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Subcommittee on National Parks and Public Lands Hearing on: H.R.2317, H.R.4828
Tuesday, July 18, 2000

washington, D.C.


Hearing on: 
H.R.2317, to designate a portion of the Delaware River and associated tributaries as a component of the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System. 
H.R.4828, to designate wilderness areas and a cooperative management and protection area in the vicinity of Steens Mountain in Harney County, Oregon, and for other purposes.

Witnesses

Panel I

 

  • Senator Gordon Smith, R-OR (H.R. 4828)

     

  • Senator Ron Wyden, D-OR (H.R. 4828)

     

  • Representative Greg Walden, R-OR (H.R. 4828)

     

  • Representative Earl Blumenauer, D-OR (H.R. 4828)

     

  • Representative James C. Greenwood, R-PA (H.R. 2317)

Panel II

 

  • Molly McUsic, Counselor to the Secretary (H.R. 4828
    Department of the Interior

     

  • Katherine H. Stevenson, Associate Director (H.R. 2317) 
    Cultural Resource Stewardship and Partnerships, National Park Service

     

Panel III (H.R. 4828)

 

  • Kevin Smith, Director, State of Oregon (D.C. Office) testifying for 
    Governor John A. Kitzhaber
  • Stacy Davies, Manager 
    Roaring Springs Ranch

     

  • Andy Kerr, Consultant for 
    The Wilderness Society

     

  • Sybil Ackerman 
    Sierra Club

     

Panel IV (H.R. 2317)

 

  • The Honorable Ronald M. Sworen 
    Mayor, Frenchtown Borough, NJ

     

  • Maya K. van Rossum, Executive Director 
    The Delaware River Keeper Network

     

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