Federal Columbia River Power System Biological Opinion
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Reclamation works in partnership with local landowners, representatives from states, tribes, other federal agencies, and conservation groups on habitat projects to improve spawning and rearing habitat for Columbia River Basin salmon and steelhead listed under the Endangered Species Act.
Habitat projects are focused on providing technical services including project coordination, environmental compliance, permit application, engineering design, and construction monitoring to local project sponsors who obtain federal, state, and private funding to construct the habitat projects.
Reclamation contributions are limited to instream habitat projects that:
Subbasin liaisons (trained biologists or engineers) are stationed in Wenatchee and Twisp, Washington; John Day and La Grande, Oregon; and Salmon, Idaho.
|2012 Expert Panels|
|Annual Completion Reports|
|Pacific Northwest Region Large Woody Material - Risk Based Design Guidelines|
|Federal Caucus (www.salmonrecovery.gov)|
|NOAA Fisheries 2014 Final Supplemental FCRPS Biological Opinion|
|NOAA Fisheries 2008/2010 FCRPS Biological Opinions|
Last Update: October 7, 2014 2:56 PM