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1956 Good Dependent acres Beaver bottomland hardwoods brown trout campsites Cedar Hill Campground constructed contact station Dependent on proposed Director Division of Parks dolomite environment erosion Existing Vegetation facilities flash floods flood hazard study floodplain Forest Fork Whitewater River Gooseberry Glen Campground group camp habitat hardwoods implementation interpretive center interpretive programs John Latsch Latsch Loam located loess management plan Middle Fork Whitewater Minnesota Mississippi River Moderate Moderate Moderate natural resources needs Oneota park manager park users park visitors park's Parks and Recreation personnel picnic area picnic ground prairie primitive group camp proposed flood hazard protection realigned regional park supervisor Remodel resource management sandstone sanitation building Severe Severe Severe Severe1 sewage disposal Shakopee slopes Snowmobile soils South Campground Sparrow species statutory boundary steep stream TH 7k Trout Run Creek valley Warbler Whitewater State Park Whitewater Wildlife Management Wildlife Management Area Winona County Zone