Interview with Rick Bastasch
Land use -- Oregon -- Planning
Rick Bastasch was interviewed by Michael Rupp and Jim Knight on May 10, 2017.
A lifelong Oregonian, Rick Bastasch is the author of "The Oregon Water Handbook" (Oregon State University Press, 2006). He worked with the Oregon Water Resources Department for over a decade, specializing in river basin planning, intergovernmental coordination, public information, and legislative analysis. He has also led recent efforts to conserve and restore the Willamette River.
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Urban Studies and Planning
Bastasch, Rick; Rupp, Michael; and Knight, James, "Interview with Rick Bastasch" (2017). People and the Land: An Oral History of Oregon’s Statewide Land Use Planning Program. 39.