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Objectives

Objectives (from 2004 subbasin plan and data)
5,000 natural adultsSummer Steelhead
Achieve escapement objectives within 24 yearsAll aquatic focal species
By fifth code HUC, carry out focused activities designed to improve our understanding and definition of small populations, while protecting the genetic integrity of wild populations that are below historical levels.All aquatic focal species
Conduct coordinated spring Chinook salmon population monitoring as outlined in the Monitoring and Evaluation Plan for the Northeast Oregon Hatchery.All aquatic focal species
Conduct research, evaluating relationships among bull trout distribution and abundance, bull trout habitat, and recovery tasks.Bull Trout
Decrease the broodstock for the hatchery component to 0 (currently at 500)Summer Steelhead
Decrease the harvest component to 0 (currently at 200 to 7,000) Summer Steelhead
Decrease total adult returns to 0 (currently 1,000 to 10,000)Summer Steelhead
Design and implement a standardized monitoring program to assess the effectiveness of recovery efforts affecting bull trout and their habitats.Bull Trout
Develop and conduct research and monitoring to improve information concerning the distribution and status of bull trout.Bull Trout
Develop and implement a coordinated monitoring and evaluation plan to assess the effectiveness of habitat restoration measures throughout the subbasin.All aquatic focal species
Develop and implement a coordinated monitoring and evaluation plan to evaluate the effectiveness of steelhead artificial propagation measures in the subbasin.All aquatic focal species
Establish a subbasin-wide database to facilitate monitoring and evaluation of sedimentation trends and provide information relative to its effect on salmonid production.All aquatic focal species
Evaluate effects of diseases and parasites on bull trout, and develop and implement strategies to minimize negative effects.Bull Trout
Habitat diversity shall be restored as near as possible to historic conditions, as a result of restoring channel conditions and riparian conditionsAll aquatic focal species
High and low water temperatures and dissolved oxygen conditions shall be restored as near as possible to historic conditions, as a result of restoring channel conditions, reducing sediment loads, improving riparian conditions, and improving low flow conditionsAll aquatic focal species
Identify and prioritize for modification, structural barriers that limit connectivity.All aquatic focal species
Identify evaluations needed to improve understanding of relationships among genetic characteristics, phenotypic traits, and local populations of bull trout.Bull Trout
Improve efficiency of irrigation withdrawal delivery and application to reduce volume of water needed for consumptive purposes.All aquatic focal species
In known problem areas, reduce sedimentation impacts to aquatic focal species.All aquatic focal species
Increase anadromous fish productivity and production, as well as life stage-specific survival, through artificial production.All aquatic focal species
Increase anadromous fish productivity and production, as well as life stage-specific survival, through habitat improvement.All aquatic focal species
Increase the abundance of bull trout among all local populations to 6,000 adults.Bull Trout
Increase the broodstock for the hatchery component up to 2,200 (currently extirpated)Coho
Increase the broodstock for the hatchery component up to 720Spring Chinook
Increase the harvest component to 300 (currently extirpated)Coho
Increase the harvest component to 625 (currently extirpated)Sockeye
Increase the harvest component to greater than 1,000 to 9,050 Summer Steelhead
Increase the harvest component to greater than 500 to approximately 4,000Spring Chinook
Increase the harvest component to greater than 7,500 Fall Chinook
Increase the natural spawning component to 1,000 (currently extirpated)Coho
Increase the natural spawning component to 75,000 (currently up to 500)Fall Chinook
Increase the natural spawning component to greater than 5,000 to 12,400 (currently 250 to 3,000)Spring Chinook
Increase the natural spawning component to greater than 5,000 to 18,450 (currently 1,100 to 8,500)Summer Steelhead
Increase total adult returns to 10,000 (currently up to 500)Fall Chinook
Increase total adult returns to 2,500 (currently extirpated)Sockeye
Increase total adult returns to 3,500 (currently extirpated)Coho
Increase total adult returns to greater than 5,000 to 27,500 (currently 1,100 to 8,500)Summer Steelhead
Increase total adult returns to greater than 5,000 to 16,000 (currently 250 to 3,000)Spring Chinook
Localized impacts due to Pollutants are expected to be reduced as ongoing best management practices are implemented that will reduce inputs of pollutants across the landscape.All aquatic focal species
Restore flows in limited reaches to support resident and anadromous fish needs.All aquatic focal species
To achieve bull trout distribution criteria, as defined in USFWS (2002), maintain or expand current distribution of bull trout throughout the Grande Ronde River Recovery Unit until bull trout are distributed among at least nine local populations.Bull Trout
To enhance low flow conditions such that they mimic the natural hydrograph to the extent possible, given the limitations posed by agriculturally dependent water use in the region.All aquatic focal species
To have a distribution of riparian communities having 1) a species composition, 2) size, and 3) structure that is appropriate for the channel type and ecoregion, recognizing that the distribution will also vary in time in response to natural disturbance factors.All aquatic focal species
To have a distribution of sediment type and size structure that is appropriate for the channel type, geology and ecoregion, recognizing that the distribution will also vary in time in response to natural disturbance factors.All aquatic focal species
To have both a 1) distribution of channel types (e.g., Rosgen (1996) channel types1), as well as 2) a distribution of habitat conditions within those channel types, that are as close as possible to the historic distribution of these two variables within the subbasin.All aquatic focal species
Using ODEQs guidelines, reduce stream temperatures in listed segments so cold water biota beneficial uses are restored.All aquatic focal species

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