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Site Report: Eielson AFB (OU-7)(SS067) Garrison Slough PCBs


Site Name: Eielson AFB (OU-7)(SS067) Garrison Slough PCBs
Address: 2258 Central Avenue, Civil Engineering Bldg., Eielson AFB, AK 99702
File Number: 107.38.054
Hazard ID: 377
Status: Active
Staff: Monte Garroutte, 9074512131 monte.garroutte@alaska.gov
Latitude: 64.683856
Longitude: -147.091665
Horizontal Datum:WGS84


We make every effort to ensure the data presented here is accurate based on the best available information currently on file with DEC. It is therefore subject to change as new information becomes available. We recommend contacting the assigned project staff prior to making decisions based on this information.


Problems/Comments

Garrison Slough begins in a marshy area at the south end of Eielson AFB and flows north-northwest through the developed portion of the base. It consists primarily of engineered drainage channels 10 to 50 feet wide. The water surface is approximately 8 to 10 feet below surrounding grade and the water in the slough is approximately 2 to 4 feet deep. Garrison Slough drains into Moose Creek, which flows into Piledriver Slough, which flows into the Tanana River approximately 2 miles northwest of base. PCB contamination is thought to originate from past releases to surface soil at the unpaved drainage channel located approximately 900 feet upstream of the Arctic Avenue/Manchu Road bridge. PCBs have been found in soil, sediment and fish tissue. The contaminated site is defined as the part of Garrison Slough originating approximately 1,000 feet upstream of Arctic Avenue and extending downstream to the confluence of Moose Creek and Garrison Slough. The site also includes a portion of the bank adjacent to the source area. The main exposure pathway is contaminant transfer to fish through sediment and then to humans. Current institutional controls at this site include fishing restrictions (catch-and-release only) and fish control gates near the downstream edge of base. Contaminated sediments were excavated in 1996-7. Sediments from one portion of the site were not excavated due to discovery of an unexploded ordnance. PCB (Aroclor 1260) concentrations in fish tissue ranged from 240 to 310 ug/kg in 2007. Off-base samples ranged from 10 to 150 ug/kg. PCBs (Aroclor 1260) in sediment were as high as 16,000 ug/L. A comprehensive fish tissue and sediment study will be conducted in 2011 or 2012. The AF conducted a Supplemental Remedial Investigation (SRI) in 2012/2013. Soil, sediment and fish tissue were sampled and analyzed for PCBs, pesticides and mercury. In general, soil and sediment PCB concentrations were below 5 ppm with the exception of two hot spots in the western region of the ditch. Pesticide concentrations were well below the soil cleanup levels, but exceeded the more stringent sediment screening levels. Hg only exceeded the action limit of 0.07 ppm in one sediment sample. Samples from the previously dreged areas of the slough detected lower concentrations of contaminants, and did not appear to be "recontaminating" due to movement of sediments in the slough. Fish tissue concentrations continue to decline, though were still significantly higher in Fish from Garrison Slough than in fish from other water bodies.



Action Information

Action Date Action Description DEC Staff
9/24/1996 Record of Decision Final Site-Wide Record of Decision, September 1, 1996; two documents received. Rielle Markey
8/30/1998 Update or Other Action From the RA Report - PCB-contaminated sediment and soil was excavated through 1996-1998. A bomb was found in the slough in 1998 and dredging was discontinued. Fish screens were installed to prevent migration of the fish off-base. Monitoring of the fish and the sediments will continue until levels in the fish tissue are below the RAO of 0.69 mg/kg. Ann Farris
12/19/2001 Update or Other Action Site is in long-term monitoring. Staff received the Draft 2001 monitoring report. Fish tissue from 21 fish was sampled and sediments were sampled. The tissue samples weren't available for the draft. 3 samples were collected in the sediment. Aroclor 1260 = nd, 2670, and 17,100 ppb (RAO = 10,000 ppb). Ann Farris
12/21/2001 Site Added to Database PCB contamination. No Longer Assigned
12/21/2001 Site Ranked Using the AHRM Initial ranking. No Longer Assigned
9/2/2002 Institutional Control Record Established When the Sitewide ROD was signed in 1996, it established institutional controls for this site. These ICs include: Garrison Slough is listed as a restricted use area in the base management plan, a verbal warning is given to persons receiving a fishing permit for Eielson AFB, the slough has been designated a catch-n-release area by AK Fish and Game, any activity that may result in the disturbance of a remedial action must be approved by CES/CEV, any activity that may result in exposure to or removal of contaminated soil or sediment requires approval by CES/CEV, any contam. soil or sediment removed from the slough will be treated according to regulations, and a requirement to notify ADEC and EPA of any proposal to change the existing land use or land use controls at the site. Ann Farris
1/21/2003 Update or Other Action The 5-year review is scheduled in 2003 to evaluate data collected to date and the selected remedy to ensure ongoing protectiveness. Ann Farris
9/19/2003 Meeting or Teleconference Held Staff attended a meeting with Air Force and EPA personnel to resolve comments on the draft Eielson Five-Year Review. Issues with the document included event-driven groundwater sampling at several contaminated sites, which we denied pending further clarification of the process, and closing numerous sites under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act (CERCLA), but keeping them open under the State until 18 AAC 75 diesel range organic cleanup levels are met. Ann Farris
1/9/2004 Update or Other Action Staff is reviewing the draft final Five-Year Review for Eielson Air Force Base. The majority of ADEC’s comments on the original draft document have been addressed. There are a few items that are still not satisfactory, but staff expects to get resolution on these items in the next week and have a document ready for signature by the end of the month. Ann Farris
5/20/2004 Meeting or Teleconference Held Staff participated in a teleconference with Eielson Air Force Base regarding their plans for this field season and the polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) in Garrison slough. In 2004, they plan to upgrade the bioventing system at the ST10/SS14 tank farm site and do further delineation at the ST13/DP26 hazmat facility. Additionally, they will continue with the sitewide monitoring program. The results from the fish tissue sampling in Garrison Slough indicates that the fish are still accumulating unacceptable levels of PCBs. The Air Force agreed to complete a limited feasibility study in 2004 to evaluate further remedial alternatives for this site. Ann Farris
6/10/2004 Meeting or Teleconference Held Staff participated in a meeting on June 7th with Eielson Air Force Base (EAFB) personnel and personnel from the Agency of Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR). ATSDR is going to complete a public health assessment at EAFB and they discussed their scope and timeline in the meeting. From June 7th to 11th, they will be meeting with individuals from Tanana Chiefs Conference, residents of Moose Creek, and EAFB residents as well as EAFB environmental staff to determine land use and public concerns about the environmental contamination. After this is complete, they will review the many reports that describe the extent of contamination. Then they will assess the potential threat to human health and issue a report on their findings. ATSDR expects to have a draft report out by November 2004. Ann Farris
12/20/2004 Meeting or Teleconference Held Staff attended a meeting on December 15 with EAFB staff. Preliminary results from the Garrison Slough fish tissue sampling do not show decreasing levels of PCBs. Results from grayling fish tissue show concentrations up to 300 ppb, and high concentrations in young fish. It is anticipated that a three year program to characterize the impacted channel and remove the PCB-contaminated soils to residential cleanup levels will occur beginning in 2006. Eielson AFB requested to stop sampling the fish tissue this year. ADEC concurs that fish tissue sampling will not be necessary this year because a removal action of the PCB-contaminated sediments will likely occur beginning in 2006. Emily Youcha
5/19/2005 Meeting or Teleconference Held Staff reviewed the 2004 Sitewide Monitoring Report for Garrison Slough. Data show PCBs in fish tissue is still above the Remdial Action Objective, but is generally declining. EPA and the Air Force recommended to remove the contaminated fish from the slough. EPA, ADEC, and the ADNR Division of Habitat concurred that older contaminated fish should be removed from the slough to decrease PCB loading back into the slough upon the death of the fish. EPA and ADEC requested Eielson place signs near the slough to inform the public of the fishing restriction on Garrison Slough. The fish gates will remain in place and re-sampling will occur after two seasons of fish removals. DEC recommended fish tissue sampling every year until the 2013 ROD review in order to evaluate the uptake of PCB contaminated sediments in young fish. Eielson AFB is currently in the process of applying for a permit from Alaska Fish and Game to conduct the fish removal action. It is possible that Eielson will just decide to remove the undredge seciton of PCBs greater than 10 ppm, or dredge the entire section to 1ppm. Emily Youcha
6/24/2005 Update or Other Action Staff reviewed the 2005 Sitewide Monitoring Workplan for Garrison Slough. The consultant will continue to remove PCB contaminated fish from Garrision Slough this summer to decrease contaminant loading back into the slough. The fish removal will be for on-base fish in Garrison Slough. The fish will be disposed in the PCB-contaminated soil stockpile at LF03 on Eielson AFB. The efforts will be coordinated with AK Fish and Game to collect fish age data for Northern Pike. Fish tissue samples will not be collected this year. Emily Youcha
11/22/2005 Meeting or Teleconference Held DEC met with EPA and Eielson staff and discussed future options for this site. Older, PCB-contaminated fish will continue to be removed from the gated reach this summer. Beginning in summer 2007, fish tissue sampling will occur and will continue through the 2013 ROD Review, when data will be re-evaluated to see if concentrations of PCBs in the younger fish increase. Emily Youcha
3/1/2006 Update or Other Action Staff had a telephone call with Eielson AFB to discuss their long-term monitoring program optimization. Eielson would like to apply "event-driven monitoring" to many benzene-contaminated sites, where monitoring would occur when the concentration reached the MCL at a predicted time. They are using MAKSENS to do the statistical regressions and come up with a slope indicating benzene degradation rates. This slope would predict when the concentrations would reach the MCL and monitoring would occur at that time only. They would like to apply this slope to other "similar sites" to predict when the concentrations would reach the MCL. Eielson submitted the concept to AFCEE for review, but apparently AFCEE requested more data, which Eielson did not have. At this point, DEC has not reviewed any data on this concept and requested Eielson submit a report showing the data and justification of their assumptions. Emily Youcha
7/6/2006 Update or Other Action ADEC agreed to decrease sampling of the North Boundary Wells from annual sampling to biennial. Upcoming measurements will be summer 2007, 2009, 2011, etc. Concentrations of VOCs, SVOCs, and metals in the sentinel wells have been monitored annually since 1992 and there has been no detection of contamination. Emily Youcha
9/25/2007 Meeting or Teleconference Held Contaminated Sites staff participated in a facilitated three-party meeting with the Air Force and Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) covering the environmental restoration at Eielson Air Force Base. The meeting was held in Seattle at the EPA Region 10 office. CS and the facilitator called for the meeting due to poor communication between the three parties and growing disagreements on matters fundamental to regulatory oversight on Eielson. Initially, each of the three parties was given an opportunity to talk generally about their involvement with the work at Eielson and their concerns. This lead to discussions of the Federal Facility Agreement (FFA) between the parties for base, as it appears that each party interprets specific sections of the FFA differently. Other topics discussed included the applicability of Freedom of Information Act exclusions applied to draft documents submitted to DEC, Eielson's plans for changing the frequency of groundwater monitoring for selected contaminated sites, vapor intrusion as a pathway to reconsider in the upcoming five-year review of records of decision, challenges posed by enforcing institutional controls as part of site remedies, and spill reporting coordination with DEC. Deborah Williams
3/4/2008 Exposure Tracking Model Ranking Initial ranking with ETM completed. Deborah Williams
7/14/2008 Meeting or Teleconference Held ADEC participated in Eielson's 5 year ROD Review with EPA and Eielson. The sites covered in the ROD Review were the following: ST20, ST48, SS50-52, ST10/SS14, ST13/DP26, DP44, WP45/SS57, ST56, SS61, DP25, ST58, LF03/FT09, WP38 and SS67. Bioventing systems for ST10/SS14 and ST13/DP26 will cease operation during the summer of 2008. ADEC is concerned about LTM issues with SS35 and SS37 because of the potential for spills to be released from buried containerized wastes which are present at both of these sites. The vapor intrusion pathway will be evaluated at many of the sites where there are volatile compounds as a COC at the site and where there are potential receptors. All of these sites will be incorporated into Eielson's Land Use Control plan for the Base and the long term monitoring will be Event Driven Monitoring Program. Deborah Williams
11/24/2008 CERCLA ROD Periodic Review ADEC issued a letter of concurrence on the 2008 Five-Year ROD review for Eielson AFB. In the letter ADEC concurred with the current remedies but recommends further work on the following: the vapor intrusion pathway needs to be evaluated for all potential receptors at WP45/SS57 site along with further evaluation of the selected remedy to ensure the Remedial Action Objectives are going to be met. The buried drums remaining at SS35 may still contain product that may pose a potential risk to ecological and human health risk in the future. The area of buried drums identified outside of SS37 may pose a threat of an imminent release of hazardous substances and warrants further investigation or response action. As stated in the 2008 Five-Year ROD Review, the overall long-term protectiveness determination for the Sitewide OU/Garrison Slough remedy will be further investigated. A Land Use Control Management Plan should be developed and implemented. Deborah Williams
7/20/2010 Site Visit A meeting and site visit were planned at Eielson, but the meeting was moved to the DEC office when Eielson staff refused to allow EPA and DEC attorneys access to the Air Force Base. Topics discussed during the meeting were: spill reporting, Event or DQO Driven Monitoring, documentation of groundwater sampling and analysis plans, and PCBs in Garrison Slough. It was determined that the spill reporting issuses would be addressed through the Statement of Cooperation Working Group as it was a larger issue than just Eielson. The Event or DQO Driven Monitoring topic created a lot of discussion, EPA and DEC did not believe the decision to go to this type of site wide monitoring was documented in the ROD, ROD Review, or met the requirements in the FFA. The Air Force stated that the topic had been discussed in meetings and briefings, DEC countered that discussions and briefings needed to culminate in Decision Documents. EPA requested that the SAP be updated as a follow on task to the meeting. On the topic of Garrison Slough the Air Force stated that due to decreased flow and discharge of diatomaceous earth from the Water Treatment Plant that removal of sediment was no longer practical, and suggested that since the approved cleanup level had been met in most of the slough, that further removal was not necessary. DEC suggested that the site be re-evaluated due to changing site conditions. After the meeting a site visit was conducted. The DEC attorney was not allowed on base, but the EPA attorney was allowed access after she provided her enforcement credentials. During the site visit, Eielson staff discussed their plans to conduct additional ZVI injections at the WP45/SS57 site. Neither DEC or EPA had received a workplan for this action. Kim DeRuyter
6/14/2011 Site Visit Contaminated Sites staff participated in an all-day site visit that included WP45/SS57, SS67, LF03/FT09, ST10/SS14, DP25, ST27, SS35, SS37 and the stockpile containment area. Drums were seen in and adjacent to the pond at SS35 and both petroleum and biogenic sheens were observed on the surface of the pond. All stockpiles in the containment area were covered but two stockpiles were not labeled and from unknown locations. Kathleen Beutel
6/14/2011 Site Visit Contaminated Sites staff participated in an all-day site visit that included WP45/SS57, SS67, LF03/FT09, ST10/SS14, DP25, ST27, SS35, SS37 and the stockpile containment area. Drums were seen in and adjacent to the pond at SS35 and both petroleum and biogenic sheens were observed on the surface of the pond. All stockpiles in the containment area were covered but two stockpiles were not labeled and from unknown locations. Kim DeRuyter
7/6/2011 Meeting or Teleconference Held Contaminated Sites staff participated in a meeting with personnel and contractors from Eielson Air Force Base and the Environmental Protection Agency to discuss proposed fish tissue and sediment sampling at SS67 (polychlorinated biphenyls in Garrison Slough). Air Force contractors have proposed collecting background data by sampling grayling and pike tissue and sediment from three reference locations (Chatanika River, Chena River and Piledriver Slough) for PCBs, pesticides and mercury. Fish tissue and sediment from Garrison Slough also will be sampled. The draft Uniform Federal Policy – Quality Assurance Program Plan (UFP-QAPP) for SS67 is due on July 08 and it is anticipated that field work will begin August 24. Due to the late start, some sampling may be postponed until 2012. A risk assessor from EPA will assist with review of the UFP-QAPP. Kathleen Beutel
7/8/2011 Update or Other Action Contaminated Sites staff received the draft UFP-QAPP for SS67. The work plan includes fish tissue and sediment sampling on- and off-base. Joint comments from EPA and DEC are in progress. Kathleen Beutel
7/8/2011 Update or Other Action Contaminated Sites staff received the draft UFP-QAPP for SS67. The work plan includes fish tissue and sediment sampling on- and off-base. Joint comments from EPA and DEC are in progress. Kim DeRuyter
8/12/2011 Meeting or Teleconference Held CS staff met with personnel from Eielson AFB and EPA to discuss several topics including SS67. Work at Garrison Slough (SS67) may be deferred until 2012 to ensure that all comments are resolved satisfactorily. Eielson's contractors may meet with EPA's risk assessor. Eielson will adjust the schedule for SS67 documents and send to DEC and EPA for concurrence. Kathleen Beutel
8/12/2011 Meeting or Teleconference Held CS staff met with personnel from Eielson AFB and EPA to discuss several topics including SS67. Work at Garrison Slough (SS67) may be deferred until 2012 to ensure that all comments are resolved satisfactorily. Eielson's contractors may meet with EPA's risk assessor. Eielson will adjust the schedule for SS67 documents and send to DEC and EPA for concurrence. Kim DeRuyter
11/6/2012 Risk Assessment Workplan Approved A letter addressed to Eielson CS Staff 354 CES/CEAN from ADEC CS staff grants approval, with directed changes, for the Final Remedial Investigation/Feasibility Study Management Plan, Quality Assurance Project Plan, and Risk Assessment Workplan for SS67, Eielson AFB. The letter requires Eielson to make several additonal changes to the workplans as a condition of their approval by ADEC, and acknowledges how the document process could progress in a more streamlined process in the future with better document quality and clarity. Hannah Harrison
11/8/2012 Report or Workplan Review - Other A site history of Garrison Slough SS67 and SS62 has been compiled and is available in ADEC CS electronic files for review. Hannah Harrison
11/12/2012 Update or Other Action EPA, ADEC, and AF conducted a site visit on 15 Nov 12. It was noted the field conditions for sampling differed from what was anticipated. The slough had not frozen solid even though temperatures have been well below freezing. This differing site condition has slowed the sampling effort to the point of making it not feasible to continue. The work is to stop and restart in the spring of 2013. It was acknowledged by all parties that delaying the work will impact the five-year review. The data that was to be collected will not be available for the five-year review. All parties acknowledged this but still agreed that stopping the work and restarting in the spring is the correct thing to do in terms of safety and efficiency. Hannah Harrison
4/25/2013 Site Characterization Report Approved Staff reviewed and approved the After-Action Report on the Supplemental Remedial Investigation at Source Area SS67. Located on Eielson Air Force Base, SS67 is a poly-chlorinated biphenyl (PCB) contaminated source area that affects Garrison Slough. Fish from Garrison Slough are known to contain PCBs. As part of the 2012 field investigation, an effort was made to collect grayling from other water bodies and analyze them for PCB content. The intent was to establish background levels for PCBs in fish in order to determine whether the Garrison Slough fish were anomalous, or consistent with other fish in the region. The results show that grayling from Garrison Slough have significantly higher PCB content than fish from nearby Piledriver Slough, the Chena River, and the Chatanika River. The PCBs in Garrison Slough grayling may thus be attributed to contamination on Eielson rather than background levels. Kim DeRuyter
8/30/2013 Enforcement Agreement or Order The Contaminated Sites Program, with assistance from the Dept of Law, finalized a settlement agreement with the Air Force and EPA establishing a plan and schedule for completing an updated Remedial Investigation and Feasibility Study (RI/FS) on Garrison Slough at Eielson Air Force Base. The slough is impacted by PCBs, pesticides and other contaminants. Eielson AFB is on the National Priorities List and cleanup is governed by CERCLA and a Federal Facility Agreement (FFA) signed by the Air Force, EPA and DEC. A 1996 Record of Decision (ROD) for Garrison Slough outlined necessary remedial actions; however, the Air Force did not fully implemented the remedy and contamination remains above risk-based cleanup levels. The settlement agreement was determined necessary to address alleged failure of the Air Force to comply with the FFA and ROD. The ROD and site remedy will be revised as appropriate after completion of the RI/FS. Kim DeRuyter
2/6/2014 Update or Other Action The AF submitted the Draft Supplemental Remedial Investigation (SRI) Report for Garrison Slough. Soil, sediment and fish tissue were sampled and analyzed for PCBs, pesticides and mercury. In general, soil and sediment PCB concentrations were below 5 ppm with the exception of two hot spots in the western region of the ditch. Pesticide concentrations were well below the soil cleanup levels, but exceeded the more stringent sediment screening levels. Hg only exceeded the action limit of 0.07 ppm in one sediment sample. Samples from the previously dreged areas of the slough detected lower concentrations of contaminants, and did not appear to be "recontaminating" due to movement of sediments in the slough. Fish tissue concentrations continue to decline, though were still significantly higher in Fish from Garrison Slough than in fish from other water bodies. Kim DeRuyter
6/26/2014 Site Visit CS staff participated in an all-day site visit with EPA and USAF personnel. Sites visit included WP45/SS57, ST58, SS67, SS62, DP44, LF02, LF06 and LF07. Sites SS67/SS62 show slight signs of erosion on banks, proper ICS are in place and fish gates are in working order. Anna Iverson
3/27/2015 Report or Workplan Review - Other Draft Final of Technical Memorandum for 2014 Sampling of PCBs in Sediment and Surface soil at SS67 received 3/9/2015. 24 primary sediment samples and 13 primary surface soil samples were collected to fill data gaps found in the 2013 Sri. Results confirmed sediment and surface soil samples were below the remedial action objective of 10 mg/kg. However the site did not completely delineated the extent of PCBs above the project action levels (PAL) for sediment (0.000048 mg/kg) and surface soil (1 mg/kg). Anna Iverson
3/27/2015 Report or Workplan Review - Other Draft Final Record of Decision Implementation Work Plan for SS67 received 3/17/2015. The work plan details the removal of all soil and sediment contaminated with PCBs greater than or equal to 10 mg/kg. An estimated 160 cubic yards (cy) of sediment and soil will be excavated from the western portion of the drainage ditch and the drainage ditch delta. Anna Iverson
8/3/2015 Cleanup Plan Approved DEC and EPA jointly approved the "Record of Decision Implementation Work Plan for Source Area SS067, Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska" dated May 2015. The field work described in the work plan is scheduled to begin in August 2015. Melinda Brunner
8/19/2015 Site Visit Brunner and Breitenberger visited the site to inspect the implementation of the record-of-decision (ROD) implementation work plan. Activities underway include the removal of PCB-contaminated soil and sediment. Inspected the soil stockpiles, excavation, and containment/diversion boom in Garrison Slough. Melinda Brunner
9/23/2015 Site Visit DEC, EPA and USAF remedial project managers visited the site to assess current conditions. Work at the site has halted until 2016. Additional excavation from Garrison Slough will be needed in 2016 to reach the cleanup level in the record of decision for the site (10 ppm PCBs). The silt fence is installed in the slough (with appropriate anchors) around the area where known contamination above the cleanup level still exists. Melinda Brunner
9/28/2015 Update or Other Action DEC and EPA jointly approved the "Technical Memorandum: Results of 2014 Sampling for PCBs in Sediment and Surface Soil at Source Area SS67 (Final), Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska dated 28 May 2015" (SS67 Tech Memo). The SS67 Tech Memo describes sampling of PCB-contaminated sediment and soil during 2014 at source area SS067. Melinda Brunner
12/15/2016 Report or Workplan Review - Other DEC Reviewed the workplan for fish gate relocation sampling. Monte Garroutte

Contaminant Information

Name Level Description Media Comments
Aroclor 1260 > Site Specific Sediment Criteria Sediment - Freshwater


Control Type

Type Details
Interagency MOU Sitewide Record of Decision


Requirements

Description Details
Other Site is included in Sitewide Monitoring Program Annual Sitewide Monitoring Report. Next sampling event 2007.
Maintenance / Inspection Of Engineering Controls Install and maintain fish barriers to limit the migration of fish into and out of the impacted area. Annual IC Report and Sitewide Monitoring Report. Gates are maintained each summer.
Other On-Base Fishing Restrictions in Garrision Slough. The Base Natural Resources Office issues advisories discouraging the consumption of fish caught in the slough during fish permit application. The briefing during the permit process informs the public the potential risks associated with consuming lo This restriction remains in effect until PCB concentrations in fish tissue decrease to levels that a
Maintenance / Inspection Of Engineering Controls Signs are posted along the slough indicating there is a fishing advisory on Garrison Slough.

There are no documents for this site report.