Title

Water Resources and Land Use Priorities Task Force Report

Document Type

Reports

Peer Reviewed

1

Publication Date

4-1993

Comments

This report was donated to Olivet Nazarene University by the Black family. Benner Library's Digital Initiatives staff found the original content online and is providing a link to that source. J.R. Black was an advocate for the conservation of the Kankakee River and spent many years collecting data and working with multiple organizations to preserve the Kankakee River Valley.

Executive Summary:

In recognition of the growing conflicts about water and land use, Governor Edgar appointed a citizen task force to provide recommendations on ways to preserve and conserve natural resources without unduly hampering economic growth. The Water Resources and Land Use Priorities Task Force believes that conservation of natural resources and provision of recreational opportunities are vital to both the economic and social well-being of the people of Illinois. The recommendation adopted by the Task Force provide a sound framework for progress in protecting the important water and land resources of Illinois for future generations.

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