The Study Report and Draft Environmental Impact Statement was made available to the public on March 5, 1996, and a 90-day public comment period was held. This Study Report and Final Environmental Impact Statement has reconfirmed that Alternative E, which recommends designation of East Eagle Creek and Five Points Creek to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System with USDA Forest Service Administration is the preferred alternative.
United States Forest Service, "Wild and Scenic River Study Report and Final Legislative Environmental Impact Statement for Eight Rivers" (1997). Final Environmental Impact Statements (ID). Paper 16.