This report is spiral bound on glossy card stock (front and back), and comprises 128 pages inside. The front cover is described as follows: large green text at the top of the cover reads, "The Fraser River Estuary:", followed below it by right-sided white text in smaller font which reads, "A Guide/ to Interpretive/ Themes and/ Recreation Access." Approximately several lines below it, there is small black text, also right-sided, which reads, "Final Report/December 1996." The bottom of the front cover has small white text reading, "Fraser River Estuary Management Program." To the right of this text, there is FREMP's logo, comprised of the outline of a white heron inside a green rectangle that fades into white lines and thin green stripes at the bottom - perhaps to represent water ripples at the heron's feet - and the acronym FREMP directly below the rectangle. The front cover's main background picture, which covers the entire page, shows the bow of a fishing boat, with two oars and a fishing rod on the bottom of the boat, the fishing rod being propped up against the boat's edge. Beyond, there is still river water with lily pads and the river bank, with the top portion of the cover taken up by trees, the mountains and clouded sky. On the left side of the front cover, there are three photo inserts showing (top to bottom), a fishing pier crowded with small white sailboats, shorebirds at a tidal beach, and what appears to be two large machines at a shipping yard. The back cover is plain white cardstock with no text or image. The Final Report was prepared for the Recreation Subcommittee of the Water and Land Use Committee of FREMP. The report is split into three core parts. Part one focuses on increasing awareness of the "Living Working River, including the role of interpretation as well as interpretive opportunities and facilities. Part two looks at the bigger picture of the Fraser River, including the ecological and environmental aspects and the different ways the river is used by people. Part three takes an in-depth look at the following locations on the Fraser River: Southlands, Iona/ Sea Island, Steveston, Ladner, Tsawwassen, Boundary Bay, Crescent Beach, White Rock, Fraser Foreshore, Annacis, New Westminster, South Westminster, Coquitlam River, Surrey Bend, Widgeon Marsh, and Derby Reach.