) 14