Lower Snake River Fish and Wildlife Compensation Plan - 1976 • Fall Chinook – 18 300 adults/year • Tucannon Spring Chinook – 1 132 adults/year to the river • Summer Steelhead – 4 656 adults/year to project rivers • In-place and in-kind (genetic integrity) • Resident fish – fishing opportunity – 67 500 angler days LFH Fall Chinook Production Goals (18 300 adults) • 9 16 SNAKE RIVER FLOW AUGMENTATION IMPACT ANALYSIS APPENDIX Prepared for the U S Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District's Lower Snake River Juvenile Salmon Migration Feasibility Study and Environmental Impact Statement United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation Pacific Northwest Region Boise Idaho February 1999

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of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) and Idaho Department of Fish and Game (IDFG) and funded by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) through the Lower Snake Compensation Plan (LSRCP) Idaho Power Company (IPC) and the Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) This document serves to This document is scheduled to be published in

Departing from the policies that produced the Mitchell Act and the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan (LSRCP) the last twenty years produced the U S v Oregon Columbia River Fish Management Plan (CRFMP) the Northwest Power Planning Council's (NPPC) Fish and Wildlife Program (FWP) and mid-Columbia orders under the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) plans for in-place in

The Lower Snake River Compensation Program is a hatchery program consisting of 23 fish-rearing facilities and satellite stations designed to mitigate for the loss of salmon (Oncorhynchus spp ) steelhead and rainbow trout (O mykiss) caused by the construction of four dams on the lower 250 km of the Snake River The U S Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) administers and funds the program and

Lower Snake River Compensation Plan: Oregon spring Chinook salmon evaluation studies 2005 Annual Progress Report Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife By Fred R Monzyk Timothy L Hoffnagle Richard W Carmichael Debra L Eddy and Patrick J Keniry Abstract prohibits discrimination on the basis of race color national origin age or disability If you believe that you have been

SNAKE RIVER FLOW AUGMENTATION IMPACT ANALYSIS APPENDIX Prepared for the U S Army Corps of Engineers Walla Walla District's Lower Snake River Juvenile Salmon Migration Feasibility Study and Environmental Impact Statement United States Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation Pacific Northwest Region Boise Idaho February 1999

Lower Snake River Compensation Plan

Lower Snake River Compensation Plan To mitigate for the losses of fish and wildlife caused by the construction of four hydroelectric dams on the lower Snake River by the U S Army Corps of Engineers General information about this opportunity Last Known Status Active Program Number 15 661 Federal Agency/Office U S Fish and Wildlife Service Department of The Interior Type(s) of

If any section is incomplete please visit the website for the Fish and Wildlife Service which is the U S government agency offering this grant Lower Snake River Compensation Plan: Current Application Deadline: Nov 28 2012: Original Application Deadline: Nov 28 2012: Posted Date: Nov 14 2012: Creation Date: Nov 14 2012: Archive Date: Dec 31 2012: Total Program Funding: $867 838

9 K Petersen River of Life Channel of Death 18 10 Interim Report "Lower Snake River Fish and Wildlife Plan Lower Snake River Washington and Idaho" at 26 (USACE Walla Walla District April 1996) 11 Id at 5 12 C Andrus "Snake River Salmon: National treasure at risk of extinction" April 1993 at 8 (Office of the Governor)

06 03 1985Lower Snake River fish and wildlife compensation plan Washington and Idaho : communication from the Assistant Secretary of the Army (Civil Works) transmitting a report dated March 6 1985 from the the Chief of Engineers Department of the Army authorized by the Water Resources Development Act of 1976

The plan a final environmental impact statement (EIS) applies to 14 dams and reservoirs that comprise the Columbia River Hydropower System Research shows that four dams in particular – located on the lower Snake River – negatively impact the recovery of endangered Pacific salmon and southern resident orcas as a result

Fish and Wildlife Service – provides funding and oversight of the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan Program (LSRCP) 2 Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) – Co-managers and operators of acclimation and adult collection facilities Responsible for evaluating Lookingglass spring Chinook reintroduction program 3 Nez Perce Tribe (NPT) – Co-managers -

Fish and Wildlife Archives Project review cycle: FY 2002 LSRCP Lower Snake River Compensation Plan Proposal Review - Reviewed in concert with the Blue Mountain Mountain Snake and Columbia Plateau Rolling Provincial Review processes (3-year cycle) Project proposals See proposals considered under this review cycle Documents Reviews and Decision Documents: ISRP Review of Lower Snake River

also see presentation See ISRP Summary Review of the LSRCP Program 2011-2014 (June 18 2014 ISRP 2014-6) The Independent Scientific Review Panel (ISRP) conducted a review of the Spring Chinook Hatchery Program of the Lower Snake River Compensation Program at the request of the Northwest Power and Conservation Council and U S Fish and Wildlife Service based on annual reports

96 Thorson Takes Over as New Regional Director for U S

In her new position Thorson will oversee Fish and Wildlife Service activities in the Pacific Region which manages 1 3 million acres on 64 national wildlife refuges 17 national fish hatcheries plus an additional seven state and tribal hatcheries managed through the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan eight fisheries stations five ecological services field offices and six ecological

17 06 2020and U S Fish Wildlife Service (for hatcheries under the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan –11 hatcheries and 18 satellite facilities) • Consistent with the 2018-2023 Strategic Plan fish and wildlife program funding should be at or below the rate of inflation and reflect legal and biological compliance priorities • Promote regional collaboration for broad support of fish

Lower Snake River compensation plan salmon hatchery evaluation program 1989 annual report Report to the U S Fish and Wildlife Service Cooperative Agreement 14-16-0001-89525 145 p Available U S Fish and Wildlife Service 4696 Overland Road Room 560 Boise ID 83702 Burner C J 1951 Characteristics of spawning nests of Columbia River salmon Fish Bull 61:1-50

In her new position Thorson will oversee Fish and Wildlife Service activities in the Pacific Region which manages 1 3 million acres on 64 national wildlife refuges 17 national fish hatcheries plus an additional seven state and tribal hatcheries managed through the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan eight fisheries stations five ecological services field offices and six ecological

Under the Lower Snake River Fish and Wildlife Compensation Plan (LSRCP) over 1 2 million steelhead are produced annually to mitigate for fish and wildlife losses caused by the construction of four dams on the lower Snake River (Lower Granite Little Goose Lower Monumental Ice Harbor) The hatchery also produces 130 000 Rainbow trout to mitigate for Dworshak Dam in northern Idaho The

9 K Petersen River of Life Channel of Death 18 10 Interim Report "Lower Snake River Fish and Wildlife Plan Lower Snake River Washington and Idaho" at 26 (USACE Walla Walla District April 1996) 11 Id at 5 12 C Andrus "Snake River Salmon: National treasure at risk of extinction" April 1993 at 8 (Office of the Governor)

To mitigate for the losses of fish and wildlife caused by the construction of four hydroelectric dams on the lower Snake River by the U S Army Corps of Engineers Federal Program Headquarters FWS Regional Office U S Fish and Wildlife Service 911 NE 11th Avenue Portland Oregon 97232-4181 Phone: (503)231-2763