Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board

Our Mission

To restore viable and sustainable populations of salmon, steelhead and other at-risk species through collaborative, economically sensitive efforts, combined resources, and wise resource management of the Upper Columbia region.

Featured Project

Funders:

Family Forest Fish Passage Program

Completion Date:

November 30, 2017

Location:

Nason Creek

Cost:

227,500

In 2016 Cascade Fisheries removed a 100% fish passage barrier culvert and replaced with a bottomless arch culvert, restoring fish passage. In 2017 CCFEG removed two fish passage barriers culverts that were 30% and 100% barriers. These culverts were replaced each with 40 foot steel bridges. All three sites were on privately owned driveways.

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Upcoming Meetings & Events

April Board Meeting

Ruckelshaus Evaluation Workshop – 9:00-11:00 am Join via webinar: https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/251048853 Join via teleconference: 1-224-501-3412 access code: 251-048-853#

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March Science on the Street

Featured article Endangered predators and endangered prey: Seasonal diet of Southern Resident killer whales Highlights Understanding diet is critical for conservation of endangered predators. Southern

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February Science on the Street

Featured article A hypothesis-driven statistical approach for identifying ecosystem indicators of coho and Chinook salmon marine survival Highlights Salmon marine survival declined in Puget Sound

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