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Objectives

Objectives (from 2004 subbasin plan and data)
1,000 natural adultsSummer Steelhead
500 natural adultsSpring Chinook
700 adults distributed among 7 local populationsBull Trout
Enhance Interior functionality to achieve habitat parameters for focal and other obligate species within habitat classified as ECA Class 1 & 2 (14,000 acres), within protected areas (GAP), and areas of private land that meet one or more of the following conditions: directly contribute to the restoration of aquatic focal species, have high ecological function, are adjacent to public land, contain rare or unique plant communities, have threatened, endangered or sensitive species habitat or populations, or provide connectivity between high quality habitat areas.
Increase LWD to 1 piece per channel width (currently 0.67)Spring Chinook
Increase LWD to 1 piece per channel width (currently 0.67)Steelhead
Increase LWD to 1 piece per channel width (currently 0.7)Spring Chinook
Increase LWD to 1 piece per channel width (currently 0.7)Steelhead
Increase LWD to 1 piece per channel width above Pintler (currently 0.33)Spring Chinook
Increase LWD to 1 piece per channel width above Pintler (currently 0.33)Steelhead
Increase LWD to 2 piece per channel width (currently 0.6)Spring Chinook
Increase LWD to 2 piece per channel width (currently 0.6)Steelhead
Increase LWD to 2 pieces per channel width (currently 0.67)Spring Chinook
Increase LWD to 2 pieces per channel width (currently 0.67)Steelhead
Increase pools to 10% (George 1) and maximum extent practical (George 2) of stream surface area (currently 2 and 10)Spring Chinook
Increase pools to 10% (George 1) and maximum extent practical (George 2) of stream surface area (currently 2 and 10)Steelhead
Increase pools to 12-15% of stream surface area (currently 8%)Spring Chinook
Increase pools to 12-15% of stream surface area (currently 8%)Steelhead
Increase pools to 15% of stream surface area (currently 10.5%)Spring Chinook
Increase pools to 15% of stream surface area (currently 10.5%)Steelhead
Increase pools to 15% of stream surface area (currently 7.2%)Spring Chinook
Increase pools to 15% of stream surface area (currently 7.2%)Steelhead
Increase pools to 25% of stream surface area (currently 14.5%)Spring Chinook
Increase pools to 25% of stream surface area (currently 14.5%)Steelhead
Increase riparian function to 50% (George 1) and 75% (Geroge 2 and 3) of maximum (currently 37.5% and 62.5%)Spring Chinook
Increase riparian function to 50% (George 1) and 75% (Geroge 2 and 3) of maximum (currently 37.5% and 62.5%)Steelhead
Increase riparian function to 75% of maximum (currently 62%)Spring Chinook
Increase riparian function to 75% of maximum (currently 62%)Steelhead
Increase riparian function to 75% of maximum (currently 72.5%)Spring Chinook
Increase riparian function to 75% of maximum (currently 72.5%)Steelhead
Increase riparian function to 75-90% (above Lick) and 75% (mouth to Lick) of maximum (currently 62%)Spring Chinook
Increase riparian function to 75-90% (above Lick) and 75% (mouth to Lick) of maximum (currently 62%)Steelhead
Maintain summer flow in 90% of years (currently dries up in summer)Spring Chinook
Maintain summer flow in 90% of years (currently dries up in summer)Steelhead
Protect Interior grassland habitat within habitat classified as ECA Class 1 & 2 (14,000 acres), within protected areas (GAP), and areas of private land that meet one or more of the following conditions: directly contribute to the restoration of aquatic focal species, have high ecological function, are adjacent to public land, contain rare or unique plant communities, have threatened, endangered, or sensitive species habitat or populations, or provide connectivity between high quality habitat areas.
Protect P. Pine habitat within habitat classified as ECA Class 1 & 2 (9,000) acres), within protected areas (GAP), and areas of private land that meet one or more of the following conditions: directly contribute to the restoration of aquatic focal species, have high ecological function, are adjacent to public land, contain rare or unique plant communities, have threatened, endangered, or sensitive species habitat or populations, or provide connectivity between high quality habitat areas.
Protect riparian riverine function on a minimum of 6,000 acres (conservative estimated historic acreage), with an initial focus on areas that directly contribute to the restoration of aquatic focal species.
Reduce bedscour to less than 10% (currently 12.1%)Spring Chinook
Reduce bedscour to less than 10% (currently 12.1%)Steelhead
Reduce bedscour to less than 10% (currently 12.8%)Spring Chinook
Reduce bedscour to less than 10% (currently 12.8%)Steelhead
Reduce bedscour to less than 10% (currently 16.4%)Spring Chinook
Reduce bedscour to less than 10% (currently 16.4%)Steelhead
Reduce confinement to 10% of streambed length (currently 25%)Spring Chinook
Reduce confinement to 10% of streambed length (currently 25%)Steelhead
Reduce confinement to 25% (Charley 1) and decrease greatest extent practical (Charley 2 and 3) of streambed length (currently 80%)Spring Chinook
Reduce confinement to 25% (Charley 1) and decrease greatest extent practical (Charley 2 and 3) of streambed length (currently 80%)Steelhead
Reduce confinement to 25% of streambed length (currently 42%)Spring Chinook
Reduce confinement to 25% of streambed length (currently 42%)Steelhead
Reduce confinement to 40% (George 1) and maximum extent practical (George 2) of streambed length (currently 60%)Spring Chinook
Reduce confinement to 40% (George 1) and maximum extent practical (George 2) of streambed length (currently 60%)Steelhead
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 14.1%.Spring Chinook
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 14.1%.Steelhead
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 18%.Spring Chinook
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 18%.Steelhead
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 21% (18% Charley 1-3 and 26.8% Charley 4) .Spring Chinook
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 21% (18% Charley 1-3 and 26.8% Charley 4) .Steelhead
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 25%.Spring Chinook
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 10% from 25%.Steelhead
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 20% from 33%.Spring Chinook
Reduce substrate embeddedness to 20% from 33%.Steelhead
Reduce the summer maximum stream temperature to less than 12 days above 75F Spring Chinook
Reduce the summer maximum stream temperature to less than 12 days above 75F Steelhead
Reduce the summer maximum stream temperature to less than 4 days above 75F Spring Chinook
Reduce the summer maximum stream temperature to less than 4 days above 75F Steelhead
Show an upward trend in CRP acreage and functionality.

Goals and strategies under development

Limiting factors & actions

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Click to display the 23 occurrences of impairments by limiting factor affecting multiple species and 27 recommended actions. Click bars for more detail.

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