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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
100000RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION 3.5Research/Monitoring/EvaluationEvaluationAssess eutrophication and aquatic vegetation impacts and determine ecologically sound solutions to address the problems near the mouth of Rock Creek.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesRock CreekSTMCRsuRCKNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentSection 8.3.2, pg. 70Assess eutrophication and aquatic vegetation impacts and determine ecologically sound solutions to address the problems near the mouth of Rock Creek.-Mouth of Rock Creek1 Point(s)------Rock Creek (mouth)-120.46222845.703458Gather information to further evaluate habitat limiting factors and threats in the Rock Creek watershed---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure----Rock-------Bonneville Power Administration, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Washington State Department of Ecology-0120000-20000-20000--60000-05/04/2017-
100001HABITAT 4.3Habitat Restoration/ManagementBeaverRelocate beaver to suitable areas.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesRock CreekSTMCRsuRCKNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentTable 6-1, pg. 54Relocate beaver to suitable areas-Rock Creek watershed1 Watershed(s)--Rock Creek1707010113-----Improve and/or restore riparian function and condition---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and Form, Riparian Condition, Water QualityInstream Structural Complexity, Riparian Vegetation, TemperatureStream Temperature, Pool Quality and Abundance, Spawning Habitat Quality and Abundance, Cover-Rock---09/01/2015---Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Yakama Nation-01---10000---10000-05/04/2017-
100002HABITAT 2.1Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowImprove instream flow in lower Rock Creek, Squaw Creek, and Luna Creek.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesRock CreekSTMCRsuRCKNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentTable 6-1, pg. 54Improve instream flow.-Rock Creek (lower), Squaw Creek, Luna Creek4 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower Rock Creek, Lower Squaw Creek, Luna Gulch, Upper Squaw Creek170701011304, 170701011305, 170701011306, 170701011307---Improve instream flow during critical periods---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure--Stream Flow-Rock-Actions to include evaluation of in basin storage.--------1---------05/04/2017-
100003RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION 6.2Research/Monitoring/EvaluationEvaluationEvaluate predation risks from native and non-native fish and birds in the Lower Rock Creek sub-watershed and the John Day Pool backwater.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesRock CreekSTMCRsuRCKNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentSection 8.3.2, pg. 70Evaluate predation risks from native and non-native fish and birds-Lower Rock Creek, and John Day Pool backwater1 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower Rock Creek170701011307---Reduce competition with and predation by non-native piscivores---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure----Rock-------United States Army Corps of Engineers--1------Columbia River mainstem action, not included in Rock Creek watershed cost estimates--05/04/2017-
100004RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION 6.1Research/Monitoring/EvaluationEvaluationDetermine the predation effects of exotic species on recovery of steelhead and the feasibility of actions to eradicate or control numbers of exotic species in the Lower Rock Creek sub-watershed and the John Day Pool backwater.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesRock CreekSTMCRsuRCKNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentSection 8.3.2, pg. 70Determine the effects of exotic species on recovery of steelhead and the feasibility of actions to eradicate or control numbers of exotic species-Lower Rock Creek, and John Day Pool backwater1 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower Rock Creek170701011307---Reduce competition with and predation by non-native piscivores---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure----Rock-------United States Army Corps of Engineers--1------Columbia River mainstem action, not included in Rock Creek watershed cost estimates--05/04/2017-
100005HABITAT 8.1Fish Passage/ExclusionRoad CrossingReplace or repair culverts under Highway 14 and the railroad crossing at the mouth of Pine Creek to re-establish access to the Pine Creek habitats suitable to support steelhead.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSUmatilla and Walla Walla RiversWillow CreekSTMCRsuWLLNot Started3---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentAppendix I - Eastern Tributaries pg. 88-89Replace or repair the culverts under Highway 14 and the railroad crossing at the mouth of Pine Creek to re-establish access to the Pine Creek habitats suitable to support steelhead.-Pine Creek mouth1 Point(s)------Pine Creek (mouth)-120.08522545.789782Re-open habitat in Pine Creek---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureHabitat QuantityAnthropogenic BarriersPassage---A system of five culverts at the SR 14 highway crossing of Pine Creek was included in the WSDOT Fish Passage Barrier Inventory as of March 2006. Only a small opening, clogged with woody debris, passes flow from the stream through the road fill. The constricted entrance has created a barrier to fish passage due to physical obstructions and high water velocities. The barrier culverts are slated for replacement in 2012.01/01/2012----United States Army Corps of Engineers, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington State Department of Transportation--1------Cost depends on passage design selected.--05/04/2017-
100006HABITAT 9.1Water Quality/QuantityOther Water Quality/QuantityDevelop a water quality improvement/maintenance plan for the Eastern Tributaries.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSUmatilla and Walla Walla RiversUmatilla RiverSTMCRsuUMANot Started3---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentAppendix I - Eastern TributariesDevelop a water quality improvement/maintenance plan for the eastern tributaries-All tributaries in the Washington portion of the Umatilla River Population boundary30 Sub-watershed(s)----Bing Canyon, Carter Canyon, Davis Ranch, East Paterson Ridge, Lower Alder Creek, Lower Dead Canyon-Lake Umatilla, Lower East Branch of Glade Creek, Lower Four Mile Canyon, Lower Glade Creek, Lower Paterson Slough-Lake Umatilla, Lower Sixprong Creek, Middle Dead Canyon, Middle East Branch Glade Creek, Middle Glade Creek, Moore Canyon, Paterson Ridge, Prior Ranch, Sixprong Ranch, Spring Canyon, Straub Canyon, Threemile Canyon-Lake Umatilla, Town of Alderdale, Tule Creek, Upper Alder Creek, Upper Dead Canyon, Upper East Branch Glade Creek, Upper Four Mile Canyon, Upper Glade Creek, Upper Sixprong Creek, Youngs Ranch170701010301, 170701010302, 170701010303, 170701010401, 170701010402, 170701010403, 170701010501, 170701010502, 170701010503, 170701010504, 170701010505, 170701010506, 170701010507, 170701010508, 170701010509, 170701010510, 170701010511, 170701010603, 170701010901, 170701010902, 170701010903, 170701010905, 170701011001, 170701011002, 170701011003, 170701011004, 170701011005, 170701011006, 170701011007, 170701011401---Reduce water temperature---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureWater QualityTemperatureWater Temperature-AlderFourmile Canyon, GladeWSDOT Fish Passage Barrier Inventory as of March 2006.-----Washington State Department of Ecology--1------Costs included in Rock Creek Habitat Action #3.1--05/04/2017-
100007HABITAT 9.2Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandImplement Best Management Practices (BMPs) in the Eastern Tributaries to minimize effects of grazing and agriculture on riparian vegetation, and off-road vehicle riparian impacts.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSUmatilla and Walla Walla RiversUmatilla RiverSTMCRsuUMANot Started3---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentAppendix I - Eastern TributariesImplement Best Management Practices (BMPs) to minimize effects of grazing and agriculture on riparian vegetation, and off-road vehicle riparian impacts-All tributaries in the Washington portion of the Umatilla River Population boundary30 Sub-watershed(s)----Bing Canyon, Carter Canyon, Davis Ranch, East Paterson Ridge, Lower Alder Creek, Lower Dead Canyon-Lake Umatilla, Lower East Branch of Glade Creek, Lower Four Mile Canyon, Lower Glade Creek, Lower Paterson Slough-Lake Umatilla, Lower Sixprong Creek, Middle Dead Canyon, Middle East Branch Glade Creek, Middle Glade Creek, Moore Canyon, Paterson Ridge, Prior Ranch, Sixprong Ranch, Spring Canyon, Straub Canyon, Threemile Canyon-Lake Umatilla, Town of Alderdale, Tule Creek, Upper Alder Creek, Upper Dead Canyon, Upper East Branch Glade Creek, Upper Four Mile Canyon, Upper Glade Creek, Upper Sixprong Creek, Youngs Ranch170701010301, 170701010302, 170701010303, 170701010401, 170701010402, 170701010403, 170701010501, 170701010502, 170701010503, 170701010504, 170701010505, 170701010506, 170701010507, 170701010508, 170701010509, 170701010510, 170701010511, 170701010603, 170701010901, 170701010902, 170701010903, 170701010905, 170701011001, 170701011002, 170701011003, 170701011004, 170701011005, 170701011006, 170701011007, 170701011401---Reduce water temperature---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureRiparian Condition, Water QualityRiparian Vegetation, TemperatureWater Temperature-AlderFourmile Canyon, GladeWater Resource Inventory Area 31 Initiating Governments contingent on assessments.-----Natural Resources Conservation Service, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Washington State Department of Ecology, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, conservation districts, private landowners--1---------05/04/2017-
100008HABITAT 9.3Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandPlant trees along riparian corridors in the Eastern Tributaries.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSUmatilla and Walla Walla RiversUmatilla RiverSTMCRsuUMANot Started3---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Rock Creek Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentAppendix I - Eastern TributariesPlant trees along the riparian corridor where feasible-All tributaries in the Washington portion of the Umatilla River Population boundary30 Sub-watershed(s)----Bing Canyon, Carter Canyon, Davis Ranch, East Paterson Ridge, Lower Alder Creek, Lower Dead Canyon-Lake Umatilla, Lower East Branch of Glade Creek, Lower Four Mile Canyon, Lower Glade Creek, Lower Paterson Slough-Lake Umatilla, Lower Sixprong Creek, Middle Dead Canyon, Middle East Branch Glade Creek, Middle Glade Creek, Moore Canyon, Paterson Ridge, Prior Ranch, Sixprong Ranch, Spring Canyon, Straub Canyon, Threemile Canyon-Lake Umatilla, Town of Alderdale, Tule Creek, Upper Alder Creek, Upper Dead Canyon, Upper East Branch Glade Creek, Upper Four Mile Canyon, Upper Glade Creek, Upper Sixprong Creek, Youngs Ranch170701010301, 170701010302, 170701010303, 170701010401, 170701010402, 170701010403, 170701010501, 170701010502, 170701010503, 170701010504, 170701010505, 170701010506, 170701010507, 170701010508, 170701010509, 170701010510, 170701010511, 170701010603, 170701010901, 170701010902, 170701010903, 170701010905, 170701011001, 170701011002, 170701011003, 170701011004, 170701011005, 170701011006, 170701011007, 170701011401---Reduce water temperature---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial StructureRiparian Condition, Water QualityLarge Woody Debris (LWD) Recruitment, Riparian Vegetation, TemperatureWater Temperature-AlderFourmile Canyon, GladeWater Resource Inventory Area 31 Initiating Governments contingent on assessments.-----Natural Resources Conservation Service, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Washington State Department of Ecology, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, conservation districts, private landowners--1---------05/04/2017-
100075RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION 5.7Research/Monitoring/EvaluationEvaluationEvaluate fish passage at the mouths of spawning tributaries relative to flow and alluvial fan morphology.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesKlickitat RiverSTMCRswKLTNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Klickitat River Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 74-75, Table 6-2Study passage at mouths of spawning tributaries relative to flow and alluvial fan morphology. Fish passage monitoring and assessment. Passage at mouths of some tributaries restricts access to spawning areas due to alterations in flow and alluvial fan morphology (research is needed).-Mouths of the following: Piscoe Creek, McCreedy Creek, White Creek and its tributaries (Brush Creek and Tepee Creek), Little Klickitat River tributaries (below Little Klickitat Falls), West Fork Klickitat River, Trout Creek, and tributaries flowing into the upper Klickitat River mainstem12 Sub-watershed(s)----Brush Creek, Cunningham Creek-Klickitat River, Diamond Fork, Headwaters Klickitat River, Lower Little Klickitat River, McCreedy Creek, Middle Little Klickitat River, Swamp Creek-Klickitat River, Tepee Creek, Trout Creek, West Fork Klickitat River, White Creek170701060101, 170701060102, 170701060103, 170701060104, 170701060106, 170701060108, 170701060201, 170701060206, 170701060207, 170701060208, 170701060304, 170701060307---Evaluate Klickitat Sub-basin in Relation to Habitat Limiting Factor Status---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial Structure----Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteSwaleDURATION: 101/01/201401/01/2015---Bonneville Power Administration, Klickitat Watershed Enhancement Project-011000007000070000----240000-03/31/2017-
100076RESEARCH, MONITORING, EVALUATION 6.2Research/Monitoring/EvaluationMonitoringMonitor the effectiveness of instream habitat projects in the Klickitat sub-basin.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 SegmentSection 8.4, pg. 104Monitor effectiveness of habitat projects relative to the quality of habitat achieved; track changes in limiting factors. The effectiveness of actions designed to improve instream habitat needs to be evaluated to determine if actions are effectively improving habitat. If not, actions should be modified based on the results of the monitoring and assessment to improve effectiveness.-Instream habitat project sites in the Klickitat sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Klickitat17070106-------Monitor Effectiveness of Actions---Abundance, Diversity, Productivity, Spatial Structure----Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, West Fork Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, Major, Surveyors, Swale, Trout CreekAction incorporates information collected in other tasks (RME Actions #4.1, 4.2, 4.3, 4.4)---01/01/2002-Bonneville Power Administration-0150000120000700007000070000-Some funding secured under Klickitat M&E and KWEP projects380000-03/31/2017-
100077HATCHERY 5.1Research/Monitoring/EvaluationResearchInvestigate impacts of WDFW outplanted hatchery trout in the Little Klickitat River and Fish Lake Stream.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesKlickitat RiverSTMCRswKLTNot Started1---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Klickitat River Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population SegmentSection 6.2, pg. 69Investigate impacts of WDFW hatchery trout outplants in the Little Klickitat River and Fish Lake Stream using creel census, genetic samples, marking production, and other appropriate tools. The continued release of Goldendale Hatchery trout in the Little Klickitat River should be evaluated by WDFW because of the potential for adverse interactions with naturally spawning steelhead that are known to escape above the falls. WDFW planting records for 2006 show 5,214 hatchery rainbow trout were released into the upper Little Klickitat River and 844 hatchery rainbow trout were released into Bird Creek, a tributary to Outlet Creek in the Glenwood Valley. Goldendale Hatchery rainbow trout have been cultured to be ¿fall spawners¿ to minimize genetic impacts. However, competition, predation, disease, and harvest impacts should be evaluated.-Little Klickitat River, Bird Creek, Fish Lake Stream5 Sub-watershed(s)----Fraiser Creek, Lower Little Klickitat River, Middle Little Klickitat River, Upper Little Klickitat River, West Fork Klickitat River170701060106, 170701060204, 170701060302, 170701060304, 170701060307---Determine and minimize impacts of hatchery trout releases in the Klickitat sub-basin.---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureFood, Habitat QuantityFood (Competition), Habitat Quantity (Competition)Competition-Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, West Fork Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, Major, Surveyors, Swale, Trout CreekLittle Klickitat is priority as, Fish Lake Plants are triplod. NMFS would work on permitting (4d, Section 10), not implementation.DURATION: 301/01/201201/01/2015-----01100001000010000----30000-03/31/2017-
100078HABITAT 2.1Fish Passage/ExclusionRoad CrossingReplace partial-barrier culverts in the Klickitat sub-basin.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. 74-75, Table 6-2Replace culverts. Partial-barrier culverts exist near the mouth and upstream on Piscoe Creek, near the mouth of McCreedy Creek, and on some Little Klickitat tributaries, on White Creek and its tributaries limiting upstream movement of juveniles from rearing habitat to perennial refugia.-Culverts in the Klickitat sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Klickitat17070106-------Restore passage and connectivity between habitat areas---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureHabitat QuantityAnthropogenic BarriersPassage---------Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Washington State Department of Transportation, Yakama Nation, private landowners-01-500000500000500000500000--2000000-03/31/2017-
100079HABITAT 3.1Habitat Restoration/ManagementInstream/ChannelPlace large woody debris (LWD) in headwater streams in the upper Klickitat River sub-basin to stop head-cutting.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. 75, Table 6-3Place large woody debris (LWD) or other structures in headwater streams in the Klickitat River sub-basin to stop head-cutting. Instream structures can improve channel stability, trap sediments, and raise the stream bed so that the stream can more effectively interact with the floodplain. Typical structures include debris jams, rootwads, boulder clusters, whole trees, and rock weirs.-Headwater streams in the upper Klickitat sub-basin13 Sub-watershed(s)----Big Muddy Creek, Brush Creek, Cunningham Creek-Klickitat River, Diamond Fork, Headwaters Klickitat River, Little Muddy Creek, McCreedy Creek, Summit Creek, Swamp Creek-Klickitat River, Tepee Creek, Trout Creek, West Fork Klickitat River, White Creek170701060101, 170701060102, 170701060103, 170701060104, 170701060105, 170701060106, 170701060107, 170701060108, 170701060201, 170701060206, 170701060207, 170701060208, 170701060209---Restore floodplain function and channel migration processes---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and FormInstream Structural Complexity--Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, SwaleKlickitat County and/or other WRIA 30 Initiating Governments (state agencies: DNR, WDFW, WDOE, conservation districts, WSDOT) contingent upon findings of assessments (e.g. RM&E strategies 4 & 5).-----Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board-4300001--150000150000150000-Teepee Creek funded.880000-03/31/2017-
100080HABITAT 3.2Habitat Restoration/ManagementInstream/ChannelRestore stream length.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. 75, Table 6-3Restore stream length.-Streams in the Klickitat sub-basin that are within the Yakama Nation reservation boundary15 Sub-watershed(s)----Bacon Creek-Klickitat River, Big Muddy Creek, Brush Creek, Cunningham Creek-Klickitat River, Diamond Fork, Fraiser Creek, Headwaters Klickitat River, Little Muddy Creek, McCreedy Creek, Summit Creek, Swamp Creek-Klickitat River, Tepee Creek, Trout Creek, West Fork Klickitat River, White Creek170701060101, 170701060102, 170701060103, 170701060104, 170701060105, 170701060106, 170701060107, 170701060108, 170701060201, 170701060204, 170701060206, 170701060207, 170701060208, 170701060209, 170701060210---Restore floodplain function and channel migration processes---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial Structure----Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, SwaleKlickitat County and/or other WRIA 30 Initiating Governments contingent upon findings of assessments (e.g. RM&E strategies 4 & 5).---01/01/2010-Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board-4000001---300000300000--1000000-03/31/2017-
100081HABITAT 3.3Habitat Restoration/ManagementInstream/ChannelRestore cross-section morphology and roughness in streams in the Klickitat sub-basin.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. 75, Table 6-3Restore cross-section morphology and roughness.-Klickitat sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Klickitat17070106-------Restore floodplain function and channel migration processes---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and FormBed and Channel Form--Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, SwaleKlickitat County and/or other WRIA 30 Initiating Governments contingent upon findings of assessments (e.g. RM&E strategies 4 & 5).---01/01/2010-Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board-3850001-150000150000150000150000-2010 funding secured for Tepee Creek (Salmon Recovery Funding Board grant)985000-03/31/2017-
100082HABITAT 3.4Habitat Restoration/ManagementInstream/ChannelIncrease pool quantity and quality in the Klickitat sub-basin.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. 75, Table 6-3Increase pool quantity and quality; pool riffle ratio.-Klickitat sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Klickitat17070106-------Restore floodplain function and channel migration processes---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureChannel Structure and FormInstream Structural Complexity--Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, SwaleKlickitat County and/or other WRIA 30 Initiating Governments contingent upon findings of assessments (e.g. RM&E strategies 4 & 5).01/01/2005----Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board-5500001175000175000--175000-2010 funding secured for Upper Klickitat1075000-03/31/2017-
100083HABITAT 3.7Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandRelocate floodplain infrastructure in the Klickitat sub-basin.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesKlickitat RiverSTMCRswKLTNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Klickitat River Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 75, Table 6-3Relocate/soften floodplain infrastructure.Design work initiated for one bridge in sub-basin.Floodplain infrastructure in the Klickitat sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Klickitat17070106-------Restore floodplain function and channel migration processes---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructurePeripheral and Transitional HabitatsFloodplain Conditions--Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, SwaleKlickitat County and/or other WRIA 30 Initiating Governments contingent upon findings of assessments (e.g. RM&E strategies 4 & 5).DURATION: 501/01/2012----Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, United States Bureau of Indian Affairs, Washington State Department of Transportation-01-65000060000040000004000000--9250000-03/31/2017-
100084HABITAT 3.9Habitat Restoration/Management, Water Quality/QuantityRiparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Sediment/Land UsePerforate roads to allow peak flows to move into floodplains in the Klickitat sub-basin.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissMiddle Columbia River Steelhead DPSCascades Eastern Slope TributariesKlickitat RiverSTMCRswKLTNot Started2---NMFS Recovery PlanRecovery Plan for the Klickitat River Population of the Middle Columbia River Steelhead Distinct Population Segmentpg. 75, Table 6-3Perforate roads to allow peak flows to move into floodplain.-Roads in the Klickitat sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Klickitat17070106-------Restore floodplain function and channel migration processes---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureSediment Conditions, Water QuantityIncreased Sediment Quantity, Increased Water Quantity--Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, SwaleKlickitat County and/or other WRIA 30 Initiating Governments contingent upon findings of assessments (e.g. RM&E strategies 4 & 5).-----Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Yakama Agency, private landowners-01-225000300000150000---675000-03/31/2017-
100085HABITAT 3.10Habitat Restoration/Management, Water Quality/QuantityRiparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Sediment/Land UseRelocate or abandon mid-slope and valley-bottom roads in the Klickitat sub-basin.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. 75, Table 6-3Relocate or abandon mid-slope roads where possible. Relocate or abandon valley-bottom roads where possible.-Mid-slope and valley-bottom roads in the Klickitat sub-basin1 Sub-basin(s)Klickitat17070106-------Restore floodplain function and channel migration processes---Abundance, Productivity, Spatial StructureSediment Conditions, Water QuantityIncreased Sediment Quantity, Increased Water Quantity--Lower Mainstem Klickitat, Middle Mainstem Klickitat, Upper Little Klickitat, Upper Mainstem Klickitat, WhiteLower Little Klickitat, SwaleKlickitat County and/or other WRIA 30 Initiating Governments contingent upon findings of assessments (e.g. RM&E strategies 4 & 5).---01/01/1999-Bonneville Power Administration, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Washington State Department of Natural Resources, Yakama Agency, private landowners-2000001-200000200000200000---800000-03/31/2017-
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