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101280RPA 15Water Quality/QuantityOther Water Quality/Quantity, TemperatureWater Quality Plan for Total Dissolved Gas and Water Temperature in the Mainstem Columbia and Snake RiversChinook, chum, coho, sockeye, steelheadOncorhynchus keta, Oncorhynchus kisutch, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus nerka, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaColumbia River Chum Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Coho Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Steelhead DPS, Middle Columbia River Steelhead DPS, Snake River Fall-run Chinook Salmon ESU, Snake River Sockeye Salmon ESU, Snake River Spring/Summer Chinook Salmon ESU, Snake River Steelhead DPS, Upper Columbia River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Columbia River Steelhead DPS, Upper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Willamette River Steelhead DPSCascade, Cascades Eastern Slope Tributaries, Clearwater River, Coastal, Dry Clearwater, Gorge, Grande Ronde River, Grande Ronde/Imnaha, Hells Canyon, Imnaha River, John Day River, Lower Snake, Middle Fork Salmon River, Salmon River, Sawtooth Valley, Snake River, South Fork Salmon River, Upper Columbia/East Slope Cascades, Upper Salmon River, Wet Clearwater, WillametteAsotin Creek, Bear Valley Creek, Big Creek, Big Sheep Creek, Calapooia River, Camas Creek, Catherine Creek, Chamberlain Creek, Cispus River, Clackamas River, Clatskanie River, Clearwater River Lower Mainstem, Coweeman River, Cowlitz River, Crab Creek, Crooked River, Deschutes River Eastside, Deschutes River Westside, East Fork Lewis River, East Fork Salmon River, East Fork South Fork Salmon River, Elochoman River, Entiat River, Fifteenmile Creek, Grande Ronde River Lower Mainstem, Grande Ronde River Upper Mainstem, Grays and Chinook Rivers, Hells Canyon, Hood River, Imnaha River, Imnaha River Mainstem, John Day River Lower Mainstem Tributaries, John Day River Upper Mainstem, Joseph Creek, Kalama River, Klickitat River, Lapwai/Big Canyon Creeks, Lawyer Creek, Lemhi River, Lewis River, Little Salmon River, Lochsa River, Lolo Creek, Lookingglass Creek, Loon Creek, Lostine/Wallowa Rivers, Lower Cowlitz River, Lower Gorge Tributaries, Marsh Creek, McKenzie River, Meadow Creek, Methow River, Middle Fork John Day River, Middle Fork Salmon River Lower Mainstem, Middle Fork Salmon River Upper Mainstem, Middle Fork Willamette River, Mill Abernathy and Germany Creeks, Minam River, Molalla River, Moose Creek, North Fork Clearwater River Lower Mainstem, North Fork Clearwater River Upper Mainstem, North Fork Lewis River, North Fork Salmon River, North Fork Toutle River, North Santiam River, Oregon Upper Gorge Tributaries and Hood River, Pahsimeroi River, Panther Creek, Polatch River, Redfish Lake, Salmon Creek, Salmon River Lower Mainstem, Salmon River Upper Mainstem, Sandy River, Scappoose Creek, Secesh River, Selway River Upper Mainstem, Snake River Lower Mainstem, South Fork Clearwater River Upper Mainstem, South Fork Salmon River, South Fork Toutle River, South Santiam River, Sulphur Creek, Tilton River, Toutle River, Tucannon River, Upper Cowlitz River, Upper Gorge Tributaries, Valley Creek, Washington Upper Gorge Tributaries and White Salmon River, Washougal River, Wenaha River, Wenatchee River, White Salmon River, Wind River, Yankee Fork, Youngs BayCKLCRfaBIG, CKLCRfaCLK, CKLCRfaCLT, CKLCRfaCOW, CKLCRfaELO, CKLCRfaGRC, CKLCRfaHOO, CKLCRfaKAL, CKLCRfaLCZ, CKLCRfaLEW, CKLCRfaLGT, CKLCRfaMIL, CKLCRfaSAL, CKLCRfaSCP, CKLCRfaSDY, CKLCRfaTOU, CKLCRfaUCW, CKLCRfaUGT, CKLCRfaWSH, CKLCRfaWSR, CKLCRfaYNG, CKLCRlfLEW, CKLCRlfSDY, CKLCRspCSP, CKLCRspHOO, CKLCRspKAL, CKLCRspNFL, CKLCRspSDY, CKLCRspTIL, CKLCRspTOU, CKLCRspUCW, CKLCRspWSR, CKSNRssASO, CKSNRssBIG, CKSNRssBSC, CKSNRssBVC, CKSNRssCHB, CKSNRssCMS, CKSNRssCTH, CKSNRssEFS, CKSNRssESF, CKSNRssGRU, CKSNRssIMM, CKSNRssLAW, CKSNRssLBC, CKSNRssLCH, CKSNRssLEM, CKSNRssLKG, CKSNRssLNC, CKSNRssLOL, CKSNRssLOO, CKSNRssLSM, CKSNRssLST, CKSNRssMED, CKSNRssMNM, CKSNRssMOO, CKSNRssMRS, CKSNRssMSA, CKSNRssMSB, CKSNRssNFS, CKSNRssPAH, CKSNRssPAN, CKSNRssPOT, CKSNRssSEC, CKSNRssSFM, CKSNRssSLM, CKSNRssSLR, CKSNRssSPH, CKSNRssTUC, CKSNRssUNC, CKSNRssUSC, CKSNRssUSR, CKSNRssVAL, CKSNRssWNH, CKSNRssYNK, CKSRFfaSRL, CKUCRspENT, CKUCRspMET, CKUCRspWEN, CKUWRspCLK, CKUWRspCLP, CKUWRspMCK, CKUWRspMFW, CKUWRspMOL, CKUWRspNST, CKUWRspSST, CMCOLfaBIG, CMCOLfaCLK, CMCOLfaCLT, CMCOLfaCWZ, CMCOLfaELO, CMCOLfaGRC, CMCOLfaKAL, CMCOLfaLEW, CMCOLfaLGT, CMCOLfaMIL, CMCOLfaSAL, CMCOLfaSCP, CMCOLfaSDY, CMCOLfaUGT, CMCOLfaWSH, CMCOLfaYNG, CMCOLsuCWZ, COLCRelCLK, COLCRelCSP, COLCRelEFL, COLCRelNFL, COLCRelNFT, COLCRelSDY, COLCRelSFT, COLCRelTIL, COLCRelUCW, COLCRerUGH, COLCRltBIG, COLCRltCLT, COLCRltCOW, COLCRltELO, COLCRltGRC, COLCRltKAL, COLCRltLCZ, COLCRltLGT, COLCRltMIL, COLCRltSAL, COLCRltSCP, COLCRltUGW, COLCRltWSH, COLCRltYNG, SOSNRsuRED, STLCRsuEFL, STLCRsuHOO, STLCRsuKAL, STLCRsuNFL, STLCRsuWND, STLCRsuWSH, STLCRwiCLK, STLCRwiCOW, STLCRwiCSP, STLCRwiEFL, STLCRwiHOO, STLCRwiKAL, STLCRwiLCZ, STLCRwiLGT, STLCRwiNFL, STLCRwiNFT, STLCRwiSAL, STLCRwiSDY, STLCRwiSFT, STLCRwiTIL, STLCRwiUCW, STLCRwiUGT, STLCRwiWSH, STMCRsuCRK, STMCRsuDRE, STMCRsuDRW, STMCRsuJDL, STMCRsuJDU, STMCRsuMJD, STMCRswKLT, STMCRwiFIF, STSNRsuASO, STSNRsuBCL, STSNRsuCHB, STSNRsuCWL, STSNRsuEFS, STSNRsuGRL, STSNRsuGRU, STSNRsuHEL, STSNRsuIMN, STSNRsuJOS, STSNRsuLCH, STSNRsuLEM, STSNRsuLOL, STSNRsuLSR, STUCRsuCRA, STUCRsuENT, STUCRsuMET, STUWRwiCLP, STUWRwiMOL, STUWRwiNST, STUWRwiSSTNot Started----NMFS Biological OpinionEndangered Species Act Section 7(a)(2) Consultation Biological Opinion And Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act Essential Fish Habitat Consultation: Consultation on Remand for Operation of the Federal Columbia River Power System, 11 Bureau of Reclamation Projects in the Columbia Basin and ESA Section 10(a)(I)(A) Permit for Juvenile Fish Transportation ProgramAppendix: Reasonable & Prudent Alternative (RPA) Table, pg. 17-18The Action Agencies will continue to update the Water Quality Plan for Total Dissolved Gas and Water Temperature in the Mainstem Columbia and Snake Rivers (WQP) and implement water quality measures to enhance ESA-listed juvenile and adult fish survival and mainstem spawning and rearing habitat. The WQP is a comprehensive document which contains water quality measures needed to meet both ESA and Clean Water Act responsibilities. For purposes of this RPA, the WQP will include the following measures to address TDG and water temperature to meet ESA responsibilities: ¿ Real-time monitoring and reporting of TDG and temperatures measured at fixed monitoring sites. ¿ Continued development of fish passage strategies with less production of TDG (e.g., removable spillway weirs [RSWs]) and update the SYSTDG model to reflect modifications to spillways or spill operations. ¿ Continued development and use of SYSTDG model for estimating TDG production to assist in real-time decision making, including improved wind forecasting capabilities as appropriate. ¿ Continued development of the CE-QUAL-W2 model for estimating river temperatures from Dworshak Dam on the Clearwater and Upper Snake River near confluence with the Grand Ronde River (USGS Anatone gage) through the lower Snake River (all four Corps lower Snake River projects) to assist in real-time decision making for Dworshak Dam operations. ¿ Expand water temperature modeling capabilities to include the Columbia River from Grande Coulee to Bonneville dams to better assess the effect of operations or flow depletions on summer temperatures. ¿ Investigate alternatives to reduce total mass loading of TDG at Bonneville Dam while maintaining juvenile survival performance. ¿ Continued operation of lower Snake River projects at MOP. The Water Quality Plan for Total Dissolved Gas and Water Temperature in the Mainstem Columbia and Snake Rivers (WQP) will be updated periodically and described in the 2009, 2013 and 2016 Implementation Plan-11 projects: Bonneville, The Dalles, John Day, McNary, Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental, Little Goose, Lower Granite, Grand Coulee, Dworshak, Chief Joseph11 Point(s)------McNary Dam, Lower Monumental Dam, Lower Granite Dam, Little Goose Dam, Grand Coulee Dam, Chief Joseph Dam, The Dalles Dam, Ice Harbor Dam, Bonneville Dam, John Day Dam, Dworshak Dam-116.295238, -117.42991, -118.027319, -118.538663, -118.879686, -118.981897, -119.298399, -119.634486, -120.692623, -121.133209, -121.94078345.61318, 45.644377, 45.715349, 45.938446, 46.249227, 46.514537, 46.562954, 46.585644, 46.658885, 47.955943, 47.996514Hydropower Strategy 1: Operate the FCRPS to provide flows and water quality to improve juvenile and adult fish survival.The overall hydropower objective for all ESUs is to improve the survival of juvenile and adult fish as they pass through the hydrosystem.----------------------------05/04/2017-
101281RPA 16--Tributary ProjectssteelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPS, Upper Columbia River Steelhead DPSUpper Columbia/East Slope Cascades, Yakima RiverNaches River, Okanogan River, Satus Creek, Toppenish Creek, Yakima River Upper MainstemSTMCRsuNCH, STMCRsuSAT, STMCRsuTOP, STMCRsuYAK, STUCRsuOKANot Started----NMFS Biological OpinionEndangered Species Act Section 7(a)(2) Consultation Biological Opinion And Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act Essential Fish Habitat Consultation: Consultation on Remand for Operation of the Federal Columbia River Power System, 11 Bureau of Reclamation Projects in the Columbia Basin and ESA Section 10(a)(I)(A) Permit for Juvenile Fish Transportation ProgramAppendix: Reasonable & Prudent Alternative (RPA) Table, pg. 18The tributary projects that do not have completed ESA Section 7 consultations are located in the Yakima, Okanogan, and Tualatin river basins. Reclamation will, as appropriate, work with NOAA Fisheries in a timely manner to complete supplemental, project-specific consultations for these tributary projects. These supplemental consultations will address effects on tributary habitat and tributary water quality, as well as direct effects on salmon survival in the tributaries. The supplemental consultations will address effects on mainstem flows only to the extent to which they reveal additional effects on the instream flow regime not considered in the FCRPS and Upper Snake River BA/Comprehensive Analysis. Reclamation submitted a BA on the Yakima Project and is currently preparing updates to this document. Reclamation completed a draft BA for the Tualatin Project in December 2007, and expects to submit a final BA to NOAA Fisheries in 2008. Reclamation has drafted a BA on the Okanogan Project and expects to transmit a final BA to NOAA Fisheries in 2008. Status of the consultations will be provided in the annual Progress Reports.-Yakima River catchment area, Okanogan River catchment area, Tualatin River catchment area5 Sub-basin(s)Lower Yakima, Naches, Okanogan, Tualatin, Upper Yakima17020006, 17030001, 17030002, 17030003, 17090010-------Hydropower Strategy 1: Operate the FCRPS to provide flows and water quality to improve juvenile and adult fish survival.The overall hydropower objective for all ESUs is to improve the survival of juvenile and adult fish as they pass through the hydrosystem.----------------------------05/04/2017-
101004207-SUB-CAHabitat Restoration/ManagementConservation, Instream/Channel, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandIdentify priority reaches where habitat restoration projects can be implemented and monitored.Chinook, steelheadOncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaUpper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Willamette River Steelhead DPSWillametteCalapooia RiverCKUWRspCLP, STUWRwiCLPNot Started1---NMFS Recovery PlanUpper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-1, pg. 9-137Identify priority reaches in the Calapooia sub-basin where habitat restoration projects can be implemented and monitored. Develop a prioritization framework and identify strategic reaches specific to Upper Willamette River salmonids by collating work from several sources, including the Willamette Sub-basin Plan (WRI 2004), Watershed Council Action Plans, watershed assessments, Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 303 (d) reaches, and others. Map existing intact areas for protection. Map degraded priority areas for restoration/enhancement. Update and implement the Calapooia Watershed Council's Work Plan to cross-walk priority projects with the recovery plan. Identify the width of buffers feasible in priority reaches. Increase shade along stream sections that have maximum temperatures close to 70°F for purposes of expanding the amount of cool water habitat for juvenile fish. Plant trees and make buffers that are 50 feet wide, at least on the south banks. Identify willing landowners and local governments to protect intact areas through best management practices, incentives, and other mechanisms. Streamline incentive programs/processes. Provide meaningful financial incentives (e.g. increase Oregon's tax credit) in priority locations to implement riparian protection and habitat improvement projects. Advertise the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Wildlife Habitat Conservation and Management Program (WHCMP) and Riparian Tax Incentive Program (RTIP). Explore other opportunities to acquire setbacks, easements, or acquisitions.-Upper Calapooia River watershed (focus areas: middle reaches of Calapooia River, Brush Creek-Calapooia River sub-watershed, Courtney Creek-Calapooia River sub-watershed), Lower Calapooia River watershed2 Watershed(s)--Lower Calapooia River, Upper Calapooia River1709000303, 1709000304-----Protect and conserve natural ecological processes that support the viability of wild salmon and steelhead populations and their life history strategies throughout their life cycle. Restore floodplain connectivity and function and maintain unimpaired floodplain connectivity and function. Restore riparian condition and LWD recruitment, and maintain unimpaired conditions. Restore passage and connectivity to habitats blocked or impaired by artificial barriers, and maintain unimpaired passage and connectivity. Restore and maintain hydrologic regimes that support the ecological needs of wild salmon and steelhead populations. Restore channel structure and complexity, and maintain unimpaired structure and complexity.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and Form, Peripheral and Transitional Habitats, Riparian ConditionBed and Channel Form, Floodplain Conditions, Instream Structural Complexity, Large Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetation, Side Channel and Wetland ConditionsPhysical habitat quality (impaired habitat complexity and diversity).Land use practices including stream cleaning, straightening and channelization, revetments, riparian area degradation, lack of large wood recruitment, and/or loss of floodplain connectivity and access to off-channel habitat.--DURATION: within 15 years---------------Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Rpt (2010 Table 4) For Ag DMA. Oregon Department of Environmental Quality Rpt (2010 Table 4) For Ag DMA (fencing). $6,308/acre. $4700/acre (without fence); $1100/acre (with fence). Number of acres TBD.--05/04/2017-
101072HRA-23 (Habitat Recovery Action)Habitat Restoration/ManagementInstream/Channel, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandRestore the Big River riparian zone in segments 3f and 3g.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 3--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.2.2.4.2, pg. 7-36Plant the appropriate mix of native conifer and deciduous tree species in the riparian zone pastures (Big River segments 3f and 3g) depicted in Figure 7.5. Establish a 200-foot-wide riparian forest where feasible; this may require property acquisition or a conservation easement to compensate the landowner. Maintain plantings until trees are free to grow. If cattle are going to graze in the remaining pasture, then a fence should be installed to prevent their access to the river. Remove or relocate unneeded infrastructure within 200 feet of river`s bankfull edge. Total length of riparian planting treatment is approximately 1,800 feet (right bank) and 2,600 feet (left bank). Total area of treatment is approximately 9.1 acres. If downstream infrastructure is relocated and floodplain processes restored, then this stream reach should receive an LWD treatment aimed at reconnecting the channel and floodplain. LWD piece counts in habitat segment 3f were among the lowest measured in Big River.-Riparian zone along Big River segments 3f and 3g (between Stony Creek confluence and Solberg Creek confluence)1 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River171001010202---Restore riparian and floodplain processes and conditions in sockeye spawning tributaries to the extent that riparian and floodplain processes are no longer limiting Ozette Lake sockeye VSP parameters.----Riparian ConditionLarge Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetationpredation, water quality, stream flow, habitat conditions, marine survival, estuary alterations, reduced quantity and quality of spawning gravel, channel stability, holding pool habitat-Big River, Crooked Creek, Umbrella Creek-DURATION: Short-term---------------$56,500 + TBD56500-05/04/2017-
101073HRA-24 (Habitat Recovery Action)Habitat Restoration/ManagementInstream/Channel, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandRestore the Big River riparian zone in segments 3h, 3i, and 3j.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 3--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.2.2.4.2, pg. 7-37Plant the appropriate mix of native conifer and deciduous tree species in the riparian zone pastures (Big River segments 3h, 3i, 3j) depicted in Figure 7.6. Establish a 200-foot-wide riparian forest where feasible; this may require property acquisition and/or conservation easements to compensate the landowners. Maintain plantings until trees are free to grow. If cattle are going to graze in the remaining pastures, then a fence should be installed to prevent their access to the river. Remove or relocate unneeded infrastructure within 200 feet of river`s bankfull edge. Total length of riparian planting treatment is approximately 3,500 ft (right bank) and 2,500 ft (left bank). Total area of treatment is approximately 21.7 acres. If downstream infrastructure is relocated and floodplain processes restored, then this stream reach should receive a LWD treatment aimed at protecting banks from excessive erosion. Several homes are located along this stream reach; therefore, restoring floodplain connectivity using LWD introductions is not likely feasible.-Riparian zone along Big River segments 3h, 3i, 3j (near Stony Creek confluence)1 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River171001010202---Restore riparian and floodplain processes and conditions in sockeye spawning tributaries to the extent that riparian and floodplain processes are no longer limiting Ozette Lake sockeye VSP parameters.----Riparian ConditionLarge Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetationpredation, water quality, stream flow, habitat conditions, marine survival, estuary alterations, reduced quantity and quality of spawning gravel, channel stability, holding pool habitat-Big River, Crooked Creek, Umbrella Creek-DURATION: Short-term---------------$97,000 + TBD97000-05/04/2017-
101071HRA-21 (Habitat Recovery Action)Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandRestore the riparian zone along the upper 1/2 mile of Ozette River.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 3--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.2.2.4.2, pg. 7-33Plant native conifer tree species along the right bank of the Ozette River as depicted in Figure 7.3. Where feasible, establish a minimum 200-foot-wide riparian forest managed to mature sufficiently to provide long-term LWD recruitment. Maintain planting until trees are free to grow. Remove or relocate infrastructure within 200 feet of river`s bankfull edge, where feasible. -Riparian zone along the upper 1/2 mile of Ozette River (east bank)1 Sub-watershed(s)----Ozette River171001010205---Restore and protect thermal input processes in Ozette Lake and Ozette River.----Riparian ConditionLarge Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetationwater quality, stream flow, habitat conditions, marine survival, estuary alterations, seasonal lake level changes, competition, channel stability, predation, holding pool habitat, reduced quantity and quality of spawning gravel-Allen's Beach, Big River, Crooked Creek, Olsen's Beach, Umbrella Creek-Lakeside property owners have requested notification and consultation to determine if any alterations will occur or affect those private properties by this restoration action.DURATION: Short-term---------------$28,000 + TBD28000-05/04/2017-
101150RME-18 (Research, Monitoring, Evaluation)Research/Monitoring/EvaluationResearchStudy the processes controlling egg-to­fry survival on sockeye spawning beaches.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 1--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 8.2, pg. 8-8Develop a comprehensive understanding of the conditions, factors, and processes controlling egg-to­fry survival on sockeye spawning beaches. Increase the quantity and quality of beach spawning habitat.-Beach spawning areas in Ozette Lake1 Sub-watershed(s)----Ozette Lake171001010204---Increase the quantity and quality of beach spawning habitat in Ozette Lake so that habitat quantity and quality are no longer limiting factors affecting sockeye VSP parameters.--------Allen's Beach, Olsen's Beach-DURATION: Short-term/long-term---------------Costs included in beach research and experiments.--05/04/2017-
101021225-SUB-MKHabitat Restoration/ManagementConservation, Instream/Channel, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandCoordinate McKenzie River Trust projects with priority habitat restoration projects.ChinookOncorhynchus tshawytschaUpper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESUWillametteMcKenzie RiverCKUWRspMCKNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanUpper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-1, pg. 9-150Coordinate McKenzie River Trust projects with priority habitat restoration projects. Align/crosswalk McKenzie River Trust projects with recovery plan priorities.-McKenzie River (lower), Willamette River (upper)2 Sub-basin(s)Mckenzie, Upper Willamette17090003, 17090004-------Protect and conserve natural ecological processes that support the viability of wild salmon and steelhead populations and their life history strategies throughout their life cycle. Restore floodplain connectivity and function and maintain unimpaired floodplain connectivity and function. Restore riparian condition and LWD recruitment, and maintain unimpaired conditions. Restore passage and connectivity to habitats blocked or impaired by artificial barriers, and maintain unimpaired passage and connectivity. Restore and maintain hydrologic regimes that support the ecological needs of wild salmon and steelhead populations. Restore channel structure and complexity, and maintain unimpaired structure and complexity.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and Form, Peripheral and Transitional Habitats, Riparian ConditionBed and Channel Form, Floodplain Conditions, Instream Structural Complexity, Large Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetation, Side Channel and Wetland ConditionsPhysical habitat quality (impaired habitat complexity and diversity).Land use practices including stream cleaning, straightening and channelization, revetments, riparian area degradation, lack of large wood recruitment, and/or loss of floodplain connectivity and access to off-channel habitat.--DURATION: within 15 years------------------05/04/2017-
101088PA-6 (Programmatic Action)Harvest/Predation/CompetitionHarvestAdjust recreational fishery regulations to maximize the removal of largemouth bass and yellow perch.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 3--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.1.3.1, pg. 7-11Olympic National Park and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will adjust as necessary current recreational fishery regulations to promote and maximize the removal of non-native fish species. Piscivorous species that will be the focus of regulation changes, including liberalization of open fishing periods or cessation of bag limits (subject to the need to avoid sockeye bycatch), are largemouth bass and yellow perch.-Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek and its tributaries, Big River and its tributaries4 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River, Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek171001010202, 171001010203, 171001010204, 171001010205---Restore and protect biological processes so the balance between predators and prey is restored and is no longer limiting Ozette Lake sockeye VSP parameters. Restore and protect biological processes so that freshwater predation, habitat maintenance, and competition are no longer limiting Ozette Lake sockeye viability.--------Allen's Beach, Big River, Crooked Creek, Olsen's Beach, Umbrella Creek-Delete Crooked Creek MaSA (not part of this action's location because it's priority II)?DURATION: Short-term (initial 1-12 years)---------------Baseline action (no costs associated with action because action is part of an ongoing/existing program)--05/04/2017-
101089PRA-2 (Predation Related Recovery Action)Harvest/Predation/CompetitionHarvestCreate fishing regulations that will limit take of native species and maximize the removal of non­native species.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 3--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.4, pg. 7-52Create fishing regulations that will limit take of native species and maximize the removal of non­native species.-Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek and its tributaries, Big River and its tributaries4 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River, Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek171001010202, 171001010203, 171001010204, 171001010205---Restore and protect biological processes so the balance between predators and prey is restored and is no longer limiting Ozette Lake sockeye VSP parameters. Restore and protect biological processes so that freshwater predation, habitat maintenance, and competition are no longer limiting Ozette Lake sockeye viability.----Injury and MortalityPredationpredation, reduced quantity and quality of spawning gravel-Allen's Beach, Big River, Crooked Creek, Olsen's Beach, Umbrella Creek-Delete Crooked Creek MaSA (not part of this action's location because it's priority II)?DURATION: Short-term/long-term------------------05/04/2017-
100652HABITAT 3.4Habitat Restoration/ManagementBeaverPromote the maintenance and creation of beaver dams to restore the role in natural ecological processes.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSUmatilla and Walla Walla RiversWalla Walla RiverSTMCRsuWALOngoing-Sub-basin-wide--NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-184Promote the maintenance and creation of beaver dams to restore the role in natural ecological processes.-Walla Walla sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Walla Walla17070102-------Maintain and restore floodplain connectivity and function.---Abundance, ProductivityChannel Structure and Form, Peripheral and Transitional Habitats, Water QuantityBed and Channel Form, Decreased Water Quantity, Floodplain ConditionsDegraded floodplain connectivity, channel structure/complexity, flow, water quality, sediment---DURATION: Long term--------1---------03/31/2017-
100653HABITAT 3.2Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandRestore wet meadows.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSJohn Day RiverJohn Day River Lower Mainstem TributariesSTMCRsuJDLOngoing-Thirtymile (1), Butte (1), Bridge (1), Kahler (1), Mountain (1), Rock (2), Upper Rock (2), Middle Rock (2), Lone Rock (2), Pinehollow (2), Grass Valley (2), and Hay (2) crs--NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-83Restore wet meadows.-Rock Creek, Upper Rock Creek, Middle Rock Creek, Lone Rock Creek, Thirtymile Creek, Butte Creek, Bridge Creek, Kahler Creek, Mountain Creek, Pinehollow Creek, Grass Valley Creek, Hay Creek34 Sub-watershed(s)----Badger Canyon-Thirtymile Creek, Chapin Creek-Rock Creek, Condon Canyon-Thirtymile Creek, Cottonwood Creek-Butte Creek, Cramer Canyon-Pine Hollow, Deep Creek-Butte Creek, Dry Fork-Hay Creek, French Charlie Canyon-Rock Creek, Hay Creek, Headwaters Bridge Creek, Hoover Creek-Butte Creek, Juniper Canyon-Rock Creek, Lone Rock Creek, Lower Bridge Creek, Lower Grass Valley Canyon, Lower Kahler Creek, Lower Mountain Creek, Lower Rock Creek, Middle Bridge Creek, Middle Mountain Creek, Middle Rock Creek, Porcupine Canyon-Thirtymile Creek, Rood Canyon-Rock Creek, Salmon Fork-Thirtymile Creek, Sixmile Canyon-Rock Creek, Sniption Canyon-Thirtymile Creek, South Fork Rock Creek-Rock Creek, Upper Bridge Creek, Upper Grass Valley Canyon, Upper Kahler Creek, Upper Mountain Creek, Upper Rock Creek, West Fork Butte Creek-Butte Creek, Wild Call Canyon-Rock Creek170702011201, 170702011202, 170702011205, 170702011301, 170702011302, 170702011303, 170702040103, 170702040104, 170702040301, 170702040303, 170702040307, 170702040308, 170702040501, 170702040503, 170702040504, 170702040505, 170702040604, 170702040801, 170702040804, 170702040806, 170702040807, 170702040808, 170702041001, 170702041003, 170702041101, 170702041103, 170702041107, 170702041108, 170702041201, 170702041202, 170702041204, 170702041205, 170702041304, 170702041305---Maintain and restore floodplain connectivity and function.---Abundance, ProductivityPeripheral and Transitional HabitatsFloodplain ConditionsDegraded floodplain, altered hydrology---DURATION: Intermediate--------1---------03/31/2017-
101121PEA-1 (Public Education and Outreach Action)Outreach/EducationOutreach/EducationDevelop an invasive species education and outreach program.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started----NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.6, pg. 7-54Develop and implement an education and outreach program directed at anglers and the general public regarding the negative impacts of non-native fish and plants on native species, habitat, and the Ozette Lake ecosystem.--5 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River, Crooked Creek, Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek171001010201, 171001010202, 171001010203, 171001010204, 171001010205--------------Is this action's location ONP?DURATION: Short-term/long-term----------------50000-05/04/2017-
101122PEA-2 (Public Education and Outreach Action)Outreach/EducationOutreach/EducationProduce an outreach brochure for the Ozette Lake Sockeye Recovery Plan.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started----NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.6, pg. 7-54In cooperation with co-sponsors, produce a 3-5 page summary brochure or handout describing the key parts of the Ozette Lake Sockeye Recovery Plan and highlight the recovery actions that can be carried out by the public and landowners. Distribute the brochure to the public in cooperation with Olympic National Park, soil and water conservation districts, Clallam County, public libraries, schools, local businesses, Chambers of Commerce, and other organizations.--5 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River, Crooked Creek, Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek171001010201, 171001010202, 171001010203, 171001010204, 171001010205--------------DURATION: Short-term----------------10000-05/04/2017-
101123PEA-3 (Public Education and Outreach Action)Other, Outreach/EducationData Management, Outreach/EducationDevelop a web-based clearinghouse of information about recovery plan implementation.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started----NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.6, pg. 7-54Develop a web-based clearinghouse of information about recovery plan implementation to keep partners and the public informed about recovery actions. The clearinghouse should include all relevant data and reports produced by implementing parties. Information should be presented at an annual Sockeye Summit to brief the public on status, progress, and achievements of recovery plan implementation.--5 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River, Crooked Creek, Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek171001010201, 171001010202, 171001010203, 171001010204, 171001010205--------------Can this action be combined with RME-25? Or does this tracking system eliminate the need for this action all together?DURATION: Short-term/long-term---------------Baseline action? (no costs associated with action because action is part of an ongoing/existing program)--05/04/2017-
101124RME-25 (Research, Monitoring, Evaluation)OtherData ManagementDevelop a database containing all datasets specific to Ozette sockeye recovery efforts.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Tier 1--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 8.2, pg. 8-10Develop a web-accessible database containing all datasets specific to Ozette sockeye and sockeye recovery efforts (e.g. streamflow, sockeye counts, water temperature).--5 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River, Crooked Creek, Ozette Lake, Ozette River, Umbrella Creek171001010201, 171001010202, 171001010203, 171001010204, 171001010205--------------DURATION: Short-term/long-term---------------30k one time cost + 10k per year30000-05/04/2017-
101005208-SUB-CAHabitat Restoration/ManagementInstream/Channel, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandExpand cool water zones and fish bearing habitat.Chinook, steelheadOncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaUpper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Willamette River Steelhead DPSWillametteCalapooia RiverCKUWRspCLP, STUWRwiCLPNot Started1---NMFS Recovery PlanUpper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-1, pg. 9-138Expand cool water zones and fish bearing habitat. Eliminate even small breaks in shading. Identified 'medium' priority areas (Calapooia Watershed Council). Water takes on heat and loses it very slowly, therefore temperature reduction projects should proceed from the upstream direction down. The valley and headwaters could be separated to take different restoration approaches.-Upper Calapooia River watershed (focus areas: middle reaches of Calapooia River, Brush Creek-Calapooia River sub-watershed, Courtney Creek-Calapooia River sub-watershed), Lower Calapooia River watershed2 Watershed(s)--Lower Calapooia River, Upper Calapooia River1709000303, 1709000304-----Protect and conserve natural ecological processes that support the viability of wild salmon and steelhead populations and their life history strategies throughout their life cycle. Restore floodplain connectivity and function and maintain unimpaired floodplain connectivity and function. Restore riparian condition and LWD recruitment, and maintain unimpaired conditions. Restore passage and connectivity to habitats blocked or impaired by artificial barriers, and maintain unimpaired passage and connectivity. Restore and maintain hydrologic regimes that support the ecological needs of wild salmon and steelhead populations. Restore channel structure and complexity, and maintain unimpaired structure and complexity.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and Form, Peripheral and Transitional Habitats, Riparian ConditionBed and Channel Form, Floodplain Conditions, Instream Structural Complexity, Large Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetation, Side Channel and Wetland ConditionsPhysical habitat quality (impaired habitat complexity and diversity).Land use practices including stream cleaning, straightening and channelization, revetments, riparian area degradation, lack of large wood recruitment, and/or loss of floodplain connectivity and access to off-channel habitat.--DURATION: within 15 years---------------Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 2010 Report (Table 4) for Ag DMA. $4700/acre (without fence); $1100/acre (with fence); number of acres TBD.--05/04/2017-
101006209-SUB-CAHabitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandUse fencing, weed control, and planting of native conifers at appropriate sites.Chinook, steelheadOncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaUpper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Willamette River Steelhead DPSWillametteCalapooia RiverCKUWRspCLP, STUWRwiCLPNot Started1---NMFS Recovery PlanUpper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-1, pg. 9-139Use fencing, weed control, and planting of native conifers at appropriate sites. Focus most of the conifer restoration efforts on the middle portion of the Calapooia River drainage system.-Riparian zones in the Upper Calapooia River watershed (focus area: middle portion of the Calapooia River drainage system) and Lower Calapooia River watershed2 Watershed(s)--Lower Calapooia River, Upper Calapooia River1709000303, 1709000304-----Protect and conserve natural ecological processes that support the viability of wild salmon and steelhead populations and their life history strategies throughout their life cycle. Restore floodplain connectivity and function and maintain unimpaired floodplain connectivity and function. Restore riparian condition and LWD recruitment, and maintain unimpaired conditions. Restore passage and connectivity to habitats blocked or impaired by artificial barriers, and maintain unimpaired passage and connectivity. Restore and maintain hydrologic regimes that support the ecological needs of wild salmon and steelhead populations. Restore channel structure and complexity, and maintain unimpaired structure and complexity.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and Form, Peripheral and Transitional Habitats, Riparian ConditionBed and Channel Form, Floodplain Conditions, Instream Structural Complexity, Large Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetation, Side Channel and Wetland ConditionsPhysical habitat quality (impaired habitat complexity and diversity).Land use practices including stream cleaning, straightening and channelization, revetments, riparian area degradation, lack of large wood recruitment, and/or loss of floodplain connectivity and access to off-channel habitat.--DURATION: within 15 years---------------Oregon Department of Environmental Quality 2010 Report (Table 4) for Ag DMA (fencing). $6,308/acre; number of acres TBD.--05/04/2017-
101418166-SCHabitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandBreach, lower, remove, or relocate dikes and levees to establish or improve access to off-channel habitats; vegetate dikes and levees.ChinookOncorhynchus tshawytschaLower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESUCoastalScappoose CreekCKLCRfaSCPNot Started--Natural Resources Conservation Service, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Soil and Water Conservation Districts, watershed councils-, NRCS, ODFW, SWCDsNMFS Recovery PlanLower Columbia River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Populations of Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-3, pg. 368Breach, lower, remove, or relocate dikes and levees to establish or improve access to off-channel habitats; vegetate dikes and levees.-Sauvie Island (south end), Deer Island2 Sub-watershed(s)----Deer Island Slough-Frontal Columbia River, Gilbert River-Frontal Columbia River170800030201, 170900120405-------Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructurePeripheral and Transitional Habitats, Water Quality, Water QuantityAltered Flow Timing, Decreased Water Quantity, Floodplain Conditions, Side Channel and Wetland Conditions, TemperatureTRIBUTARY HABITAT: hydrograph/water quantity (upslope land uses), physical habitat quality (habitat complexity/diversity, access), water quality (elevated temperatures - land use)FUTURE THREATS: climate change--DURATION: within 15 years---------------Expert Opinion.3300000-05/04/2017-
101152RME-20 (Research, Monitoring, Evaluation)Research/Monitoring/EvaluationResearchQuantify natural and anthropogenic streamflow impacts on egg-to-fry survival in spawning tributaries.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 1--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 8.2, pg. 8-9Long-term streamflow data would allow for a better understanding of the impacts streamflow has on adult sockeye spawning locations in tributaries. Tradeoffs exist between spawning low in a cross-section and avoiding dewatering, compared to spawning higher in the cross-section and avoiding bedload transport and scour. High streamflow variability during the sockeye spawning and incubation period can result in reduced probabilities of successful egg-to-fry survival. Quantification of natural and anthropogenic streamflow impacts on egg-to-fry survival in Ozette Lake tributaries remains a major data gap.-Spawning areas in Umbrella Creek and Big River2 Sub-watershed(s)----Big River, Umbrella Creek171001010202, 171001010203---Restore hydrologic processes and natural hydrologic variability in Ozette Lake tributaries to the extent that hydrologic influences on limiting factors are no longer limiting Ozette Lake sockeye VSP parameters.--------Big River, Crooked Creek, Umbrella Creek-DURATION: Short-term/long-term---------------One time project500000-05/04/2017-
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