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Objectives

Objectives (from 2004 subbasin plan and data)
1,500 natural adultsSummer Steelhead
1,568 natural adultsCoho
1,568 natural returnsCoho
1,702 natural adultsSpring Chinook
1,702 natural returnsSpring Chinook
100% resolution of obstructionsAll aquatic focal species
100% restoration of confinementAll aquatic focal species
100% restoration of fine sedimentAll aquatic focal species
100% restoration of flowAll aquatic focal species
100% restoration of large woodAll aquatic focal species
100% restoration of poolsAll aquatic focal species
100% restoration of water temperatureAll aquatic focal species
25% reduction in bed scourAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration in bankfull widthAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration in bed scourAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration in channel confinementAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration in flowAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration of confinementAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration of fine sedimentAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration of large woodAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration of maximum widthAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration of poolsAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration of temperatureAll aquatic focal species
25% restoration of water temperatureAll aquatic focal species
3,610 natural adultsSummer Steelhead
3,610 natural returnsSteelhead
33% restoration of water temperatureAll aquatic focal species
4,192 natural adultsFall Chinook
4,192 natural returnsFall Chinook
50% increase in poolsAll aquatic focal species
50% restoration of bankfull widthAll aquatic focal species
50% restoration of bed scourAll aquatic focal species
50% restoration of fine sedimentAll aquatic focal species
50% restoration of large woodAll aquatic focal species
50% restoration of poolsAll aquatic focal species
50% restoration of water temperatureAll aquatic focal species
50% restoration of water temperaturesAll aquatic focal species
500-5,000 adults distributed among three local populationsBull Trout
75% increase in poolsAll aquatic focal species
75% restoration of large woodAll aquatic focal species
75% restoration of poolsAll aquatic focal species
75% restoration of water temperatureAll aquatic focal species
Achieve optimal effectiveness in the operation of the Umatilla Basin steelhead and Chinook hatchery programs while meeting production, population, and conservation objectives for natural- and hatchery-reared fishes.Chinook
Achieve optimal effectiveness in the operation of the Umatilla Basin steelhead and Chinook hatchery programs while meeting production, population, and conservation objectives for natural- and hatchery-reared fishes.Steelhead
Complete a comprehensive review by 2007 of focal habitat types and their focal and obligate species in the Umatilla/Willow subbasin that can be used to guide habitat protection, enhancement, and conversion/restoration activities.All species
Continue acclimation and release of fall Chinook and steelhead.Fall Chinook
Continue acclimation and release of fall Chinook and steelhead.Steelhead
Continue acclimation and release of spring ChinookSpring Chinook
Continue acclimation and release of steelhead and coho salmonCoho
Continue acclimation and release of steelhead and coho salmonSteelhead
Continue spring Chinook and steelhead hatchery programs to restore and maintain production in the improved geographic area.Spring Chinook
Continue spring Chinook and steelhead hatchery programs to restore and maintain production in the improved geographic area.Steelhead
Continue spring Chinook hatchery program to restore production in the improved geographic area.Chinook
Continue steelhead and coho hatchery programs to maintain and enhance production in the improved geographic areaCoho
Continue steelhead and coho hatchery programs to maintain and enhance production in the improved geographic areaSteelhead
Continue steelhead and spring Chinook hatchery programs to restore production in the improved geographic areaSpring Chinook
Continue steelhead and spring Chinook hatchery programs to restore production in the improved geographic areaSteelhead
Continue steelhead and spring Chinook hatchery programs to restore production in the improved geographic area.Spring Chinook
Continue steelhead and spring Chinook hatchery programs to restore production in the improved geographic area.Steelhead
Continue steelhead hatchery program to restore production in the improved geographic areaSteelhead
Convert 15,000 acres of non-native annual grassland or low yielding dryland agricultural land not currently enrolled in conservation programs to native grasslands by 2020 and work to provide long-lasting protection to those converted grasslands.Grasshopper Sparrow
Convert 25,000 acres of low-yielding agricultural land or CRP lands into functional shrub-steppe habitat by 2020.Sage Sparrow
Convert a minimum of 100 acres of former aspen forest habitat in the Umatilla/Willow subbasin back to aspen forest by 2020.Red-naped Sapsucker
Convert or create 1,000 acres of additional herbaceous wetland habitat in the subbasin by 2020.Columbia Spotted Frog
Convert or restore 2,000 acres of non-functioning riparian area into ecologically functional riparian habitat by 2020.American Beaver
Convert or restore 2,000 acres of non-functioning riparian area into ecologically functional riparian habitat by 2020.Great Blue Heron
Convert or restore 2,000 acres of non-functioning riparian area into ecologically functional riparian habitat by 2020.Yellow Warbler
Develop and maintain a local brood source for steelhead and Chinook from returns to the Umatilla River.Chinook
Develop and maintain a local brood source for steelhead and Chinook from returns to the Umatilla River.Steelhead
Enhance 25% of degraded juniper habitat in the Umatilla/Willow subbasin by 2020.Ferruginous Hawk
Enhance 25,000 acres of degraded shrub-steppe habitat targeted for protection in Objective 4 (protecting shrub steppe) by 2020Sage Sparrow
Enhance 50% of the degraded mixed conifer habitat in the Umatilla/Willow subbasin by 2020.Pileated Woodpecker
Enhance 50% of the degraded or converted ponderosa pine habitat in the Umatilla/Willow subbasin by 2020.White-Headed Woodpecker
Enhance all degraded shrub-steppe habitat in the five critical areas by 2020.Sage Sparrow
Enhance all quaking aspen forest by 2015.Red-naped Sapsucker
Enhance and maintain all existing riparian wetlands in the subbasin by 2015.American Beaver
Enhance and maintain all existing riparian wetlands in the subbasin by 2015.Great Blue Heron
Enhance and maintain all existing riparian wetlands in the subbasin by 2015.Yellow Warbler
Enhance and/or maintain all existing herbaceous wetlands in the subbasin by 2015.Columbia Spotted Frog
Enhance migration and rearing of all hatchery speciesAll aquatic focal species
Enhance migration of released hatchery smolts and returning adults for all speciesAll aquatic focal species
Enhance migration of released hatchery smolts and returning adults for all species.All aquatic focal species
Enhance the ecological function and duration of benefits of over 200,000 acres of grassland habitat currently enrolled in CRP, EQIP, and WHIP in the subbasin as well as lands that will be enrolled in the future.Grasshopper Sparrow
Improve access to many areas of the subbasinAll aquatic focal species
Improve habitat of the focal species to increase productivity and abundanceAll aquatic focal species
Improve passage barriers to a degree that will allow summer steelhead to re-populate the subbasinAll aquatic focal species
Increase fall Chinook and coho spawning and enhance rearing habitat for juvenilesCoho
Increase fall Chinook and coho spawning and enhance rearing habitat for juvenilesFall Chinook
Increase fall Chinook spawning and enhance rearing habitat for juveniles.Fall Chinook
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawningCoho
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawningFall Chinook
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawningSpring Chinook
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawningSteelhead
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawning.Coho
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawning.Fall Chinook
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawning.Spring Chinook
Increase steelhead, spring Chinook, fall Chinook and coho spawning.Steelhead
Maintain and enhance all high-quality shrub-steppe habitat in the five critical areas by 2010.Sage Sparrow
Maintain and enhance flow for homing and passage of steelhead and Chinook through the lower Umatilla River using flow restoration and enhancement.Chinook
Maintain and enhance flow for homing and passage of steelhead and Chinook through the lower Umatilla River using flow restoration and enhancement.Steelhead
Maintain and enhance natural production, productivity, abundance, life history characteristics and genetic diversity of fish and mussels throughout the Umatilla Basin using habitat protection and improvement.All aquatic focal species
Maintain and enhance passage of adult and juvenile steelhead and Chinook throughout the Umatilla Subbasin with passage protection and restoration.Chinook
Maintain and enhance passage of adult and juvenile steelhead and Chinook throughout the Umatilla Subbasin with passage protection and restoration.Steelhead
Maintain and enhance steelhead and Chinook rearing and spawning habitat in the mainstem Umatilla River with flow enhancement and protection.Chinook
Maintain and enhance steelhead and Chinook rearing and spawning habitat in the mainstem Umatilla River with flow enhancement and protection.Steelhead
Maintain and enhance tribal and non-tribal steelhead, Chinook, coho and lamprey fisheries compatible with production, population, and conservation objectives.Chinook
Maintain and enhance tribal and non-tribal steelhead, Chinook, coho and lamprey fisheries compatible with production, population, and conservation objectives.Coho
Maintain and enhance tribal and non-tribal steelhead, Chinook, coho and lamprey fisheries compatible with production, population, and conservation objectives.Pacific Lamprey
Maintain and enhance tribal and non-tribal steelhead, Chinook, coho and lamprey fisheries compatible with production, population, and conservation objectives.Steelhead
Maintain and/or enhance the 20,000-40,000 acres of grassland habitat targeted for protection in Objective 1 by 2020.Grasshopper Sparrow
Maintain the Birch Creek sub-population as a natural steelhead sanctuary (not supplemented).Steelhead
Maintain, augment, and enhance natural production, productivity, abundance, life history characteristics and genetic diversity of steelhead, Chinook, coho, and lamprey throughout the Umatilla Basin using hatchery supplementation and out-plantingChinook
Maintain, augment, and enhance natural production, productivity, abundance, life history characteristics and genetic diversity of steelhead, Chinook, coho, and lamprey throughout the Umatilla Basin using hatchery supplementation and out-plantingCoho
Maintain, augment, and enhance natural production, productivity, abundance, life history characteristics and genetic diversity of steelhead, Chinook, coho, and lamprey throughout the Umatilla Basin using hatchery supplementation and out-plantingPacific Lamprey
Maintain, augment, and enhance natural production, productivity, abundance, life history characteristics and genetic diversity of steelhead, Chinook, coho, and lamprey throughout the Umatilla Basin using hatchery supplementation and out-plantingSteelhead
Maximize effectiveness of Umatilla Subbasin RM&E projects with collaborative study planning and implementation, synthesis of results, and results dissemination.All aquatic focal species
Maximize management effectiveness of Umatilla Basin fish programs using local and regional protocols in RM&E methodologies that allow exchange of compatible information among local and regional databases and fisheries management entities.All aquatic focal species
Maximize our understanding of the impacts of out-of-basin factors on Umatilla smolt-to-adult survival with collaborative assessments, surveys, tagging, data analysis, modeling, and results dissemination.All aquatic focal species
Minimize any negative impacts of the Umatilla Basin hatchery program on natural steelhead and Chinook, and non-target populations.Chinook
Minimize any negative impacts of the Umatilla Basin hatchery program on natural steelhead and Chinook, and non-target populations.Steelhead
Monitor the status and trends of fish and mussel populations, their habitats and ecosystems throughout the Umatilla Basin.All aquatic focal species
Operate hatchery program to achieve subbasin smolt production, smolt to adult return, and hatchery adult return goals from the subbasin plan.All aquatic focal species
Protect, at a medium or high level, 20,000-40,000 acres of grassland habitat in the subbasin by 2010.Grasshopper Sparrow
Protect, at a medium or high level, all aspen habitat in the subbasin by 2010.Red-naped Sapsucker
Protect, at a medium or high level, all herbaceous wetlands in the subbasin by 2010.Columbia Spotted Frog
Protect, at a medium or high level, all mature juniper in the subbasin by 2020.Ferruginous Hawk
Protect, at a medium or high level, all mature mixed conifer forest stands in the subbasin by 2020.Pileated Woodpecker
Protect, at a medium or high level, all old growth ponderosa pine in the subbasin by 2020White-Headed Woodpecker
Protect, at a medium or high level, all remaining riparian wetlands in the subbasin by 2010.American Beaver
Protect, at a medium or high level, all remaining riparian wetlands in the subbasin by 2010.Great Blue Heron
Protect, at a medium or high level, all remaining riparian wetlands in the subbasin by 2010.Yellow Warbler
Protect, at a medium or high level, all shrub-steppe habitat in the five critical areas by 2010Sage Sparrow
Protect, at a medium or high level, up to 50,000 acres of shrub-steppe outside of the five critical areas by 2020.Sage Sparrow
Restore and maintain diverse and productive natural populations of Chinook and coho in the Umatilla Subbasin using hatchery reintroductionsCoho
Restore and maintain diverse and productive natural populations of Chinook and coho in the Umatilla Subbasin using hatchery reintroductions.Chinook
Supplement natural production to support tribal and sport fisheries and to provide an abundance of returning adults to augment spawning escapementAll aquatic focal species

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