Wild and Scenic Rivers Management

for the Green River in Utah

Implementing the Dingell Act

April 21-23, 2020

Location: Price, Utah (specific location to be posted soon)

Sponsor: Bureau of Land Management

COVID 19 Coronavirus Update [March 17, 2020]: We have postponed this workshop to heed COVID-19 pandemic public safety precautions and will post the new dates soon


Bill Hansen, Gary Weiner

Training Objectives

  • This course will increase participants’ knowledge of
          - Management and protection requirements of the Wild and Scenic Rivers Act
          - Methods to determine/refine outstandingly remarkable values
          - Development of a Comprehensive River Management Plan
  • Develop segment-specific Outstandingly Remarkable Values (ORV) statements to guide management action
  • Identify issues, stakeholders, and management opportunities

Who would benefit from participating in this training? 

  • Bureau of Land Management staff and leadership responsible for implementing the Wild and Scenic River Act
  • Partners including tribes, federal and state agencies, and nongovernmental organizations. 

Agenda (draft)

April 21 - 23  sessions will take place in the classroom.


There is no charge to attend this training. 

We look forward to your participation to enhance the course. To help us customize the workshop to best meet your needs, we ask you to briefly share the following in spaces provided on the registration form

  1. Why you are attending this course, and
  2. Any WSR-specific questions you wish to have addressed

Travel costs are the responsibility of the participants. 

The Holiday Inn Express in Price is offering rooms at the government rate of $94 per night. Please call to make reservations as a participant in the "BLM River Training" to receive this rate (435) 637-7700. 

For additional information, please contact


Technical reports prepared by the Interagency Wild and Scenic Rivers Coordinating Council (IWSRCC) may be informative and helpful.. If you are not already familiar with the IWSRCC, we encourage you to familiarize yourself with their website, www. rivers.gov