Examples of headwater in a Sentence
the first exploration of the Missouri River from its mouth to its headwaters was made by Meriwether Lewis and William Clark in the early 1800s
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American political dialogue has always had an angry and deviant voice to it, yet in recent years, that voice has been heard most distinctly through conservative talk radio, the deep headwaters of modern political partisanship.
The overall trail is about 70 percent finished and will eventually follow the San Dieguito River from its headwaters on Volcan Mountain to its end at Dog Beach.
Its preferred route cuts through the Mississippi River headwaters region and pristine lake country where Ojibwe bands harvest wild rice.
This deposit also happens to be located under the natural wetlands that form the headwaters of Bristol Bay's two economic engines: the Kvichak and Nushagak rivers.
The fish kill included brown and brook trout in the headwaters of Otter Creek near La Farge in Vernon County, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Coghlan reports that invasive salmon and interference with the headwaters of rivers running through the region also threaten the area.
However, several tribes and Native NGOs in Bristol Bay oppose Pebble mine's plans to dump toxic fill in the headwaters of anadromous streams.
The lodge usually uses the boat ramp at the Sterling Highway bridge across Kenai Lake, the headwaters.
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