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Action IDAction CodeTypeSubTypeTitleSpecies Common NameSpecies Scientific NameDPSMid-Level GroupPopulationPopulation IDStatusPriorityPriority Plan SpecificEntityEntity Acronym Source TypeSourceSource DetailsDescription ProposedDescription ActualLocation DescriptionLocation SummarySub-BasinSub-Basin IDWatershedWatershed IDSub-WatershedSub-Watershed IDPointLongitudeLatitudeRecovery StrategyObjectiveListing Factor LetterListing FactorVSP ParameterEcological ConcernEcological Concern Sub-CategoryLimiting FactorThreatMajor Spawning AreaMinor Spawning AreaCommentsStart date proposedEnd date proposedDuration proposedStart date actualEnd date actualFunding SourceAmount FundedFunding Secured TotalCost IntervalCost Interval 1Cost Interval 2Cost Interval 3Cost Interval 4Cost Interval 5Cost Interval 6Cost CommentsCost Estimate TotalCost Actual TotalDate ModifiedDuration actual
101503300-HDFish Passage/ExclusionWeir/TrapTrap and sort hatchery adults: Install a floating weir to remove stray hatchery winter steelhead, spring Chinook, and coho.Chinook, coho, steelheadOncorhynchus kisutch, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaLower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Coho Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Steelhead DPSGorgeHood River, Oregon Upper Gorge Tributaries and Hood RiverCKLCRspHOO, COLCRerUGH, STLCRwiHOONot Started--Oregon Department of Fish and WildlifeODFWNMFS Recovery PlanLower Columbia River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Populations of Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-3, pg. 384Trap and sort hatchery adults: Install a floating weir to remove stray hatchery winter steelhead, spring Chinook, and coho.-East Fork Hood River1 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower East Fork Hood River170701050506-------Abundance, Diversity, ProductivityPopulation Level EffectsReduced Genetic AdaptivenessHATCHERY: population traits (stray hatchery fish interbreeding with wild fish)---DURATION: within 15 years---------------Expert Opinion. $3,500,000 install; $40,000/yr to operate-maintain. 5 yrs develop; 20 yrs implement.4300000-05/04/2017-
101507304-HDHarvest/Predation/CompetitionHarvestDevelop a sliding scale for take of wild spring Chinook broodstock for the integrated hatchery program.ChinookOncorhynchus tshawytschaLower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESUGorgeHood RiverCKLCRspHOONot Started--Oregon Department of Fish and WildlifeODFWNMFS Recovery PlanLower Columbia River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Populations of Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-3, pg. 384Work with the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs to develop a sliding scale for take of wild spring Chinook broodstock for the integrated hatchery program based on the forecasted total return of wild fish to the population; develop forecast model as necessary.-West Fork Hood River2 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower West Fork Hood River, Upper West Fork Hood River170701050601, 170701050603-------Abundance, Diversity, ProductivityInjury and Mortality, Population Level EffectsDemographic Changes, Life History Changes, Predation, Reduced Genetic Adaptiveness, Small Population EffectsHATCHERY: population traits (stray hatchery fish interbreeding with wild fish)---DURATION: within 15 years---------------Baseline0-05/04/2017-
101513RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION 4.2Harvest/Predation/CompetitionHarvestReview the need for modifications to sport, tribal, and commercial harvest practices regarding direct catch and by-catch in the Rock Creek watershed, the Columbia River mainstem, and off-shore.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesRock CreekSTMCRsuRCKNot Started2-Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Yakama NationCRITFC, NOAA, WDFW, YNNMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentTable 6-1, pg. 55Review the need for modifications to sport, tribal, and commercial harvest practices on direct catch and by-catch.-All fishing areas in the Rock Creek watershed, the Columbia River (downstream of Rock Creek confluence), and off-shore24 Sub-watershed(s)----171001060800-Pacific Ocean, Baker Bay-Columbia River, Carson Creek-Columbia River, Cathlamet Channel-Columbia River, Grays Creek-Columbia River, Hamilton Creek-Columbia River, Hayden Island-Columbia River, Hells Gate Canyon-Columbia River, John Day Dam-Lake Umatilla, Latourell Creek-Columbia River, Lower Rock Creek, Lower Squaw Creek, Luna Gulch, Middle Rock Creek, Murdock-Columbia River, Philippi Canyon-Lake Umatilla, Quartz Creek, Rowena Creek-Columbia River, Smuggler Cove-Pacific Ocean, Tanner Creek-Columbia River, Threemile Creek-Columbia River, Upper Rock Creek, Upper Squaw Creek, Viento Creek-Columbia River170701011301, 170701011302, 170701011303, 170701011304, 170701011305, 170701011306, 170701011307, 170701011407, 170701011408, 170701050103, 170701050401, 170701050406, 170701051105, 170701051106, 170701051204, 170800010801, 170800010802, 170800010803, 170800010804, 170800030700, 170800060500, 170900120500, 171001060800, 171002010200---Review and reduce effects of harvest on the Rock Creek steelhead population---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure----Rock-Co-manager responsibility.-----Bonneville Power Administration, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation, Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation, National Marine Fisheries Service, Nez Perce Tribe, State of Idaho, State of Oregon, State of Washington, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Yakama Nation-01-------0-05/04/2017-
101534RPA 27Fish Passage/ExclusionDamTurbine Unit OperationsChinook, 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 DPSCascades Eastern Slope Tributaries, Clearwater River, 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, Umatilla and Walla Walla Rivers, Upper Columbia/East Slope Cascades, Upper Salmon River, Wet Clearwater, Yakima RiverAsotin Creek, Bear Valley Creek, Big Creek, Big Sheep Creek, Camas Creek, Catherine Creek, Chamberlain Creek, Clearwater River Lower Mainstem, Crab Creek, Crooked River, Deschutes River Eastside, Deschutes River Westside, East Fork Salmon River, East Fork South Fork Salmon River, Entiat River, Fifteenmile Creek, Grande Ronde River Lower Mainstem, Grande Ronde River Upper Mainstem, Hells Canyon, Hood River, Imnaha River, Imnaha River Mainstem, John Day River Lower Mainstem Tributaries, John Day River Upper Mainstem, Joseph Creek, Klickitat River, Lapwai/Big Canyon Creeks, Lawyer Creek, Lemhi River, Little Salmon River, Lochsa River, Lolo Creek, Lookingglass Creek, Loon Creek, Lostine/Wallowa Rivers, Lower Gorge Tributaries, Marsh Creek, Meadow Creek, Methow River, Middle Fork John Day River, Middle Fork Salmon River Lower Mainstem, Middle Fork Salmon River Upper Mainstem, Minam River, Moose Creek, Naches River, North Fork Clearwater River, North Fork Clearwater River Lower Mainstem, North Fork Clearwater River Upper Mainstem, North Fork John Day River, North Fork Salmon River, Okanogan River, Oregon Upper Gorge Tributaries and Hood River, Pahsimeroi River, Panther Creek, Polatch River, Redfish Lake, Rock Creek, Salmon River Lower Mainstem, Salmon River Upper Mainstem, Satus Creek, Secesh River, Selway River, Selway River Upper Mainstem, Snake River Lower Mainstem, South Fork Clearwater River, South Fork Clearwater River Upper Mainstem, South Fork John Day River, South Fork Salmon River, Sulphur Creek, Toppenish Creek, Touchet River, Tucannon River, Umatilla River, Upper Gorge Tributaries, Valley Creek, Walla Walla River, Wallowa River, Washington Upper Gorge Tributaries and White Salmon River, Wenaha River, Wenatchee River, White Salmon River, Willow Creek, Wind River, Yakima River Upper Mainstem, Yankee ForkCKLCRfaHOO, CKLCRfaLGT, CKLCRfaUGT, CKLCRfaWSR, CKLCRspHOO, 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, CMCOLfaLGT, CMCOLfaUGT, COLCRerUGH, COLCRltLGT, COLCRltUGW, SOSNRsuRED, STLCRsuHOO, STLCRsuWND, STLCRwiHOO, STLCRwiLGT, STLCRwiUGT, STMCRsuCRK, STMCRsuDRE, STMCRsuDRW, STMCRsuJDL, STMCRsuJDU, STMCRsuMJD, STMCRsuNCH, STMCRsuNJD, STMCRsuRCK, STMCRsuSAT, STMCRsuSJD, STMCRsuTOC, STMCRsuTOP, STMCRsuUMA, STMCRsuWAL, STMCRsuWLL, STMCRsuWSR, STMCRsuYAK, STMCRswKLT, STMCRwiFIF, STSNRsuASO, STSNRsuBCL, STSNRsuCHB, STSNRsuCWL, STSNRsuEFS, STSNRsuGRL, STSNRsuGRU, STSNRsuHEL, STSNRsuIMN, STSNRsuJOS, STSNRsuLCH, STSNRsuLEM, STSNRsuLOL, STSNRsuLSR, STSNRsuMSM, STSNRsuNCR, STSNRsuNFS, STSNRsuPAH, STSNRsuPAN, STSNRsuSEC, STSNRsuSEL, STSNRsuSFC, STSNRsuSFS, STSNRsuSUM, STSNRsuTUC, STSNRsuWLW, STUCRsuCRA, STUCRsuENT, STUCRsuMET, STUCRsuOKA, STUCRsuWENCompleted--Bonneville Power Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Bureau of ReclamationBPA, NMFS, USACE, USBORNMFS 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. 29-30The Action Agencies will operate turbine units to achieve best fish passage survival (currently within 1% of best efficiency at mainstem dams on the Lower Columbia and Lower Snake rivers from April 1 - October 31 (hard constraint) and from November 1 - March 31 (soft constraint) each year. Continue turbine operations evaluations and apply adaptive management to operate units in their optimum configuration for safe fish passage. The turbine unit operations are identified in the annual Fish Passage Plan (FPP). Annual Progress Reports are developed by BPA.This biological opinion is no longer in effect. All actions (with minimal exceptions as noted) are considered complete for the purposes of this biological opinion, although many are continuing under the 2019 Biological Opinion for the Continued Operation and Maintenance of the Columbia River System (ECO WCRO-2018-00152). Detailed reports on implementation of the 2008 biological opinion can be found at https://www.salmonrecovery.gov/BiologicalOpinions/FCRPSBiOp/ProgressReports.aspx. A new biological opinion for the Columbia River System will be completed in June 2020. We expect that the federal action agencies will propose to continue the great majority of these actions as part of their proposed action for this consultation.8 projects: Bonneville, The Dalles, John Day, McNary, Ice Harbor, Lower Monumental, Little Goose, Lower Granite8 Point(s)------McNary Dam, Lower Monumental Dam, Lower Granite Dam, Little Goose Dam, The Dalles Dam, Ice Harbor Dam, Bonneville Dam, John Day Dam-117.42991, -118.027319, -118.538663, -118.879686, -119.298399, -120.692623, -121.133209, -121.94078345.61318, 45.644377, 45.715349, 45.938446, 46.249227, 46.562954, 46.585644, 46.658885Hydropower Strategy 2: Modify Columbia and Snake River dams to maximize 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.----------------------------09/19/2019-
10093343-ESU-WQH, 183-CM, 203-CMWater Quality/QuantityStormwater/WastewaterDevelop, update, and implement stormwater management plans for urban areas and roads.Chinook, chum, coho, steelheadOncorhynchus keta, Oncorhynchus kisutch, Oncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaColumbia River Chum Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Coho Salmon ESU, Lower Columbia River Steelhead DPS, Upper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Willamette River Steelhead DPSCascade, WillametteCalapooia River, Clackamas River, McKenzie River, Middle Fork Willamette River, Molalla River, North Santiam River, South Santiam RiverCKLCRfaCLK, CKUWRspCLK, CKUWRspCLP, CKUWRspMCK, CKUWRspMFW, CKUWRspMOL, CKUWRspNST, CKUWRspSST, CMCOLfaCLK, COLCRelCLK, STLCRwiCLK, STUWRwiCLP, STUWRwiMOL, STUWRwiNST, STUWRwiSSTNot Started----NMFS Recovery PlanLower Columbia River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Populations of Salmon and Steelhead, Upper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-1, pg. 9-32, Table 9-3, pg. 369Develop, update, and implement stormwater management plans for urban areas and roads. Revise and update stormwater management manuals.-All areas within the Portland Metro urban growth boundary (focus should be on Deep Creek in the Lower Clackamas River watershed and Johnson Creek), Pork Chop10 Watershed(s)--Abernethy Creek-Willamette River, Dairy Creek, Fanno Creek-Tualatin River, Gales Creek, Johnson Creek, Lower Clackamas River, Lower Sandy River, Rock Creek-Tualatin River, Scoggins Creek-Tualatin River, Willamette River-Frontal Columbia River1708000107, 1709000704, 1709001001, 1709001002, 1709001003, 1709001004, 1709001005, 1709001106, 1709001201, 1709001202-----Restore degraded water quality and maintain unimpaired water quality.---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureWater QualityToxic ContaminantsWater quality (input of toxins).Point and non-point sourcing of runoff and lack of treatment from urban, industrial, rural and agricultural practices, including presence of legacy contaminants in sediments downstream of industrial and urban areas.--Which Johnson Creek (small tributary to the Clackamas River or large tributary to the Willamette River)? Both watersheds are already included, just need to specify which Johnson Creek, no need to change HUCs. Where exactly is Pork Chop? Is it within the specified HUCs? Or do more HUCs need to be added for this action to include Pork Chop?DURATION: within 15 years---------------Expert opinion. Plans: $90,000/year/plan, for freshwater, # of plans TBD. Manuals: $90,000/yr, 1 yr.--05/04/2017-
10089289-FW-ALLHabitat Restoration/ManagementConservation, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandProtect off-channel habitat and restore degraded areas.Chinook, steelheadOncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaUpper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Willamette River Steelhead DPSWillametteCalapooia River, McKenzie River, Middle Fork Willamette River, Molalla River, North Santiam River, South Santiam RiverCKUWRspCLP, CKUWRspMCK, CKUWRspMFW, CKUWRspMOL, CKUWRspNST, CKUWRspSST, STUWRwiCLP, STUWRwiMOL, STUWRwiNST, STUWRwiSSTNot Started1---NMFS Recovery PlanUpper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-1, pg. 9-56Protect remaining high-quality off-channel habitat from degradation and restore degraded areas with high intrinsic potential for high quality habitat. Provide resources for local, state, and federal regulatory entities to maintain, improve (where needed), and consistently enforce habitat protections throughout the Willamette River basin. Actively purchase off-channel habitats in urban and rural settings that (a) cannot be effectively protected through regulation, (b) are degraded but have good restoration potential, or (c) are highly degraded but could benefit from long-term restoration solutions.-Off-channel habitat (above Willamette Falls)9 Sub-basin(s)Mckenzie, Middle Fork Willamette, Middle Willamette, Molalla-Pudding, North Santiam, South Santiam, Tualatin, Upper Willamette, Yamhill17090001, 17090003, 17090004, 17090005, 17090006, 17090007, 17090008, 17090009, 17090010-------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.--This action is similar to action CRE-9 in the Columbia River Estuary Module.DURATION: within 25 years---------------Columbia River Estuary Module cost: $68,000,000. Assume cost is same as Estuary Module.68000000-05/04/2017-
100832HABITAT 2.2Fish Passage/ExclusionDam, Other Fish Passage/Exclusion, Road CrossingReplace barriers blocking passage including dams, road culverts, and irrigation structures.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesDeschutes River WestsideSTMCRsuDRWOngoing-1- Warm Springs R. ; 1- Beaver Cr. ; 1- Shitike Cr. ; There are six culverts that need replacement on Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon lands.--NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-47Replace barriers blocking passage including dams, road culverts, and irrigation structures.Replacing all culverts expected to take 20 years. 6 culverts need replacement on Confederated Tribes of the Warm Springs Reservation of Oregon lands.Warm Springs River, Beaver Creek, Shitike Creek10 Sub-watershed(s)----Bunchgrass Creek-Warm Springs River, Dry Creek-Warm Springs River, Hehe Butte-Warm Springs River, Indian Head Canyon-Warm Springs River, Kahneeta Hot Springs-Warm Springs River, Lower Beaver Creek, Lower Shitike Creek, Middle Beaver Creek, Upper Beaver Creek, Upper Shitike Creek170703060301, 170703060302, 170703060501, 170703060503, 170703060505, 170703060601, 170703060602, 170703060606, 170703060607, 170703060608---Restore passage and connectivity to habitats blocked or impaired by artificial barriers and maintain properly functioning passage and connectivity---Productivity, Spatial StructureHabitat QuantityAnthropogenic BarriersImpaired fish passage------------1------0$ (Culverts); TBD (Dams and Irrigation Strategies) --03/31/2017-
100489HABITAT 1.3Habitat Restoration/ManagementConservationDesignate special management areas on public lands within the John Day River South Fork Population range.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSJohn Day RiverSouth Fork John Day RiverSTMCRsuSJDOngoing-Public lands as identified in Forest Plan Revision--NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-127Special management designations in forest and United States Bureau of Land Management plans.Many complete, potentially subject to change in Forest Plan revisionsPublic lands (identified in Forest Plan Revision) within the John Day River South Fork Population range4 Watershed(s)--Lower South Fork John Day River, Middle South Fork John Day River, Murderers Creek, Upper South Fork John Day River1707020101, 1707020102, 1707020103, 1707020104-----Protect and conserve natural ecological processes that support the viability of populations and their primary life history strategies throughout their life cycle.---Abundance, ProductivityChannel Structure and Form, Peripheral and Transitional Habitats, Riparian ConditionBed and Channel Form, Floodplain Conditions, Riparian VegetationDegraded floodplain connectivity and function, degraded channel structure and complexity, degraded riparian area, altered hydrology, degraded water quality, altered sediment routing------------1---------03/31/2017-
100290Naches Action # 1Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowImprove Wapatox Canal conveyance efficiency and leave BOR's water right instream in the lower Naches River.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSYakima RiverNaches RiverSTMCRsuNCHOngoing3---NMFS Recovery Plan2009 Yakima Steelhead Recovery PlanChapter 5, pg. 159Improve Wapatox Canal conveyance efficiency. BOR acquired the Wapatox power plant and diversion in 2002 in order to use the associated 300-450 cfs water right to augment instream flows in 7.4 miles of the lower Naches River. The Wapatox diversion also supplies 50 cfs of water to irrigators so the diversion remains active. The conveyance system was designed for 400 cfs and needs a minimum of approximately 130 cfs to provide sufficient head to run the system. This has reduced the amount of water BOR has been able to put to instream use. Improving the efficiency of the conveyance system would allow irrigators access to their full water rights while allowing all of the BOR's water right to be left instream. Consolidating the Wapatox and Naches-Selah diversions has been proposed, which would address this issue, increase instream flows between the Naches-Selah and Wapatox diversions, and reduce constraints on Bumping Reservoir operations.Plans under development. Included as an element in the 2010 Yakima Basin Study.Wapatox power plant diversion on the lower Naches River and the Wapatox canal1 Point(s)------Wapatox Diversion Dam-120.78051446.74786Improve flow conditions---Abundance, Diversity, ProductivityWater Quality, Water QuantityDecreased Water Quantity, TemperatureFlow, Temperature Withdrawal of stream flow for irrigation and hydropowerAmerican (Naches), Bumping, Middle Naches, Rattlesnake (Naches), Tieton, Upper Naches-DURATION: 4 - 6 years-----United States Bureau of Reclamation--1------Cost based on preliminary discussions with United States Bureau of Reclamation.1500000-03/31/2017-
100385HABITAT 4.5Fish Passage/ExclusionRoad CrossingImplement bridge maintenance Best Management Practices (BMPs) in the Walla Walla sub-basin.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSUmatilla and Walla Walla RiversWalla Walla RiverSTMCRsuWALOngoing----NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-186Implement bridge maintenance Best Management Practices (BMPs).-Bridges in the Walla Walla sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Walla Walla17070102-------Restore degraded and maintain properly functioning channel structure and complexity.---Abundance, ProductivityChannel Structure and FormBed and Channel FormDegraded channel structure and complexity---DURATION: Long term--------1---------03/31/2017-
10089088-FW-ALLHabitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandProtect and restore riparian areas on private lands.Chinook, steelheadOncorhynchus mykiss, Oncorhynchus tshawytschaUpper Willamette River Spring Chinook Salmon ESU, Upper Willamette River Steelhead DPSWillametteCalapooia River, McKenzie River, Middle Fork Willamette River, Molalla River, North Santiam River, South Santiam RiverCKUWRspCLP, CKUWRspMCK, CKUWRspMFW, CKUWRspMOL, CKUWRspNST, CKUWRspSST, STUWRwiCLP, STUWRwiMOL, STUWRwiNST, STUWRwiSSTNot Started1---NMFS Recovery PlanUpper Willamette River Conservation and Recovery Plan for Chinook Salmon and SteelheadTable 9-1, pg. 9-55Protect and restore riparian areas on private lands throughout the rearing zones for Chinook and steelhead that are not covered by riparian actions in Total Maximum Daily Load (TMDL) implementation plans. Assure adequate regulations are in place to protect existing high quality habitat and eliminate/reduce and fully mitigate, impacts of future development (within cities, rural-residential, and rural-agriculture zones). Encourage and provide incentives for local, state, and federal regulatory entities to maintain and restore key riparian areas. Enforce consistent riparian area protections throughout the Willamette River basin. Actively purchase key riparian areas from willing landowners in urban and rural settings when the riparian areas cannot be effectively protected through regulation or voluntary or incentive programs and (a) are intact, or (b) are degraded but have good restoration potential. Maintain and restore ecological benefits in key riparian areas with active management. Manage vegetation on dikes and levees to enhance ecological function and add shoreline/instream complexity for juvenile salmonids.-Riparian zones (on private lands) adjacent to Chinook and steelhead rearing habitat (above Willamette Falls)9 Sub-basin(s)Mckenzie, Middle Fork Willamette, Middle Willamette, Molalla-Pudding, North Santiam, South Santiam, Tualatin, Upper Willamette, Yamhill17090001, 17090003, 17090004, 17090005, 17090006, 17090007, 17090008, 17090009, 17090010-------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.--This action is similar to action CRE-1 in the Columbia River Estuary Module.DURATION: within 25 years---------------Columbia River Estuary Module cost: $38,000,000. Assume cost is same as Estuary Module.38000000-05/04/2017-
100473HABITAT 6.1Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowImplement agricultural water conservation measures to reduce withdrawals from Whychus Creek and the upper Deschutes River.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesDeschutes River WestsideSTMCRsuDRWOngoing-1-Whychus Creek; 1-Upper Deschutes River--NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-54Implement agricultural water conservation measures.-Agricultural lands that are maintained with water diverted from Whychus Creek (formerly Squaw Creek), Deschutes River (upper)6 Sub-watershed(s)----Haystack Draw-Deschutes River, Headwaters Whychus Creek, Lower Whychus Creek, Middle Whychus Creek, Steelhead Falls-Deschutes River, Upper Whychus Creek170703010701, 170703010702, 170703010708, 170703010709, 170703010807, 170703011104---Restore natural hydrograph to provide sufficient flow during critical periods.---Abundance, ProductivityWater Quality, Water QuantityDecreased Water Quantity, TemperatureAltered hydrology, low flows, high temperatures---DURATION: Long term--------1---------03/31/2017-
10290123--Evaluate Risks and Benefits of Potential Removal Strategies for Other Corallivoreselkhorn coral, staghorn coralAcropora cervicornis, Acropora palmataCoral elkhorn, Coral staghorn--------coral_elkhorn, coral_staghornNot Started----NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Elkhorn Coral (Acropora palmata) and Staghorn Coral (A. cervicornis)-Evaluate Risks and Benefits of Potential Removal Strategies for Other Corallivores------------------------------------------05/04/2017-
100066HABITAT 1.4, HABITAT 4.2Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandReduce livestock grazing impacts in riparian zones along the Little Klickitat River, Klickitat River, and Cedar Valley tributaries.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesKlickitat RiverSTMCRswKLTOngoing2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Klickitat River Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 74, Table 6-1; pg. 76, Table 6-4Minimize the effects of livestock grazing on riparian condition.-Riparian zones along the Little Klickitat River, Klickitat River, and Cedar Valley tributaries (Trout Creek, Elk Creek, White Creek, Tepee Creek, Brush Creek, Summit Creek)16 Sub-watershed(s)----Bacon Creek-Klickitat River, Beeks Canyon-Klickitat River, Brush Creek, Cunningham Creek-Klickitat River, Dead Canyon-Klickitat River, Headwaters Klickitat River, Klickitat River, Lower Little Klickitat River, Middle Little Klickitat River, Summit Creek, Swamp Creek-Klickitat River, Tepee Creek, Trout Creek, Upper Little Klickitat River, Wheeler Canyon-Klickitat River, White Creek170701060101, 170701060104, 170701060108, 170701060201, 170701060206, 170701060207, 170701060208, 170701060209, 170701060210, 170701060302, 170701060304, 170701060307, 170701060401, 170701060402, 170701060407, 170701060409---Protect stream corridor structure and function, Restore Riparian Condition---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureHabitat Quantity, Injury and Mortality, Riparian Condition, Sediment Conditions, Water Quality, Water QuantityAltered Flow Timing, Anthropogenic Barriers, Increased Sediment Quantity, Predation, Riparian Vegetation, TemperatureKey Habitat Quantity, Habitat Diversity, Sediment Load, Water Quality, Altered Flow Regimes, Predation, Temperature, Cover-Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, West Fork Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, Major, Surveyors, Swale, Trout CreekAlso addressed in Habitat Action #1.3-----Natural Resources Conservation Service, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Washington State Department of Ecology, conservation districts-100001-100000100000150000150000-Out year funds focus on maintenance510000-03/31/2017-
10357733--Develop public service announcements regarding sea turtle nesting, artificial lighting problems, entanglement, and waste disposal.hawksbill sea turtleEretmochelys imbricataSea turtle hawksbill--------turtle_hawksNot Started----NMFS and USFWS joint Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) in the U.S. Caribbean Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico-Develop public service announcements regarding sea turtle nesting, artificial lighting problems, entanglement, and waste disposal.-------------3) Public information and education.----------------------------05/04/2017-
100192RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION 4.1Research/Monitoring/EvaluationEvaluationAcquire and analyze LiDAR (Light Detection and Ranging) data in the Touchet River steelhead major spawning area.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSUmatilla and Walla Walla RiversTouchet RiverSTMCRsuTOCNot Started----NMFS Recovery PlanSnake River Salmon Recovery Plan for SE WashingtonTable 9-4Acquire and analyze LiDAR in MaSA and MiSA-Touchet River steelhead major spawning area (MaSA)2 Watershed(s)--Middle Touchet River, Upper Touchet River1707010203, 1707010204-----Remote sensing of habitat----------------Salmon Recovery Funding Board-1500001-300000-----450000-05/04/2017-
1046265.1--Develop plume-nearshore oceanographic model.eulachon smeltThaleichthys pacificusEulachon (Southern DPS)-Columbia Rivereulachon_crNot Started3---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Southern Distinct Population Segment of Eulachon (Thaleichthys pacificus)Table 5-1, Page 121Conduct a gap analysis to identify the data needs to develop a plume-nearshore oceanographic model for the Columbia River subpopulation.-----------------------ACTION_CODE repaired. Discrepancy between code in outline and table.--------17500075000-----150000-09/29/2018-
101102PA-9 (Programmatic Action)Habitat Restoration/Management, Regulation/Law EnforcementLaw Enforcement, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandEnforce all Clallam County zoning laws pertaining to small landowners along Big River.sockeyeOncorhynchus nerkaOzette Lake Sockeye Salmon ESU----Ozette LakeSOOZTsuOZLNot Started-Priority I , Tier 3--NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for Ozette Lake Sockeye SalmonSection 7.2.1.3, pg. 7-21Enforce all Clallam County rules pertaining to small landowners along Big River, specifically, zoning laws, the critical areas ordinance, and rules regarding development in the 100-year floodplain and/or channel migration zone.-Private lands along Big River1 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.--------Big River, Crooked Creek, Umbrella Creek-DURATION: Long-term---------------Baseline action (no costs associated with action because action is part of an ongoing/existing program)--05/04/2017-
100416HABITAT 6.4Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowRecharge the floodplain aquifer adjacent to Camas Creek.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSJohn Day RiverNorth Fork John Day RiverSTMCRsuNJDOngoing-Camas Cr above Wilkins Cr (1)--NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-104Floodplain aquifer recharge.Planned, some ongoing. Opportunities for pilot projects are dependent upon willing private landowners.Camas Creek (upstream from the Wilkins Creek confluence) floodplain aquifer4 Sub-watershed(s)----Bowman Creek-Camas Creek, Dry Camas Creek-Camas Creek, Lane Creek-Camas Creek, Wilkins Creek-Camas Creek170702020501, 170702020502, 170702020505, 170702020606---Restore natural hydrograph to provide sufficient flow during critical periods.---Abundance, ProductivityWater Quality, Water QuantityDecreased Water Quantity, TemperatureLow flows, high temperatures---DURATION: Long term--------1---------03/31/2017-
100486HABITAT 1.6Habitat Restoration/ManagementConservationDesignate Wild and Scenic River areas along the Crooked River.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesCrooked RiverSTMCRsuCRKNot Started-1- Crooked MS-1,2,9 --NMFS Recovery PlanConservation and Recovery Plan for Oregon Steelhead Populations in the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 9-62Special management designated on public lands. Management of Wild and Scenic Rivers.-Crooked River (RM 6 - 14 and 62 - 70)3 Sub-watershed(s)----Crooked River, Osborne Canyon-Crooked River, Stearns Dam-Crooked River170703050102, 170703051101, 170703051102---Protect and conserve natural ecological processes that support the viability of populations and their primary life history strategies and reduced habitat quality---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure--All---Missing second tier of data--------1---------05/04/2017-
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