Rattlesnake Creek Passage and Wetland Habitat Enhancement

Salmonid Habitat Restoration and Acquisition

Fish Passage Improvement Instream Habitat Riparian Habitat Wetland
Project ID2009-4-01
Recovery DomainsWillamette and Interior Columbia
Start Date05/01/2010
End Date12/31/2013
Year2009
StatusCompleted
Last Edited10/21/2021
 
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Description    


The grant funded restoration work at multiple sites on Rattesnake Creek and key tributaries. Yakama Nation worked closely with Underwood Conservation District (UCD) and Mid-Columbia Fisheries Enhancement Group (MCFEG), who managed restoration projects under subcontracts with Yakama Nation. The project work included fish passage, floodplain/wetland restoration, livestock exclusion fencing, development of off-channel livestock watering access, and protection of the creek from recreational impacts.

The restoration work managed by UCD are: Uno Bull, Jebe Swale, Indian Creek Fish Passage, Castle Springs, and monitoring. The restoration work managed by MCFEG included the Upper Rattlesnake/Knickpoint restoration and the Steven’s family fence. A short summary of each project is included here. A more detailed “completion memos” and final reports for the UCD work conducted were included in previous progress reports.

The Upper Rattlesnake/Knickpoint Restoration project addressed channel instability and stabilized multiple knick points on upper Rattlesnake creek. The project installed three large, constructed riffles to backwater knickpoints and reduce the creek’s energy at this location. More than sixty logs (many with root wads attached) were placed on the floodplain to add roughness. The project area was planted and fenced.

The Uno Bull site was identified as a small tributary to Rattlesnake Creek where open range cattle accessed the creek for watering. UCD installed a hardened water gap in the stream and placed woody debris to block cattle access in upstream and downstream sections of the stream. The area was planted and seeded. The site is adjacent to the Upper Rattlesnake / Knickpoint project and creation of a hardened water gap at this location complements the project and reduces livestock pressure at this site.

Jebe Swale is located up upper Rattlesnake Creek where UCD had worked with the landowners and open range cattlemen to install livestock exclusion fencing about 15 years ago. Unfortunately, intense cattle trailing along the outside of the fence had captured stream flows and eroded and severely incised the channel bed. UCD removed the fence from its previous location, installed woody debris along the incised channel, re-located the exlusion fence outside of the riparian area and planted and seeded.

Castle Springs is a small tributary to Rattlesnake Creek that had downcut over the years due to intense logging, straightening (due to a narrow gauge railroad), and cattle grazing. While the landowner was not interested in riparian fencing at this site, UCD, under the guidance of Will Conley, YNFP Restoration Specialist, constructed rock riffles and a large log jam to backwater flows and allow stream aggradation to occur. The site was also seeded and planted.
Indian Creek is a tributary to Rattlesnake Creek where UCD managed the design and construction of a county road crossing. The previous crossing was a fish passage barrier and the new crossing is an open-bottom, stream simulation bridge. The area was also planted and seeded.

Fencing at the Stevens’ property was completed to reduce impacts of river users at and below lower Rattlesnake Falls. The pool and reach below the falls is sensitive fish habitat, which was being negatively impacted by recreationists who were trespassing both on foot and with ATVs. Two segments of fence were constructed in the spring of 2013 to eliminate parking, prevent ATV access, and dissuade pedestrian access. (See “Worksite #5”). Monitoring was conducted by UCD within the Rattlesnake Creek subbasin, primarily looking at water quantity. UCD has shallow groundwater wells, piezometers, which show whether aquifer recharge and water storage is improving with some of the channel restoration work being accomplished in the upper watershed. UCD continued to take periodic measurements at these piezometer sites.

Project Benefit    


Addressed upland limiting habitat factors in the Rattlesnake Creek drainage that were identified as highest priority by a number of different assessments including the draft NOAA Recovery Plan for Middle Columbia River Steelhead, the White Salmon Subbasin Plan, the Klickitat Lead Entity Salmon Recovery Strategy, all of which the YN was extensively involved with, and represented the most efficient means to optimize subsequent habitat enhancement efforts. Some projects have already been initiated to slow or reverse degradation of ecosystem processes in the upper Rattlesnake watershed: private and public landowners have agreed to and in some cases initiated the installation of sediment control and re-vegetation to address channel instability and recharge floodplains, cattle exclusion fencing and other measures to reduce sediment inputs from grazing and human traffic in riparian and adjacent areas.

Accomplishments

Metric Completed Originally
Proposed
Instream Habitat
  Stream Miles Treated .96 .70
Wetland Habitat
  Acres Created
  Acres Treated 20.0 20.0
Riparian Habitat
  Stream Miles Treated 1.08 6.32
  Acres Treated 2.5 2.2
Fish Passage
  Barriers Removed 1 1
  Miles Opened 4.00 5.00

Funding Details

SourceFunds
PCSRF$169,955
Report Total:$169,955


Project Map



Worksites

1.Upper Rattlesnake-Knickpoint    


  • Worksite Identifier: 1.Upper Rattlesnake-Knickpoint
  • Start Date: 05/01/2010
  • End Date: 12/31/2013
Area Description

No Area Description data was found for this worksite.

Location Information

  • Basin: Middle Columbia
  • Subbasin: Middle Columbia-Hood
  • Watershed:
  • Subwatershed:
  • State: Washington
  • Recovery Domain: Willamette and Interior Columbia
  • Latitude: 45.88981
  • Longitude: -121.32309

ESU

  • Lower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESU
  • Lower Columbia River Coho Salmon ESU
  • Middle Columbia River Steelhead DPS

Map

Photos

Metrics

Metrics
  • C.0 Salmonid Habitat Restoration and AcquisitionY (Y/N)
    •      . . C.0.a Habitat restoration and acquisition funding 71,458.00
    •      . . C.0.b Length of stream treated/protected .30
    •      . . C.0.c
      Project identified in a Plan or Watershed Assessment
      ESA Recovery Plan for the White Salmon River Population of Middle Columbia River Steelhead. August 2008. Prepared by the National Marine Fisheries Service Northwest Region. Online at: http://www.nwr.noaa.gov/Salmon-Recovery-Planning/Recovery-Domains/Interior-Columbia/Mid-Columbia/upload/Mid-C-Prop-Plan-Wht-Slmn.pdf
    •      . . C.0.d.1 Project Monitoring (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.2 Monitoring Location (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.3
      Monitoring text (from Phase I)
      Pre-project and as-built surveys (cross sections), and post-high water monitoring completed
    •      . . C.4 Instream Habitat ProjectY (Y/N)
      •      . . . . C.4.a Instream Habitat Funding 69,470.00
      •      . . . . C.4.b Total length of instream habitat treated .20
      •      . . . . C.4.c.1 Channel reconfiguration and connectivityY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.2 Type of change to channel configuration and connectivity (LOV)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.3 Miles of stream treated for channel reconfiguration and connectivity .20
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.4 Miles of off-channel stream created through channel reconfiguration and connectivity .20
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.5 Acres of off-channel or floodplain connected through channel reconfiguration and connectivity .1
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.6 Instream pools created/added through channel reconfiguration and connectivity 3
      •      . . . . C.4.d.1 Channel structure placementY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.2 Material used for channel structure (LOV)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.3 Miles of stream treated through channel structure placement .20
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.4 Acres of streambed treated through channel structure placement .1
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.5 Pools expected to be created through channel structure placement 3
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.6 Yards of average stream-width at mid-point of channel structure placement project4 (Yards)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.7 Number of structures placed in channel 3
      •      . . C.5 Riparian Habitat ProjectY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . C.5.a Riparian Habitat Funding 994.00
        •      . . . . C.5.b.1 Total riparian miles streambank treated .30
        •      . . . . C.5.b.2 Total Riparian Acres Treated .2
        •      . . . . C.5.c.1 Riparian plantingY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.2
            Species of plants planted in riparian
            Pseudotsuga menziesii Pinus ponderosa Holodiscus discolor Cornus sericea Salix exigua Philadelphus lewisiiSymphoricarpos albus Rosa woodsii Amelanchier alnifolia Crataegus douglasii Additional planting completed of: 20 Pinus ponderosa 12 Cornus sericea in Tall one-gallon sized rooted plants along 40 feet of stream.
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.3 Acres planted in riparian .2
        •      . . . . C.5.d.1 FencingY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.d.2 Miles of fence along stream .25
          •      . . . . . . C.5.d.3 Acres of riparian area protected by fencing 2.2
        •      . . . . C.5.e.1 Riparian exclusionY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.e.2 Acres of riparian area protected by exclusion other than fencing 2.2
          •      . . . . . . C.5.e.3 Miles of riparian streambank protected by exclusion other than fencing .25
        •      . . C.8 Wetland ProjectY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . C.8.a Wetland funding 994.00
          •      . . . . C.8.b Total acres of wetland area treated 20.0
          •      . . . . C.8.e.1 Wetland improvement/restorationY (Y/N)
            •      . . . . . . C.8.e.2 Acres of wetland treated 20.0

2. Upper Rattlesnake    


  • Worksite Identifier: 2. Upper Rattlesnake
  • Start Date: 05/01/2010
  • End Date: 12/31/2013
Area Description

No Area Description data was found for this worksite.

Location Information

  • Basin: Middle Columbia
  • Subbasin: Middle Columbia-Hood
  • Watershed:
  • Subwatershed:
  • State: Washington
  • Recovery Domain: Willamette and Interior Columbia
  • Latitude: 45.89149
  • Longitude: -121.30543

ESU

  • Lower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESU
  • Lower Columbia River Coho Salmon ESU
  • Middle Columbia River Steelhead DPS

Map

Photos

Metrics

Metrics
  • C.0 Salmonid Habitat Restoration and AcquisitionY (Y/N)
    •      . . C.0.a Habitat restoration and acquisition funding 58,783.00
    •      . . C.0.b Length of stream treated/protected .26
    •      . . C.0.c
      Project identified in a Plan or Watershed Assessment
      Allen, M. B., P. J. Connolly, I. G. Jezorek, C. Munz, and J. Charrier, 2006a "Assess Current and Potential Salmonid Production in Rattlesnake Creek in Association with Restoration Efforts; US Geological Survey Reports", 2004-2005 Annual Report, Project No. 200102500, 101 electronic pages, (BPA Report DOE/BP-00005068-4) Allen, M., P. J. Connolly, C. Munz, and J. C. Charrier, 2006b. "Assess Current and Potential Salmonid Production in Rattlesnake Creek in Association with Restoration Efforts; US Geological Survey Reports", 2003- 2004 Annual Report, Project No. 200102500, 128 electronic pages, (BPA Report DOE/BP- 00005068-3) Allen, M. B. and P. J. Connolly. May 2005. Assessment of the White Salmon watershed using the Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment model. Prepared for the Yakama Nation Fisheries Department, Toppenish, Washington. http://www.ykfp.org/klickitat/Library/EDTWSreport.pdf. Haring, D. 2003. White Salmon River watershed addendum to Wind/ White Salmon water resource inventory area 29 salmonid limiting factor analysis (originally issued July 1999). Washington Conservation Commission, Olympia, Washington. Normandeau Associates. 2004. White Salmon Subbasin Plan. In Draft Intermountain Subbasin Plan, prepared for the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Portland, Oregon, May 2004. Rawding, D. 2000. White Salmon River subbasin summary. Draft. June 30, 2000. Prepared for: Northwest Power Planning Council, Portland, OR. Stampfli, S. M. 1994. White Salmon River Basin assessment and watershed enhancement project- basin water quality investigation report. Underwood Conservation District, White Salmon, WA. Western Watershed Analysts. 1997. Panakanic Watershed Analysis. Champion Pacific Timberlands, Inc.
    •      . . C.0.d.1 Project Monitoring (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.2 Monitoring Location (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.3
      Monitoring text (from Phase I)
      Flow monitoring was done on lower Rattlesnake Creek, utilizing an instream continuous flow gauge. Water table levels were also monitored using shallow groundwater wells, or piezometers, in the vicinity, just downstream of the project site.
    •      . . C.4 Instream Habitat ProjectY (Y/N)
      •      . . . . C.4.a Instream Habitat Funding 21,188.00
      •      . . . . C.4.b Total length of instream habitat treated .26
      •      . . . . C.4.d.1 Channel structure placementY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.2 Material used for channel structure (LOV)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.3 Miles of stream treated through channel structure placement .26
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.4 Acres of streambed treated through channel structure placement .1
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.5 Pools expected to be created through channel structure placement 20
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.6 Yards of average stream-width at mid-point of channel structure placement project2 (Yards)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.7 Number of structures placed in channel 30
      •      . . . . C.4.e.1 Streambank stabilization Y (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.e.2 Material Used For Streambank Stabilization (LOV)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.e.3 Miles of streambank stabilized .26
      •      . . C.5 Riparian Habitat ProjectY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . C.5.a Riparian Habitat Funding 37,595.00
        •      . . . . C.5.b.1 Total riparian miles streambank treated .26
        •      . . . . C.5.b.2 Total Riparian Acres Treated .1
        •      . . . . C.5.c.1 Riparian plantingY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.2
            Species of plants planted in riparian
            At Uno Bull watering gap site: Native grass seed mix consisting of: 40% Mountain brome, 21% Slender wheatgrass, 21% Idaho fescue, 10% Blue wildrye, 6% Big bluegrass and 2% Western yarrow. On November 1st, 2012, a total of 120 willow (Salix spp.) live stakes and seven Douglas-fir (Pseudotsuga menziesii) saplings were planted. The willows were planted along both banks of the stream, up and downstream of the constructed watering point. The Douglas-fir were planted in an approximately 200 square foot open area where slash was removed. At Jebe Swale restoration site: The project area was planted in 2012 with the following native plants: 1000 willow live stakes, 20 Douglas-fir, 10 western red cedar, 50 sedges, and approximately 30 shrubs including vine maple, red-osier dogwood, snowberry, oregon grape. The following plants were planted in 2013: 150 Willow live stakes and approximately 115 plugs and potted shrubs including red-osier dogwood, Nootka rose, sticky currant, chokecherry, blue elderberry, oceanspray, and Douglas spiraea.
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.3 Acres planted in riparian 3.0
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.4 Miles of streambank treated with riparian planting .25
        •      . . . . C.5.d.1 FencingY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.d.2 Miles of fence along stream .23
          •      . . . . . . C.5.d.3 Acres of riparian area protected by fencing 2.9
        •      . . . . C.5.e.1 Riparian exclusionY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.e.2 Acres of riparian area protected by exclusion other than fencing 2.9
          •      . . . . . . C.5.e.3 Miles of riparian streambank protected by exclusion other than fencing .23
        •      . . . . C.5.f.1 Water gap developmentY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.f.2 Number of water gap installations 1
          •      . . . . . . C.5.f.3 Miles of streambank protected by water gap development .23
        •      . . . . C.5.h.1 Riparian plant removal/controlY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.h.2
            Species of plants treated/removed in riparian
            Canary Reed grass
          •      . . . . . . C.5.h.3 Acres of riparian treated for plant removal/control .0

3. Castle Springs    


  • Worksite Identifier: 3. Castle Springs
  • Start Date: 05/01/2010
  • End Date: 12/31/2013
Area Description

No Area Description data was found for this worksite.

Location Information

  • Basin: Middle Columbia
  • Subbasin: Middle Columbia-Hood
  • Watershed:
  • Subwatershed:
  • State: Washington
  • Recovery Domain: Willamette and Interior Columbia
  • Latitude: 45.91485
  • Longitude: -121.25385

ESU

  • Lower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESU
  • Lower Columbia River Coho Salmon ESU
  • Middle Columbia River Steelhead DPS

Map

Photos

Metrics

Metrics
  • C.0 Salmonid Habitat Restoration and AcquisitionY (Y/N)
    •      . . C.0.a Habitat restoration and acquisition funding 30,000.00
    •      . . C.0.b Length of stream treated/protected .30
    •      . . C.0.c
      Project identified in a Plan or Watershed Assessment
      Allen, M. B., P. J. Connolly, I. G. Jezorek, C. Munz, and J. Charrier, 2006a "Assess Current and Potential Salmonid Production in Rattlesnake Creek in Association with Restoration Efforts; US Geological Survey Reports", 2004-2005 Annual Report, Project No. 200102500, 101 electronic pages, (BPA Report DOE/BP-00005068-4) Allen, M., P. J. Connolly, C. Munz, and J. C. Charrier, 2006b. "Assess Current and Potential Salmonid Production in Rattlesnake Creek in Association with Restoration Efforts; US Geological Survey Reports", 2003- 2004 Annual Report, Project No. 200102500, 128 electronic pages, (BPA Report DOE/BP- 00005068-3) Allen, M. B. and P. J. Connolly. May 2005. Assessment of the White Salmon watershed using the Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment model. Prepared for the Yakama Nation Fisheries Department, Toppenish, Washington. http://www.ykfp.org/klickitat/Library/EDTWSreport.pdf. Haring, D. 2003. White Salmon River watershed addendum to Wind/ White Salmon water resource inventory area 29 salmonid limiting factor analysis (originally issued July 1999). Washington Conservation Commission, Olympia, Washington. Normandeau Associates. 2004. White Salmon Subbasin Plan. In Draft Intermountain Subbasin Plan, prepared for the Northwest Power and Conservation Council. Portland, Oregon, May 2004. Rawding, D. 2000. White Salmon River subbasin summary. Draft. June 30, 2000. Prepared for: Northwest Power Planning Council, Portland, OR. Stampfli, S. M. 1994. White Salmon River Basin assessment and watershed enhancement project- basin water quality investigation report. Underwood Conservation District, White Salmon, WA. Western Watershed Analysts. 1997. Panakanic Watershed Analysis. Champion Pacific Timberlands, Inc.
    •      . . C.0.d.1 Project Monitoring (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.2 Monitoring Location (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.3
      Monitoring text (from Phase I)
      Photomonitoring from a fixed location on site.
    •      . . C.4 Instream Habitat ProjectY (Y/N)
      •      . . . . C.4.a Instream Habitat Funding 28,300.00
      •      . . . . C.4.b Total length of instream habitat treated .50
      •      . . . . C.4.c.1 Channel reconfiguration and connectivityY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.2 Type of change to channel configuration and connectivity (LOV)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.3 Miles of stream treated for channel reconfiguration and connectivity .05
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.4 Miles of off-channel stream created through channel reconfiguration and connectivity .00
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.5 Acres of off-channel or floodplain connected through channel reconfiguration and connectivity .0
        •      . . . . . . C.4.c.6 Instream pools created/added through channel reconfiguration and connectivity 5
      •      . . . . C.4.d.1 Channel structure placementY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.2 Material used for channel structure (LOV)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.3 Miles of stream treated through channel structure placement .05
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.4 Acres of streambed treated through channel structure placement .1
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.5 Pools expected to be created through channel structure placement 5
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.6 Yards of average stream-width at mid-point of channel structure placement project4 (Yards)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.d.7 Number of structures placed in channel 5
      •      . . . . C.4.e.1 Streambank stabilization Y (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.e.2 Material Used For Streambank Stabilization (LOV)
        •      . . . . . . C.4.e.3 Miles of streambank stabilized .05
      •      . . C.5 Riparian Habitat ProjectY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . C.5.a Riparian Habitat Funding 1,700.00
        •      . . . . C.5.b.1 Total riparian miles streambank treated .50
        •      . . . . C.5.b.2 Total Riparian Acres Treated .2
        •      . . . . C.5.c.1 Riparian plantingY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.2
            Species of plants planted in riparian
            Dry Seed Mix (~2 acres): Blue Wildrye – 40% California Brome – 40% Slender Hairgrass – 10% Blue Bunch Wheatgrass – 10% Moist Seed Mix (~1/4 acre): Tall Mannagrass – 41.93% American Sloughgrass – 35.23% Water Foxtail – 14.97% Tufted Hairgrass – 3.35% Slender Hairgrass – 4.51% In addition, to mimic the meadow ecosystem, this area was planted with the following shrubs: 50 Douglas spirea, 50 Nootka rose, 50 woods rose, 10 Black hawthorne, and about 250 locally-collected willow livestakes. __________
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.3 Acres planted in riparian .2
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.4 Miles of streambank treated with riparian planting .23
        •      . . . . C.5.d.1 FencingY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.d.2 Miles of fence along stream .20
          •      . . . . . . C.5.d.3 Acres of riparian area protected by fencing .5
        •      . . . . C.5.e.1 Riparian exclusionY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.e.2 Acres of riparian area protected by exclusion other than fencing .5
          •      . . . . . . C.5.e.3 Miles of riparian streambank protected by exclusion other than fencing .20
        •      . . . . C.5.f.1 Water gap developmentY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.f.2 Number of water gap installations 1
          •      . . . . . . C.5.f.3 Miles of streambank protected by water gap development .25

4. Indian Creek    


  • Worksite Identifier: 4. Indian Creek
  • Start Date: 05/01/2010
  • End Date: 12/31/2013
Area Description

No Area Description data was found for this worksite.

Location Information

  • Basin: Middle Columbia
  • Subbasin: Middle Columbia-Hood
  • Watershed:
  • Subwatershed:
  • State: Washington
  • Recovery Domain: Willamette and Interior Columbia
  • Latitude: 45.79958
  • Longitude: -121.47563

ESU

  • Lower Columbia River Chinook Salmon ESU
  • Lower Columbia River Coho Salmon ESU
  • Middle Columbia River Steelhead DPS

Map

Photos

Metrics

Metrics
  • C.0 Salmonid Habitat Restoration and AcquisitionY (Y/N)
    •      . . C.0.a Habitat restoration and acquisition funding 9,714.00
    •      . . C.0.b Length of stream treated/protected .00
    •      . . C.0.c
      Project identified in a Plan or Watershed Assessment
      unkown
    •      . . C.0.d.1 Project Monitoring (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.2 Monitoring Location (LOV)
    •      . . C.0.d.3
      Monitoring text (from Phase I)
      Flow gauge downstream at the mouth of Rattlesnake Creek will show improvements in flow regime. Fish surveys will be conducted before and after barrier removal. Plantings will be maintained and survival surveys conducted. Photo documentation will be carried out to monitor changes.
    •      . . C.2 Fish Passage ImprovementY (Y/N)
      •      . . . . C.2.a Fish Passage Funding 8,139.00
      •      . . . . C.2.b.1 Length of stream made accessible 4.00
      •      . . . . C.2.b.2 Square miles of streambed made accessible0 (Square miles)
      •      . . . . C.2.b.3 Type of blockage/barrier (LOV)
      •      . . . . C.2.b.4 Number of blockages/impediments/barriers impeding passage 1
      •      . . . . C.2.c.1 Fish passage blockages removed or altered (other than road crossings reported in C.2.f to C.2.i)Y (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.2.c.2 Number of blockages/impediments/barriers removed/altered 1
      •      . . . . C.2.d.1 Fishway chutes or pools installedY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.2.d.2 Number of fishway chutes/pools installed 1
      •      . . . . C.2.f.1 Culvert installed or improved at road stream crossingY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.2.f.2 Number of culverts installed or improved 1
        •      . . . . . . C.2.f.3 Miles of stream made accessible by culvert installation/upgrade .00
      •      . . . . C.2.g.1 Bridge installed or improved at road stream crossingY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . . . C.2.g.2 Number of bridges installed or improved/upgraded 1
        •      . . . . . . C.2.g.3 Miles of stream made accessible by bridge installation or improvement/upgrade 4.00
      •      . . C.5 Riparian Habitat ProjectY (Y/N)
        •      . . . . C.5.a Riparian Habitat Funding 1,575.00
        •      . . . . C.5.b.1 Total riparian miles streambank treated .02
        •      . . . . C.5.b.2 Total Riparian Acres Treated 2.0
        •      . . . . C.5.c.1 Riparian plantingY (Y/N)
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.2
            Species of plants planted in riparian
            Alnus rubra Pseudotsuga menziesii Oemleria cerasiformis Thuja plicata Amelanchier alnifolia Holodiscus discolor Philadelphus lewisii Mahonia aquifolium Physocarpus capitatus Symphoricarpos albus Polystichum munitum Salix spp. Acer circinatum_
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.3 Acres planted in riparian 1.0
          •      . . . . . . C.5.c.4 Miles of streambank treated with riparian planting .25