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Objectives

Objectives (from 2004 subbasin plan and data)
1 or more pieces of LWD per channel widthAll aquatic focal species
1,000 adultsBull Trout
1,000 adultsSummer Steelhead
1,000 natural spawnersSummer Steelhead
10% of stream surface area (pools)All aquatic focal species
10% or greater of stream surface area (pools)All aquatic focal species
10-15% of stream surface area (pools)All aquatic focal species
14,300 Natural adults
2,000 adults
Fall Chinook
15% of stream surface area (pools)All aquatic focal species
15% or greater of stream surface area (pools)All aquatic focal species
2 pieces of LWD per channel widthAll aquatic focal species
2,000 natural adults
3,000 total adults
1,248 natural adults
Spring Chinook
20% of substrate embeddednessAll aquatic focal species
25% of streambank length (confinement)All aquatic focal species
3,000 natural adults (entire population) Fall Chinook
40-50% of maximum riparian functionAll aquatic focal species
50% or less of streambank length (confinement)All aquatic focal species
60% of maximum riparian functionAll aquatic focal species
75% of maximum riparian functionAll aquatic focal species
75% or greater of maximum riparian functionAll aquatic focal species
750 natural adults Spring Chinook
948 natural-origin adults
600 adults (existing habitat conditions) and 2,200-3,400 (future) adult escapement
2,200 adults
3,400 adults
Summer Steelhead
Achieve a naturally functioning systemAll aquatic focal species
Decrease streambank length (confinement) where possibleAll aquatic focal species
Enhance functionality on all Interior Grassland habitat classified as ECA Class 1&2 (2,800 acres) to achieve habitat parameters for focal and other obligate species.
Enhance functionality on all P. Pine habitat classified as ECA Class 1&2 (9,000 acres) to achieve habitat parameters for focal and other obligate species.
Enhance Interior Grassland functionality to achieve habitat parameters for focal and other obligate species within habitat classified as ECA Class 1 &2 (2,800 acres), in 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.
Enhance P. Pine functionality to achieve habitat parameters for focal and other obligate species within habitat classified as ECA Class 1 & 2 (9,000 acres), in 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 instream flow where possibleAll aquatic focal species
Limit elk and deer damage on private agricultural lands.
More than 1 piece of LWDAll aquatic focal species
More than 2 pieces LWD per channel widthAll aquatic focal species
Protect all Interior Grassland habitat classified as ECA Class 1&2 (2,800 acres).
Protect all P. Pine habitat classified as ECA Class 1&2 (9,000 acres).
Protect Interior Grassland habitat classified as ECA Class 1 &2 (2,800 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 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 7,881 acres (conservative estimated historic acreage), with an initial focus on areas that directly contribute to the restoration of aquatic focal species.
Show an upward trend in CRP acreage and functionality.
Summer maximum water temperature: Less than 4 days above 75F (24C)All aquatic focal species

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Limiting factors & actions

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