As part of an ongoing belief in information stewardship, and as part of its coordination role in the region, The Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board collects and makes available many different kinds of data, reports, maps, plans, and documents. These resources are the property of their various owners and are offered here in the UCSRB library to promote the use of best available information in the practice of salmon recovery and forest restoration. The UCSRB makes no claims about the completeness or accuracy of information in the UCSRB library.
If you are not able to find what you are interested in finding through any of the following sections, please contact us for assistance.
Many partners in the region use geographic information systems to inform plans and results. These data are compiled here, and in some cases, synthesized for ease of use. While we receive many requests for GIS layers, the following represent the most commonly requested layers.
The final Upper Columbia Spring Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Recovery Plan, and associated appendices is located in this section.
The Recovery Plan and other management plans provide useful road maps toward established goals. Often, these umbrella plans require further detailed assessments of the physical and biological composition in the environment to fully inform an implementation action or set of actions. The types of geomorphic, biological or other related assessments are found in this section.
The UCSRB and partners regularly report progress, to funding entities, elected officials and the public. Various reports of progress are found in this section.
These resources help our partners with funding processes, and others learn about how our regional collaborative framework operates. Look in this section for the kinds of information you cannot find above.