U.S. Department of Defense



Date of this Version



Published by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Missouri River Division (1977) 1-268


Appendix 2, Pertinent Correspondence Letters From:

Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, Bureau of Reclamation, National Park Service, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Federal Power Commission, Department of Housing & Urban Development, Department of Health, Education & Welfare, Bureau of Mines, Bureau of Land Management, United States Coast Guard, Soil Conservation Service, Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Energy Research and Development Administration, Missouri River Basin Commission, Fish and Wildlife Service, Siouxland Interstate Metropolitan Planning Council, Montana Office of Budget and Program Planning, Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Montana Department of Fish and Game, Governor of Montana, Glasgow Area Chamber of Commerce and Agriculture, High Plains Council for District One, Fort Peck Businessmen, Valley County Development Council, North Dakota State Planning Division, North Dakota State Historical Society, University of North Dakota, North Dakota Game and Fish Department, North Dakota Park Service, North Dakota State Water Commission, North Dakota Wildlife Federation, North Dakota Sierra Club, Garrison Civic Club, Lewis and Clark Environmental Association, Nebraska Office of Planning and Programming, Nebraska Department of Environmental Control, Nebraska State Historical Society, Nebraska Game and Parks Commission, Lewis and Clark Natural Resources District, Lower Niobrara Natural Resource District, Elkhorn Valley, Nebraska Wildlife Federation, Nebraska Chapter of the Sierra Club, Missouri River Bank Stabilization Association, South Dakota State Planning Bureau, South Dakota Department of Natural Resource Development, South Dakota Department of Game Fish and Parks, Gregory County Pumped Storage Site Water Corporation, Tripp County Water User District, Clay County Commissioners, Basin Electric Power Cooperative, National Wildlife Federation, Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Environmental Protection Agency