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Contract 25824: 1983-435-00 EXP UMATILLA HATCHERY SATELLITE FACIL O&M
Project Number:
Title:
Umatilla Hatchery Satellite Facilities Operations and Maintenance (O&M)
BPA PM:
Stage:
Implementation
Area:
Province Subbasin %
Columbia Plateau Umatilla 100.00%
Contract Number:
25824
Contract Title:
1983-435-00 EXP UMATILLA HATCHERY SATELLITE FACIL O&M
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Contract Status:
History
Contract Description:
Draft October 12, 2006

Umatilla Hatchery Satellite Facilities Operation and Maintenance
Statement of Work and Budget FY 2006

BPA Project Number: 1983-435-00
Contract Number: 20591
Performance/Budget Period: January 1, 2006 - December 31, 2006

Technical Contacts:

Gary James, Fisheries Program Manager
Phone: (541) 276-4109
E-mail: garyjames@ctuir.com
Fax: (541) 276-2397

Brian Zimmerman, Fish Passage/Artificial Production Program Supervisor
Phone: (541) 966-2376
E-mail: brianzimmerman@ctuir.com
Fax: (541) 276-4348

Gerald Rowan, Project Leader
Phone: (541) 966-2375
E-mail: gerryrowan@ctuir.com
Fax: (541) 276-4348

Administrative Contacts:

Michelle Thompson, Manager/Administrative Operations
Phone: (541) 966-2323
E-mail: michellethompson@ctuir.com
Fax: (541) 276-3317

Julie Burke, Fish and Wildlife Administrative Manager
Phone: (541) 966-2372
E-mail: julieburke@ctuir.com
Fax: (541) 966-2397

FY2006 STATEMENT OF WORK

Background

The Umatilla Fisheries Restoration Program is a comprehensive plan to re-establish salmon runs and enhance summer steelhead runs in the Umatilla River basin. Projects associated with this plan include artificial production, new ladders and screens, fish trap and haul, and stream habitat and flow enhancement. The Umatilla Basin artificial production program consists of Umatilla Hatchery for fish production and satellite facilities for adult holding and spawning and juvenile acclimation/release. As fisheries co-managers, ODFW currently operates the Umatilla Hatchery and CTUIR, under this project, operates the satellite facilities.  

Bonifer, Minthorn, Imeques C-mem-ini-kem, Thornhollow, and Pendleton were completed in 1983, 1985, 1994, 1995, and 1999, respectively, and are used for temporary holding (acclimation) and release of juvenile salmon and steelhead. Minthorn is also used to hold and spawn adult summer steelhead collected from Three Mile Dam on the Umatilla River. Three Mile Dam Adult Holding and Spawning Facility was completed in 1996 and is currently used to hold and spawn fall Chinook adults. The South Fork Walla Walla Adult Holding and Spawning Facility was completed in 1997 and is used to hold and spawn spring Chinook adults. The operation of these facilities is closely coordinated with ODFW and is detailed in the Umatilla Hatchery and Basin Annual Operation Plan.

Project Goal

This project provides for the operation and maintenance of both juvenile and adult satellite facilities. The goal of the project is to assist in achievement of Umatilla Basin adult salmon and steelhead return goals by increasing smolt-to-adult survival/returns through acclimation of juvenile salmon and steelhead in natural production areas in the Umatilla River basin and operating adult holding and spawning facilities to provide salmon and steelhead eggs for the Umatilla production.

Location of Project

The project includes seven satellite facilities located in the Umatilla and Walla Walla River basins in Umatilla County, Oregon. Bonifer is located adjacent to Meacham Creek at rivermile (RM) 2. The pond spills into Boston Canyon Creek, which flows approximately 20 yards before entering Meacham Creek. Meacham Creek flows into the Umatilla River at RM 79. Minthorn is located approximately four miles east of Mission, Oregon. The facility is located near the mouth of Minthorn Springs Creek, which enters the Umatilla River at RM 63.8. The Pendleton, Thornhollow, and Imeques facilities are located on the Upper Umatilla River at RM 56, 73.5, and 79.5, respectively. The Three Mile Dam facility is located on the lower Umatilla River at approximately RM 3. The South Fork Walla Walla facility is located east of Milton-Freewater, Oregon. The facility is located on the South Fork Walla River at approximately RM 7.

BPA-Furnished Property

· Bonifer - The facility is located on privately owned property leased by BPA. The facility consists of a 1.75 acre earthen pond and concrete water outlet control structure which also functions as a fish trap and fish release channel.

· Minthorn - The facility is located on tribally owned property. The facility includes two concrete raceways, pump station with two 10 h.p. vertical mixed flow pumps, 30 KW standby generator, water outlet control structure which also functions as a summer steelhead broodstock holding area, and two storage buildings.

· Imeques - The facility is located on BPA owned property. The facility includes a water intake structure with automatic screen cleaner, water headbox/distribution system, two storage buildings, four acclimation ponds, and water outlet and fish release structure.

· Thornhollow - The facility is located on BPA owned property. The facility includes a water intake structure with automatic screen cleaner, pump station with three 15 h.p. vertical mixed flow pumps, 60 KW standby generator, water headbox/distribution system, two storage buildings, two acclimation ponds, and water outlet and fish release structure.

· Pendleton - The facility is located on state (ODFW) owned property. The facility includes a water intake structure with automatic screen cleaner, pump station with three 30 h.p. vertical mixed flow pumps, 80 KW standby generator, water headbox/distribution system, storage building, four acclimation ponds, settling pond for pond cleaning, and water outlet and fish release structure.

· Three Mile Dam - The facility is located on Bureau of Reclamation owned property. The facility includes a water intake system with automatic screen cleaning, pump station with four vertical mixed flow pumps (1-10 h.p., 1-20 h.p., 2-25 h.p), six adult holding ponds, mechanical fish crowder, visitor facilities including restrooms, 125 KW standby generator, and chemical storage, bunkhouse and spawning buildings. The bunkhouse includes two bunkrooms, kitchen area, office space, conference room, shop and restrooms. The spawning building includes a fish lift, electroshock anesthesia system, sorting and spawning facilities, wet and dry storage/work rooms, walk-in cooler and restroom.

· South Fork Walla Walla - The facility is located on BPA owned property. The facility includes a water intake system with automatic screen cleaning, pump station with three vertical mixed flow pumps (1 - 30 h.p, 2 - 200 h.p), ozone water treatment system, settling pond, five adult holding ponds, mechanical fish crowder, 350 KW standby generator, chemical storage and spawning buildings and two homes for nite watch personnel. The spawning building includes a fish lift, electroshock anesthesia system, sorting and spawning facilities, wet and dry storage/work rooms, walk-in cooler and restroom.

BPA holds the water right permits for South Fork Walla Walla, Thornhollow and Imeques facilities.
Account Type(s):
Expense
Contract Start Date:
01/01/2006
Contract End Date:
12/31/2006
Current Contract Value:
$746,988
Expenditures:
$746,988

* Expenditures data includes accruals and are based on data through 30-Apr-2022.

BPA COR:
Env. Compliance Lead:
Contract Type:
Contract (IGC)
Pricing Method:
Cost Reimbursement (CNF)
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Full Name Organization Write Permission Contact Role Email Work Phone
Julie Burke Umatilla Confederated Tribes (CTUIR) Yes Contract Manager julieburke@ctuir.org (541) 429-7292
Brenda Heister Bonneville Power Administration No Contracting Officer bsheister@bpa.gov (503) 230-3531
Gary James Umatilla Confederated Tribes (CTUIR) No Supervisor garyjames@ctuir.org (541) 429-7285
Paul Krueger Bonneville Power Administration Yes F&W Approver pqkrueger@bpa.gov (503) 230-5723
Jonathan McCloud Bonneville Power Administration Yes COTR jmmccloud@bpa.gov (503) 230-3110
Kelly Olive Bonneville Power Administration No Env. Compliance Lead kjmason@bpa.gov (503) 230-4735
Gerry Rowan Umatilla Confederated Tribes (CTUIR) Yes Technical Contact gerryrowan@ctuir.org (541) 429-7278
Brian Zimmerman Umatilla Confederated Tribes (CTUIR) No Technical Contact brianzimmerman@ctuir.org (541) 429-7286


Viewing of Work Statement Elements

Deliverable Title WSE Sort Letter, Number, Title Start End Complete
Acclimation of 50,000 juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn. A: 56. Acclimate juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn BY 2005 04/30/2006 04/25/2006
Acclimation of 50,000 summer steelhead at Pendleton B: 56. Acclimate juvenile summer steelhead at Pendleton BY 2005 04/30/2006 04/25/2006
Acclimation of 250,000 juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton C: 56. Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004 03/10/2006 02/19/2006
Acclimation of 187,5000 coho slamon at Pendleton D: 56. Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004 04/07/2006 03/21/2006
Acclimation of 500,000 juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton E: 56. Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004 03/10/2006 02/19/2006
Acclimation of 562,500 juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton F: 56. Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004 04/15/2006 04/18/2006
Acclimation of 450,000 juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques G: 56. Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2004 03/10/2006 02/18/2006
Acclimation of 210,000 spring Chinook at Imeques H: 56. Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2006 04/15/2006 04/20/2006
Acclimation of 150,000 juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques I: 56. Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2004 03/10/2006 02/18/2006
Acclimation of 150,000 juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques J: 56. Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2004 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Acclimation of 240,000 fall Chinook at Thornhollow K: 56. Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow BY 2004 03/10/2006 02/18/2006
Acclimation of 240,000 juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow L: 56. Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow BY2004 04/15/2006 04/19/2006
Acclimation of 300,000 juvenile fall Chinook at Thornholllow M: 56. Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow BY 2005 05/31/2006 05/23/2006
Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning N: 66. Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning BY 2006 06/07/2006 05/03/2006
Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning O: 66. Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning BY 2007 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Hold adult spring Chinook at South Fork Walla Walla for spawning P: 66. Hold adult spring Chinook salmon at South Fork Walla Walla for spawning BY 2006 09/15/2006 09/06/2006
Hold adult fall Chinook at Three Mile Dam for spawning Q: 66. Hold adult fall Chinook salmon at Three Mile Dam for spawning BY 2006 12/08/2006 11/27/2006
Potentially hold coho salmon at Three Mile Dam for spawnng R: 66. Potentially hold adult coho salmon at Three Mile Dam for spawning BY 2006 12/10/2006
Hold adult spring Chinook at South Fork Walla Walla for outplanting S: 66. Provide temporary holding at South Fork Walla Walla for spring Chinook outplanting program BY 2006 08/10/2006 08/03/2006
Potentially hold adult fall Chinook salmon at Three Mile Dam for outplanting T: 66. Potentially provide temporary holding at Three Mile Dam for fall Chinook outplanting program BY 2006 11/10/2006
Spawn summer steelhead at Minthorn U: 64. Spawn summer steelhead at Minthorn BY 2006 06/07/2006 05/03/2006
Spawn spring Chinook at South Fork Walla Walla V: 64. Spawn spring Chinook salmon at South Fork Walla Walla BY 2006 09/15/2006 09/06/2006
Spawn fall Chinook at Three MIle Dam W: 64. Spawn fall Chinook salmon at Three Mile Dam BY 2006 12/10/2006 11/27/2006
Spawn coho salmon at Three Mile Dam X: 64. Potentially spawn coho salmon at Three Mile Dam BY 2006 12/10/2006
Maintain Minthorn Y: 61. Maintain Minthorn 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Maintain Bonifer Z: 61. Maintain Bonifer 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Maintain Pendleton AA: 61. Maintain Pendleton 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Maintain Thornhollow AB: 61. Maintain Thornhollow 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Maintain Imeques AC: 61. Maintain Imeques 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Maintain South Fork Walla Walla AD: 61. Maintain South Fork Walla Walla 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Maintain Three Miile Dam AE: 61. Maintain Three Mile Dam 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Release of 50,000 juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn AF: 176. Release juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn 04/30/2006 04/25/2006
Release of 50,000 juvenile summer steelhead at Pendleton AG: 176. Release juvenile summer steelhead at Pendleton 04/30/2006 04/25/2006
Release of 500,000 juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton AH: 176. Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 03/10/2006 02/19/2006
Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton AI: 176. Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 04/07/2006 03/21/2006
Release of 250,000 juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton AJ: 176. Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 03/10/2006 03/19/2006
Release of 562,500 juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton AK: 176. Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 04/15/2006 04/18/2006
Release of 450,000 juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques AL: 176. Release juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques 03/10/2006 02/18/2006
Release of 150,000 juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques AM: 176. Release juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques 03/10/2006 02/18/2006
Release of 210,000 juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques AN: 176. Release juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques 04/15/2006 04/20/2006
Release of 240,000 juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow AO: 176. Release juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow 03/10/2006 02/18/2006
Release of 240,000 juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow AP: 176. Release juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow 04/15/2006 04/19/2006
Release of 300,000 juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow AQ: 176. Release juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow 05/31/2006 05/23/2006
Collect samples from adult broodstock for disease analysis AR: 60. Assist in collection of samples from adult fish for disease analysis 12/10/2006 11/27/2006
Juvenile outmigration data AS: 157. Collect juvenile outmigration data at the Westland Canal juvenile facility 07/30/2006 07/12/2006
Collection of biological data from adults held for spawning or outplanting AT: 157. Collect biological data, snouts, and scales from adults 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Input on design of productions facilities outlined in the Walla Walla Hatchery Master Plan. AU: 122. Participate in design development of Walla Walla Hatchery Master Plan hatchery faciliites 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Umatilla Management and Monitoring and Evaluation Oversite Committee coordination meetings AV: 118. Participate in Umatilla Mgmt & M&E Oversite Committee coordination meetings 12/31/2006 12/31/2006
Umatilla Hatchery and Basin Annual Operation Plan AW: 174. Participate in development of Umatilla Hatchery and Basin Annual Operation Plan 09/30/2006 09/30/2006
Annual Report AX: 132. Produce Umatilla Hatchery Satellite Facilities Operation and Maintenance Annual Report 05/31/2006 05/31/2006
Environmental compliance documentation AY: 165. Produce Environmental Compliance Documentation 01/01/2006 01/01/2006
Manage and administer project AZ: 119. Manage and Administer Project 10/01/2006 10/01/2006

Viewing of Implementation Metrics
Viewing of Environmental Metrics Customize

Primary Focal Species Work Statement Elements
All Anadromous Salmonids
  • 6 instances of WE 66 Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery
  • 3 instances of WE 64 Spawn Fish
  • 1 instance of WE 60 Maintain Fish Health
  • 7 instances of WE 61 Maintain Artificial Production Facility/Infrastructure
  • 1 instance of WE 174 Produce Plan
  • 2 instances of WE 157 Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data
Chinook (O. tshawytscha) - Mid-Columbia River Spring ESU
  • 3 instances of WE 176 Produce Hatchery Fish
  • 4 instances of WE 56 Acclimate Juvenile Fish
Chinook (O. tshawytscha) - Upper Columbia River Summer/Fall ESU
  • 3 instances of WE 176 Produce Hatchery Fish
  • 3 instances of WE 56 Acclimate Juvenile Fish
Coho (O. kisutch) - Unspecified Population
  • 4 instances of WE 176 Produce Hatchery Fish
  • 4 instances of WE 56 Acclimate Juvenile Fish
Steelhead (O. mykiss) - Middle Columbia River DPS (Threatened)
  • 2 instances of WE 176 Produce Hatchery Fish
  • 2 instances of WE 56 Acclimate Juvenile Fish

Sort WE ID WE Title NEPA NOAA USFWS NHPA Has Provisions Inadvertent Discovery Completed
A 56 Acclimate juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn BY 2005
B 56 Acclimate juvenile summer steelhead at Pendleton BY 2005
C 56 Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004
D 56 Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004
E 56 Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004
F 56 Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton BY 2004
G 56 Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2004
H 56 Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2006
I 56 Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2004
J 56 Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques BY 2004
K 56 Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow BY 2004
L 56 Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow BY2004
M 56 Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow BY 2005
N 66 Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning BY 2006
O 66 Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning BY 2007
P 66 Hold adult spring Chinook salmon at South Fork Walla Walla for spawning BY 2006
Q 66 Hold adult fall Chinook salmon at Three Mile Dam for spawning BY 2006
R 66 Potentially hold adult coho salmon at Three Mile Dam for spawning BY 2006
S 66 Provide temporary holding at South Fork Walla Walla for spring Chinook outplanting program BY 2006
T 66 Potentially provide temporary holding at Three Mile Dam for fall Chinook outplanting program BY 2006
U 64 Spawn summer steelhead at Minthorn BY 2006
V 64 Spawn spring Chinook salmon at South Fork Walla Walla BY 2006
W 64 Spawn fall Chinook salmon at Three Mile Dam BY 2006
X 64 Potentially spawn coho salmon at Three Mile Dam BY 2006
Y 61 Maintain Minthorn
Z 61 Maintain Bonifer
AA 61 Maintain Pendleton
AB 61 Maintain Thornhollow
AC 61 Maintain Imeques
AD 61 Maintain South Fork Walla Walla
AE 61 Maintain Three Mile Dam
AF 176 Release juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn
AG 176 Release juvenile summer steelhead at Pendleton
AH 176 Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton
AI 176 Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton
AJ 176 Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton
AK 176 Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton
AL 176 Release juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques
AM 176 Release juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques
AN 176 Release juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques
AO 176 Release juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow
AP 176 Release juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow
AQ 176 Release juvenile fall Chinook at Thornhollow
AR 60 Assist in collection of samples from adult fish for disease analysis
AS 157 Collect juvenile outmigration data at the Westland Canal juvenile facility
AT 157 Collect biological data, snouts, and scales from adults
AU 122 Participate in design development of Walla Walla Hatchery Master Plan hatchery faciliites
AV 118 Participate in Umatilla Mgmt & M&E Oversite Committee coordination meetings
AW 174 Participate in development of Umatilla Hatchery and Basin Annual Operation Plan
AX 132 Produce Umatilla Hatchery Satellite Facilities Operation and Maintenance Annual Report
AY 165 Produce Environmental Compliance Documentation
AZ 119 Manage and Administer Project
BA 185 Quarterly Status Report