RAMT Actions

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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
101813SAC-SCS-9.1Research/Monitoring/EvaluationMonitoringDevelop and implement a non-native species monitoring program.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSMonte Arido HighlandsVentura RiverSTSCAwiVERNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, National Marine Fisheries Service, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Ventura CountyCDFG, CT, EII, NMFS, SCHR, TCFT, USFWS, VCNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 9-62, Table 9-6Develop and implement an on-going monitoring program to track the status and impacts of non-native species of plants and animals on all O. mykiss life history stages, particularly rearing juveniles.--1 Sub-watershed(s)----San Antonio Creek180701010103-----A, C, EDisease or predation., Other natural or manmade factors affecting its continued existence., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Non-Native Species--DURATION: 100--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
101893PC-SCS-1.1Habitat Restoration/Management, Regulation/Law Enforcement, Water Quality/QuantityRegulation, Riparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Sediment/Land UseDevelop, adopt, and implement agricultural land-use planning policies and standards.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSMonte Arido HighlandsSanta Clara RiverSTSCAwiSCRNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, Keep Sespe Wild, Los Angeles County, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest Service, Ventura CountyCDFG, CT, EII, KSW, LAC, NMFS, NRCS, SCHR, TCFT, USBLM, USFS, USFWS, VCNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 9-77, Table 9-7Develop, adopt, and implement land-use planning policies and development standards that restrict further agricultural encroachment within the active floodplain/riparian corridor to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation, and rearing, and their associated habitats.-Floodplain and riparian areas2 Watershed(s)--Lower Piru Creek, Upper Piru Creek1807010205, 1807010206-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Agricultural Development--DURATION: 5--------562400------62400-03/31/2017-
101894PC-SCS-1.2Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandManage livestock grazing to maintain or restore aquatic habitat functions.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSMonte Arido HighlandsSanta Clara RiverSTSCAwiSCRNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, Los Angeles County, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest Service, Ventura CountyCDFG, CT, EII, LAC, NMFS, NRCS, SCHR, TCFT, USBLM, USFS, USFWS, VCNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 9-77, Table 9-7Develop and implement a plan to manage livestock grazing to restore and/or protect riparian functions (e.g., control stream bank and floodplain erosion, dissipate stream energy, capture sediment during high flows, etc.) to sustain aquatic habitat features (e.g., physical diversity, cover, and water quality) essential for all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing.-Floodplain and riparian areas2 Watershed(s)--Lower Piru Creek, Upper Piru Creek1807010205, 1807010206-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Agricultural Development--DURATION: 5--------547520------47520-03/31/2017-
101895PC-SCS-1.3Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandManage agricultural development and restore riparian zones.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSMonte Arido HighlandsSanta Clara RiverSTSCAwiSCRNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, Keep Sespe Wild, Los Angeles County, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest Service, Ventura CountyCDFG, CT, EII, KSW, LAC, NMFS, NRCS, SCHR, TCFT, USBLM, USFS, USFWS, VCNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 9-77, Table 9-7Develop and implement a plan to manage agricultural development outside of the active floodplain (defined by 2-5 year frequency flood event) to create an effective riparian buffer; restore and re-vegetate a minimum riparian buffer to allow the channel to maintain natural structural diversity to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats. The extent of the floodplain and riparian buffer shall be determined on a case-by-case basis taking into account site specific conditions.-Riparian areas 2 Watershed(s)--Lower Piru Creek, Upper Piru Creek1807010205, 1807010206-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Agricultural Development--DURATION: 20--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
101896PC-SCS-2.1Water Quality/QuantitySediment/Land Use, Stormwater/Wastewater, Toxic ChemicalsDevelop and implement a plan to minimize runoff from agricultural activities.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSMonte Arido HighlandsSanta Clara RiverSTSCAwiSCRNot Started2-California Trout, Earth Island Institute, Keep Sespe Wild, Los Angeles County, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Regional Water Quality Control Board, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest Service, Ventura CountyCT, EII, KSW, LAC, NMFS, NRCS, RWQCB, SCHR, TCFT, USFS, USFWS, VCNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 9-77, Table 9-7Develop and implement a plan to reduce or eliminate nutrient and pesticide/herbicide runoff and sediment inputs into natural watercourses from agricultural activities to provide water quality suitable for all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitat.-Agricultural lands2 Watershed(s)--Lower Piru Creek, Upper Piru Creek1807010205, 1807010206-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Agricultural Effluents--DURATION: 20--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
101982AHC-SCS-11.1Habitat Restoration/Management, Water Quality/QuantityRiparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Sediment/Land UseManage roadways and adjacent riparian corridors and restore abandoned roadways.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSConception CoastArroyo HondoSTSCAwiARHNot Started3-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Transportation, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Santa Barbara County, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Department of Transportation, United States Fish and Wildlife ServiceCDFG, CDOT, CT, EII, NMFS, NRCS, SBC, SCHR, TCFT, USDOT, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 10-26, Table 10-7Develop and implement a plan to manage roadways adjacent to riparian/floodplain corridors to reduce sedimentation, or other non-point pollution sources, before it enters natural watercourses to protect all steelhead life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats. Restore and re-vegetate abandoned roadways with native, locally occurring species.-Roadways1 Sub-watershed(s)----Tajiguas Creek-Frontal Santa Barbara Channel180600130105-----A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Roads--DURATION: 20--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
102534SD-SCS-7.2Habitat Restoration/Management, Water Quality/QuantityRiparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Toxic ChemicalsDevelop and implement a plan to vegetate levees and eliminate or minimize herbicide use near levees.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSan Dieguito RiverSTSCAwiSDGNot Started3-California Department of Fish and Game, California State Coastal Conservancy, California Trout, Federal Emergency Management Agency, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego County, San Diego Trout, San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy, Trout Unlimited, United States Department of Transportation, United States Fish and Wildlife ServiceCDFG, CSCC, CT, FEMA, NMFS, NRCS, RWQCB, SDC, SDRVC, SDT, TU, USDOT, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-52, Table 13-9Develop and implement a plan to vegetate levees with native, naturally occurring vegetation, wherever feasible, and eliminate or minimize the use of herbicides to control native vegetation adjacent to existing levees to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats.-Levees3 Watershed(s)--Lower Santa Ysabel Creek, San Dieguito River, Upper Santa Ysabel Creek1807030401, 1807030402, 1807030403-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Levees and Channelization--DURATION: 100--------5-------0-03/31/2017-
102600SWR-SCS-10.1Habitat Restoration/ManagementForest/Upland, Other Habitat Restoration/ManagementReview and modify development and management plans for recreational areas and national forests.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSweetwater RiverSTSCAwiSWROngoing2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Parks and Recreation, California State Coastal Conservancy, California Trout, National Marine Fisheries Service, San Diego County, San Diego Trout, Sweetwater Authority, Trout Unlimited, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest ServiceCDFG, CDPR, CSCC, CT, NMFS, SDC, SDT, SWA, TU, USFS, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-65, Table 13-11Review development and management plans for recreational areas and national forest lands and modify to provide specific provisions to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats. Provide specific provisions for the restoration and protection of creeks, rivers, estuaries, wetlands and riparian/floodplain areas, including an effective setback for all development from estuarine and riparian habitats. Regulate the use of day-use areas and other recreational facilities to minimize impacts to aquatic and wetland habitats to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats. (e.g., Sweetwater River Watershed Management Plan, Sweetwater Marsh National Wildlife Refuge Management Plan)-Recreational areas and national forests2 Watershed(s)--Lower Sweetwater River, Upper Sweetwater River1807030408, 1807030409-------A, B, C, D, EDisease or predation., Other natural or manmade factors affecting its continued existence., Overutilization for commercial, recreational, scientific, or educational purposes., The inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Recreational Facilities-----------5------Cost of doing business.0-03/31/2017-
102601SWR-SCS-10.2Outreach/EducationOutreach/EducationDevelop and implement a public education program on watershed processes.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSweetwater RiverSTSCAwiSWRNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Parks and Recreation, California State Coastal Conservancy, California Trout, National Marine Fisheries Service, San Diego County, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego Trout, Sweetwater Authority, Trout Unlimited, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest ServiceCDFG, CDPR, CSCC, CT, NMFS, SDC, SDCWA, SDT, SWA, TU, USFS, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-65, Table 13-11Develop and implement a public education program (including signage at public access points) to promote public understanding of watershed processes (including the natural fire-cycle) and O. mykiss ecology to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats.--2 Watershed(s)--Lower Sweetwater River, Upper Sweetwater River1807030408, 1807030409-------A, B, C, D, EDisease or predation., Other natural or manmade factors affecting its continued existence., Overutilization for commercial, recreational, scientific, or educational purposes., The inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Recreational Facilities--DURATION: 20--------576140761407614076140---304560-03/31/2017-
102602SWR-SCS-11.1Habitat Restoration/Management, Water Quality/QuantityEstuary/Nearshore, Instream/Channel, Riparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Sediment/Land UseDevelop and implement a plan to remove or reduce approach-fill for railroad lines and roads.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSweetwater RiverSTSCAwiSWROngoing2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Transportation, California State Coastal Conservancy, California Trout, National Marine Fisheries Service, San Diego County, San Diego Trout, Sweetwater Authority, Trout Unlimited, United States Department of Transportation, United States Fish and Wildlife ServiceCDFG, CDOT, CSCC, CT, NMFS, SDC, SDT, SWA, TU, USDOT, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-65, Table 13-11Develop and implement a plan to remove or reduce approach-fill for railroad lines and roads and maximize the clear spanning of active channels, floodways, and estuaries to accommodate natural river and estuarine fluvial processes to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats. (e.g., U.S. Interstate 5)-Railroad lines and roads2 Watershed(s)--Lower Sweetwater River, Upper Sweetwater River1807030408, 1807030409-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Roads-----------5------Cost of doing business.0-03/31/2017-
102603SWR-SCS-11.2Habitat Restoration/Management, Water Quality/QuantityRiparian/Floodplain/Wetland, Sediment/Land UseManage roadways and adjacent riparian corridors and restore abandoned roadways.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSweetwater RiverSTSCAwiSWRNot Started3-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Transportation, California State Coastal Conservancy, California Trout, National Marine Fisheries Service, San Diego County, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego Trout, Trout Unlimited, United States Department of Transportation, United States Fish and Wildlife ServiceCDFG, CDOT, CSCC, CT, NMFS, SDC, SDCWA, SDT, TU, USDOT, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-66, Table 13-11Develop and implement a plan to manage roadways adjacent to riparian/floodplain corridors to reduce sedimentation, or other non-point pollution sources, before it enters natural watercourses to protect all steelhead life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats. Restore and re-vegetate abandoned roadways with native, locally occurring species.-Roadways2 Watershed(s)--Lower Sweetwater River, Upper Sweetwater River1807030408, 1807030409-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Roads--DURATION: 20--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
102553SDR-SCS-1.3Habitat Restoration/ManagementRiparian/Floodplain/WetlandManage agricultural development and restore riparian zones.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSan Diego RiverSTSCAwiSDRNot Started3-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego County, San Diego River Park Foundation, San Diego Trout, Trout Unlimited, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest ServiceCDFG, CT, NMFS, NRCS, RWQCB, SDC, SDRPF, SDT, TU, USBLM, USFS, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-56, Table 13-10Develop and implement a plan to manage agricultural development outside of the active floodplain (defined by 2-5 year frequency flood event) to create an effective riparian buffer; restore and re-vegetate a minimum riparian buffer to allow the channel to maintain natural structural diversity to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats. The extent of the floodplain and riparian buffer shall be determined on a case-by-case basis taking into account site specific conditions.-Riparian areas 3 Watershed(s)--Lower San Diego River, San Vicente Creek, Upper San Diego River1807030405, 1807030406, 1807030407-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Agricultural Development--DURATION: 10--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
102554SDR-SCS-2.1Water Quality/QuantitySediment/Land Use, Stormwater/Wastewater, Toxic ChemicalsDevelop and implement a plan to minimize runoff from agricultural activities.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSan Diego RiverSTSCAwiSDRNot Started3-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Regional Water Quality Control Board, San Diego County, San Diego River Park Foundation, San Diego Trout, Trout Unlimited, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest Service, United States Geological SurveyCDFG, CT, NMFS, NRCS, RWQCB, SDC, SDRPF, SDT, TU, USBLM, USFS, USFWS, USGSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-56, Table 13-10Develop and implement a plan to reduce or eliminate nutrient and pesticide/herbicide runoff and sediment inputs into natural watercourses from agricultural activities to provide water quality suitable for all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitat.-Agricultural lands3 Watershed(s)--Lower San Diego River, San Vicente Creek, Upper San Diego River1807030405, 1807030406, 1807030407-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Agricultural Effluents--DURATION: 20--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
102555SDR-SCS-3.1Fish Passage/ExclusionRoad CrossingDevelop and implement a plan to remove or modify fish passage barriers. steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSan Diego RiverSTSCAwiSDRNot Started1-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Transportation, California Department of Water Resources, California State Coastal Conservancy, California Trout, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, National Marine Fisheries Service, San Diego County, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego River Park Foundation, San Diego Trout, Trout Unlimited, United States Department of Transportation, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Forest ServiceCDFG, CDOT, CDWR, CSCC, CT, MWDSC, NMFS, SDC, SDCWA, SDRPF, SDT, TU, USDOT, USFS, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-56, Table 13-10Develop and implement a plan to prioritize, remove and/or modify anthropogenic fish passage barriers to allow natural rates of adult and juvenile O. mykiss migration between the estuary and upstream spawning and rearing habitats, passage of smolts and kelts downstream to the estuary and the ocean, and to reduce intrusion into the riparian corridor and restore sediment transport.-Fish passage barriers3 Watershed(s)--Lower San Diego River, San Vicente Creek, Upper San Diego River1807030405, 1807030406, 1807030407-------A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Culverts and Road Crossings (Passage Barriers)--DURATION: 20--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
102556SDR-SCS-4.1Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowDevelop and implement a water management plan for diversion operations.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSan Diego RiverSTSCAwiSDRNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Water Resources, California Trout, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, National Marine Fisheries Service, San Diego County, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego River Park Foundation, San Diego Trout, Trout Unlimited, United States Bureau of Reclamation, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Geological SurveyCDFG, CDWR, CT, MWDSC, NMFS, SDC, SDCWA, SDRPF, SDT, TU, USBOR, USFWS, USGSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-57, Table 13-10Develop and implement a water management plan to identify the appropriate diversion rates for all surface water diversions that will maintain surface flows necessary to support all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile O. mykiss migration, and suitable spawning, incubation, and rearing habitat.-Surface water diversions3 Watershed(s)--Lower San Diego River, San Vicente Creek, Upper San Diego River1807030405, 1807030406, 1807030407-------A, C, DDisease or predation., The inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Dams and Surface Water Diversions--DURATION: 20--------5---------03/31/2017-
102557SDR-SCS-4.2Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowDevelop and implement a water management plan for dam operations.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSSanta Catalina Gulf CoastSan Diego RiverSTSCAwiSDRNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Water Resources, California Trout, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, National Marine Fisheries Service, San Diego County, San Diego County Water Authority, San Diego River Park Foundation, San Diego Trout, Trout Unlimited, United States Bureau of Reclamation, United States Fish and Wildlife Service, United States Geological SurveyCDFG, CDWR, CT, MWDSC, NMFS, SDC, SDCWA, SDRPF, SDT, TU, USBOR, USFWS, USGSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 13-57, Table 13-10Develop and implement an operational plan to provide seasonal releases from dams to provide surface flows necessary to support all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile O. mykiss migration, spawning, incubation, and rearing habitats. (e.g., Murray, San Vicente, El Capitan, and Cuyamaca dams)-Dams3 Watershed(s)--Lower San Diego River, San Vicente Creek, Upper San Diego River1807030405, 1807030406, 1807030407-------A, C, DDisease or predation., The inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Dams and Surface Water Diversions--DURATION: 20--------5---------03/31/2017-
101959GC-SCS-3.1Fish Passage/ExclusionRoad CrossingDevelop and implement a plan to remove or modify fish passage barriers. steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSConception CoastCañada de la GaviotaSTSCAwiCLGNot Started1-California Department of Fish and Game, California Department of Parks and Recreation, California Department of Transportation, California State Coastal Conservancy, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, National Marine Fisheries Service, Santa Barbara County, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Department of Transportation, United States Fish and Wildlife ServiceCDFG, CDOT, CDPR, CSCC, CT, EII, NMFS, SBC, SCHR, TCFT, USACE, USBLM, USDOT, USFWSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 10-22, Table 10-6Develop and implement a plan to prioritize, remove and/or modify anthropogenic fish passage barriers to allow natural rates of adult and juvenile O. mykiss migration between the estuary and upstream spawning and rearing habitats, passage of smolts and kelts downstream to the estuary and the ocean, and to reduce intrusion into the riparian corridor and restore sediment transport.-Fish passage barriers1 Sub-watershed(s)----Canada De La Gaviota180600130103-----A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Culverts and Road Crossings (Passage Barriers)--DURATION: 20--------5------Refer to regional costs.0-03/31/2017-
101960GC-SCS-5.1Water Quality/QuantityInstream FlowDevelop and implement a flood control maintenance program.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSConception CoastCañada de la GaviotaSTSCAwiCLGNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, National Marine Fisheries Service, Natural Resources Conservation Service, Santa Barbara County, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Army Corps of Engineers, United States Bureau of Land Management, United States Geological SurveyCDFG, CT, EII, NMFS, NRCS, SBC, SCHR, TCFT, USACE, USBLM, USGSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 10-22, Table 10-6Develop and implement a flood control maintenance plan to minimize the frequency and intensity of disturbance of instream habitats and riparian vegetation (e.g., modification of natural channel morphology and removal of native vegetation) of the mainstem and tributaries to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing, and their associated habitats.--1 Sub-watershed(s)----Canada De La Gaviota180600130103-----A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Flood Control Maintenance--DURATION: 100--------5-------0-03/31/2017-
101961GC-SCS-6.1Research/Monitoring/Evaluation, Water Quality/QuantityEvaluation, Instream FlowConduct a groundwater extraction analysis and assessment.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSConception CoastCañada de la GaviotaSTSCAwiCLGNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California State Water Resources Control Board, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, National Marine Fisheries Service, Santa Barbara County, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, United States Geological SurveyCDFG, CSWRCB, CT, EII, NMFS, SBC, SCHR, TCFT, USGSNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 10-22, Table 10-6Conduct a hydrological analysis to identify groundwater extraction rates, effects on the natural pattern (timing, duration and magnitude) of surface flows in the mainstem, tributaries, and the estuary, and effects on all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile O. mykiss migration, spawning, incubation and rearing habitats.--1 Sub-watershed(s)----Canada De La Gaviota180600130103-----A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Groundwater Extraction--DURATION: 5--------5275550------275550-03/31/2017-
101725VenR-SCS-13.2Habitat Restoration/Management, Regulation/Law EnforcementRegulation, Riparian/Floodplain/WetlandDevelop, adopt, and implement urban land-use planning policies and standards.steelheadOncorhynchus mykissSouthern California Steelhead DPSMonte Arido HighlandsVentura RiverSTSCAwiVERNot Started2-California Department of Fish and Game, California Trout, Earth Island Institute, National Marine Fisheries Service, South Coast Habitat Restoration, Tri-County Fish Team, Ventura CountyCDFG, CT, EII, NMFS, SCHR, TCFT, VCNMFS Recovery PlanSouthern California Steelhead Recovery Planpage 9-46, Table 9-6Develop, adopt and implement land-use planning policies and development standards that restrict further development in the floodplain/riparian corridor to protect all O. mykiss life history stages, including adult and juvenile migration, spawning, incubation and rearing, habitats.-Floodplain and riparian areas2 Sub-watershed(s)----Lower Ventura River, Upper Ventura River180701010104, 180701010106-----A, DThe inadequacy of existing regulatory mechanisms., The present or threatened destruction, modification, or curtailment of its habitat or range.----Urban Development--Combine with action # VenR-SCS-13.1?DURATION: 5--------562400------62400-03/31/2017-
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