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Contract 50204: 2008-710-00 EXP CHUM HABITAT RESTORE SUPPLEMENT
Project Number:
Title:
Chum Salmon Restoration in the tributaries below Bonneville Dam
Stage:
Implementation
Area:
Province Subbasin %
Basinwide - 100.00%
Contract Number:
50204
Contract Title:
2008-710-00 EXP CHUM HABITAT RESTORE SUPPLEMENT
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Contract Status:
Closed
Contract Description:
This contract will cover activities during the second year of on-going project aimed at restoring chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) populations that utilize Washington State tributaries and mainstem Columbia River spawning areas below Bonneville Dam to viable/self-sustaining abundance levels using an integrated program of habitat restoration and enhancement/reintroduction programs.  The project is a result of actions called for in the 2008 FCRPS BiOp; specifically RPA 42: Implement Conservation Programs to Build Genetic Resources and Assist in Promoting Recovery (sub-action 42.9 - CR Chum-Fund program to re-introduce in Duncan Creek and sub-action 42.10 - CR Chum-Fund projects in tributaries below BON) and RPA: 63 Monitor Hatchery Effectiveness (sub-action 63.1 - Measure effect of safety-net & conservation hatchery programs).

WDFW identified a phased approach for the implementation of this proposal (attached at project level - Revised Proposal 6/5/09):
Phase 1: Development of an integrated program for chum salmon habitat restoration and enhancement/reintroduction programs (FFY2009-10).
Phase 2: Implementation of the integrated program (FFY 2011).  


Phase 1 - Program development in FFY 2009-10
1)  An assessment of priority habitat restoration and/or chum channel sites.
2)  An updated stock status review of LCR chum salmon population structure and abundance necessary to prioritize restoration and guide future implementation of enhancement/reintroduction programs.
3)  Adaptive management of existing supplementation programs.
4)  Development of a stepwise enhancement program that utilizes supplementation/reintroduction to rebuild LCR chum populations.
5)  Development of a comprehensive program to monitor LCR chum salmon populations and evaluate the effectiveness of habitat restoration and supplementation/reintroduction actions.


With the activities completed from Phase 1, the project is moving into Phase 2 (implementation) during FFY 2011 and 12.
1) Generation of designs and feasibility studies will be initiated for habitat restoration projects and spawning channel sites that ranked out high in the priority assessment.
2) Implement the comprehensive adult and juvenile chum salmon monitoring program developed in FFY 2010.  To accomplish this, new tasks and tasks associated with two pre-existing BPA projects that focused on chum salmon monitoring (BPA Project #'s 1999-003 and # 2001-053) will now be accomplished under this project.  Monitoring will focus on generating values for VSP parameters (abundance, diversity, spatial and temporal distribution) as well as data needed to measure effects of existing and future enhancement/reintroduction programs.
3) Continue the two existing chum salmon artificial production programs; a safety-net program on the Grays River for an "at-risk" population and the reintroduction of chum salmon into Duncan Creek.  A three-pronged approach has been used to produce a self-sustaining chum salmon population in Duncan Creek. This approach included modifying the dam at the mouth of Duncan Creek (completed) , enhancing spawning habitat (completed), and using local brood stock to reintroduce chum salmon back into the basin (ongoing). Methods employed and associated results can be used as a template for future reintroduction efforts for Columbia River chum salmon.
4) Continue to maintain infrastructure to implement a "salvage" if deemed necessary.  BPA requested that WDFW generate a chum salmon "salvage" plan outlining potential options for emergency intervention in 2001.  The plan was developed (Chum Salmon Salvage Plan:  Fall 2001) with the goal of preserving genetic diversity within the population by ensuring adequate numbers of chum salmon survived to spawn successfully, either naturally or artificially.  The plan outlines options for expanding the Duncan Creek reintroduction brood stock collection protocol to encompass other areas determined to be at risk (Table 1).  The plan was submitted as an addendum to the Duncan Creek reintroduction project (BPA # 2001-053) and was incorporated into the Hatchery Genetic Management Plan (HGMP) for Washougal Hatchery chum salmon.  Will only be done if additional funding is added to the project.  Left as a placeholder only.

Table 1.  Summary of strategies for Columbia River Chum Salmon salvage plan.

Case   ColumbiaRiver   Tributaries     SpawningArea                              Strategy
  1             low         low                   low        Juvenile supplementation in the mainstem Columbia River and  tributaries
  2             low         low            adequate        Adult supplementation in tributaries and juvenile supplementation in the mainstem Columbia River
  3         adequate        low                 low        Juvenile supplementation in tributaries, and no action in the mainstem Columbia River
  4             low adequate          adequate        Juvenile supplementation in the mainstem Columbia River, and no action in tributaries
  5         adequate adequate          adequate        No intervention, rely on natural production, and monitor


Notes for Aug 2011 revision:
This revision will increase the overall budget from $965,858 to $1,948,326, an addition of $980,067.

The major points of this revision are:
1)      The contract has been changed to a two-year time period.
2)      Actual numbers of otolith samples needing decoding (both thermal and for strontium mark presence) were used.  The 2010 chum return was larger than recent years resulting in more otolith samples being collected than expected.
3)      Increased the number of HOBO U20 data loggers to be ordered.  
4)      Funds to modify new boat to function for project (rails, front deck, etc).
5)      Added several “capitol” purchases.
          a.  A new Waterman gate actuary, we broke one this past winter.
          b.  A Conex storage box for outside storage at the office (weather and waterproof lockable storage for project nets, totes, sampling gear, etc)
          c.  Four 1,000 gallon fiberglass rearing raceways.  We’ll need these beginning in 2011-12 for rearing chum fry for release into the Lewis Basin.
          d.  A new survey/work boat for broodstock collection activities in the mainstem Columbia River.  The boat will be 19-20' long, have a fully welded aluminum hull, center consol steering and be powered by a 200hp outboard motor w/pump.  
6)      The addition of groundwater monitoring around Crazy Johnson Creek (piezometers installed fall 2011) and a potential spawning channel site off the WF Grays (piezometers installed summer 2012)  in the Grays Basin.  This work will be done through a sub-            contract that WDFW will generate with the Lower Columbia Fish Enhancement Group (LCFEG).

No supplementation  release of fish will occur in new tributaries such as the Lewis, Elochoman, Kalama and others until the supplementation requirements by the NPCC/ISRP have been met.

Notes for CCR 26414  3-26-2012 Submittal

I put this together to make it easier for you to find the changes/additions in this contract change request.  In summary, this request will add several habitat investigations and projects with the goal of enhancing chum salmon spawning in several lower Columbia River tributaries (Grays, Skamokawa, Elochoman and Lewis rivers plus Hardy Creek).  Also, building on habitat assessments done in the basin during FFY11 under this contract, a preliminary design for a spawning channel off the Lewis River will be completed.  There’s a more detailed explanation of major changes in the line-item budget following the Work Element changes detailed below.


Modified Work Element AZ:  Removed the cross section layout portion of the deliverable.  Since one site stood out as the clear first choice without needing this element, the $$ saved will be used for preliminary design at the Eagle Island site instead.

Work Elements CY through DP added in this CCR (see below)

Work Element CY: Setup and field work for chum habitat inventory of Elochoman River and Skamokawa Creek, including tributaries.

Work Element CZ: Report on chum salmon habitat inventory for the Elochoman River and Skamokawa Creek and its tributaries

Work Element DA: Additional site investigation at potential chum spawning channel on Lewis R. near Eagle Island

Work Element DB: Analysis of additional data from potential chum spawning channel on Lewis River at Eagle Island

Work Element DC: Develop preliminary designs for a chum spawning channel on the Lewis River near Eagle Island

Work Element DD: Generation of treatment alternatives for Crazy Johnson Creek

Work Element DE: Draft Project design for preferred treatment in Crazy Johnson Creek

Work Element DF: Identify additional potential chum spawning channel sites in Grays River Basin

Work Element DG: Pump test & monitoring wells at potential chum spawning channel locations identified in Work Element DF

Work Element DH: Analysis of pump test conducted under Work Element DG

Work Element DI: Memo detailing preliminary results of potential for chum spawning channels at sites from Work Element DF

Work Element DJ: Field reconnaissance & site selection for potential Hardy Creek chum spawning channel

Work Element DK: Conduct test pit excavations, pump test and installation of monitoring wells at potential chum spawning channel locations off Hardy Creek

Work Element DL: Analysis of pump test conducted in Hardy Creek Basin

Work Element DM: Memo on results of groundwater monitoring (test pits) at sites in Hardy Creek Basin

Work Element DN: Second test pit excavation, pump test and monitoring well at the Happa site, Lewis River

Work Element DO: Analysis of pump test data from second test pit at Happa site, Lewis River

Work Element DP: Technical memorandum summarizing the second Happa site's potential for a chum spawning channel


Major changes in budget:
1) Added of 4.55 months for a WDFW Environmental Specialist 4 to conduct the chum habitat inventory of Elochoman River and Skamokawa Creek.
2) Large increase in otolith decoding cost (~$40K) from projected cost for Fall 2011 adults as a result of a significant increase in the number of returning adults.
3) Increase in the sub-contract for Inter-Fluve to do additional habitat assessment at the Eagle Island and Happa sites on the Lewis River.  Inter-Fluve will also be producing preliminary designs for a chum salmon spawning channel at the Eagle Island location.
4) Increase in the sub-contract for the Lower Columbia Fish Enhancement Group as a result of additional habitat work/exploration proposed in Grays River and Hardy Creek basins.
5) Added $25,000 to purchase parts and construct a second custom 5’ rotary screw trap.  This trap will replace the fence-panel weir and live box trap currently in use in Crazy Johnson Creek.  Once it’s no longer needed in Crazy Johnson Creek (after three to four years of use) it will be available to monitor production at other reintroduction and supplementation sites.  The expected life span of the trap is at least 12 years.
6) Added ~$13,000 to upgrade smolt trapping activities (deck winches, Amsteel rope to replace wire rope, blocks, build/rebuild fence-weir panels and live boxes, trailers for smolt traps, etc).
7) An increase in WDFW’s indirect rate to 31.38%, the increase doesn’t take effect until July 1, 2012.  I estimated what would be spent before (23.51% overhead) and after (31.38% overhead) to determine a total indirect cost for the contract period.  Then divided that amount by the proposed contracts direct cost total to generate a weighted average indirect rate for the whole contract period.  Due to differences between federal fiscal years, state fiscal years and state biennium’s, this will in fact be the third indirect rate change to effect this contract.
Account Type(s):
Expense
Contract Start Date:
10/01/2010
Contract End Date:
09/30/2012
Current Contract Value:
$2,186,325
Expenditures:
$2,186,325

* Expenditures data includes accruals and are based on data through 30-Sep-2020.

BPA COTR:
Env. Compliance Lead:
Work Order Task(s):
Contract Type:
Contract (IGC)
Pricing Method:
Cost Reimbursement (CNF)
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Deliverable Title WSE Sort Letter, Number, Title Start End Complete
Environmental Compliance A: 165. FFY11 - Environmental Clearance 09/30/2011 09/30/2011
Data needed for spawner abundance est of chum salmon in primary spawning reaches of the Grays River B: 157. FFY11 - Sampling/marking for spawner population estimates via carcass tagging in Grays River 01/15/2011 12/31/2010
Data needed to generate population est., Columbia River and select WA tribs: I-205 to Bonneville Dam C: 157. FFY11 -Sampling/marking for spawner population est., Col. R. and select WA tribs: I-205 to Bonnl 02/15/2011 02/15/2011
Data needed for spawner abundance est of chum salmon in non-primary spawning areas D: 157. FFY11 - Spawning ground surveys in areas with low chum salmon spawner abundance 01/15/2011 01/15/2011
Chum salmon spawning ground survey data exchange E: 161. FFY11 - Chum salmon spawning ground survey data exchange for mainstem Columbia River spawning areas 01/15/2011 01/15/2011
Physical/environmental profile of the spawning channels during the time chum salmon are present F: 157. FFY11 - Monitor physical characteristics of renovated spawning channels at Duncan Creek 08/31/2011 08/31/2011
Adult trap installation and removal at Duncan Creek Dam G: 70. FFY11 - Install and remove adult trap at Duncan Creek Dam 01/15/2011 12/22/2010
Adult Trap data H: 157. FFY11 - Adult trap monitoring at Duncan Creek 02/15/2011 12/22/2010
Seine adults for broodstock I: 66. FFY11 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used at Duncan Creek and Washougal Hatchery 01/15/2011 12/31/2010
Collect adults for Salvage Plan J: 66. FFY11 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used in a Salvage Plan 01/15/2011 12/31/2010
Transported adults K: 66. FFY11 - Transport broodstock for supplementation efforts at Duncan Creek 01/15/2011 12/31/2010
Transported Salvage Plan adults L: 66. FFY11 - Transport adults collected for Salvage Plan 01/15/2011 12/31/2010
Adult spawner data from Duncan Creek spawning channel M: 157. FFY11 - Sampling of spawners placed into Duncan Creek spawning channels 01/15/2011 01/15/2011
Adult sampling data for artificial production at Washougal Hatchery N: 157. FFY11 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Washougal Hatchery 01/15/2011 01/15/2011
Adult sampling data for artificial production at Grays River Hatchery O: 157. FFY11 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Grays River Hatchery 12/15/2010 12/15/2010
Fry trap installation at Duncan Creek spawning channels P: 70. FFY11 - Install and remove fry traps at Duncan Creek spawning channel monitoring weirs 02/22/2011 02/09/2011
Daily fry totals at Duncan Creek spawning channels Q: 157. FFY11 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 05/31/2011 05/05/2011
Strontium marked fry naturally produced at Duncan Creek spawning channels R: 157. FFY11 - Place strontium mark on naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 05/31/2011 05/05/2011
Potential egg deposition (PED) and actual egg deposition (AED) values in Duncan spawning channels S: 162. FFY11 - Estimate egg-to-fry survival rates in Duncan Creek spawning channels 06/30/2011 06/30/2011
Out-migrant traps installation and removal in Hamilton Creek basin T: 70. FFY11 -Install and remove fry monitoring traps in Hamilton Creek and Hamilton Springs spawning chann 05/15/2011 05/02/2011
Daily catch and sampling data from Hamilton Creek out-migrant traps U: 157. FFY11 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry from Hamilton Creek basin 07/31/2011 07/31/2011
Installation and removal of smolt trap V: 70. FFY11 - Install and remove Grays River smolt traps 08/05/2011 08/05/2011
Characterize life history diversity of juvenile salmonids trapped from the Grays River W: 157. FFY11 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced juvenile salmonids in the Grays River 08/31/2011 08/31/2011
Thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release at Duncan Creek X: 176. FFY11 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Duncan Creek 05/31/2011 05/25/2011
Thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into the Grays River basin Y: 176. FFY11 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Grays River basin 05/31/2011 04/30/2011
Thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release under a "Salvage" plan Z: 176. FFY11 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release under a "Salvage" plan 05/31/2011 12/31/2010
Fecundity estimates AA: 157. FFY11 - Sampling of eggs for individual female fecundity - Grays River and Washougal hatcheries 02/15/2011 02/15/2011
Fry data - ponding and thermal marking AB: 157. FFY11 - Sampling of fry just prior to, and at ponding. Collection of thermally marked voucher fry. 04/30/2011 04/30/2011
Fry data - ponding and thermal marking AC: 157. FFY11 - Sampling of "Salvage" plan chum fry and collection of thermally marked voucher fry 04/30/2011 12/31/2010
Fecundity Estimates AD: 162. FFY11 - Analysis of hatchery data 07/31/2011 07/31/2011
Fecundity Estimates AE: 162. FFY11 - Analysis of Salvage Plan hatchery data 07/31/2011 12/31/2010
Adult chum salmon population estimates AF: 162. FFY11 - Analysis of adult data (sampling, mark/recapture and survey counts) for population estimates 07/31/2011 07/31/2011
Characterize life history diversity of juvenile salmonids trapped from the Grays River AG: 162. FFY11 - Analyze data collected from Grays River smolt trap 09/14/2012
Chum fry out-migrant estimates Hamilton Creek and Hamilton Springs spawning channel AH: 162. FFY11 - Analyze data collected from Hamilton Creek basin out-migrant traps 09/14/2012 09/14/2012
Report on origin of adults based on otolith decoding AI: 157. FFY11 - Decode otoliths collected from fall 2010 spawners 07/15/2011 07/31/2011
Adult origin analysis AJ: 162. FFY11 - Analysis to determine project origin adult returns 10/30/2011 10/30/2011
Draft enhancement/reintroduction strategy for Lower Columbia River chum salmon AK: 174. FFY11 & 12 - Enhancement/reintroduction strategy 09/30/2012
Population monitoring and evaluation plan AL: 174. FFY11 & 12 - Population monitoring and evaluation program 09/30/2012
Step 1 initiated for a Council 3-Step review for a yet-to-be identified chum salmon project AM: 168. FFY11 & 12 - Initiate a Council 3-Step review 08/31/2012 08/31/2012
Narrative comparison of alternatives and a 30% conceptual designs with a recommended alternative. AN: 175. FFY11 - Preliminary design Elochoman spawning channel 12/31/2011 11/16/2011
Rejuvenated spawning channel AO: 30. FFY11 - Rehab lower East Fork Lewis (Swanson's) spawning channel 09/30/2011 09/30/2011
Monitoring weir installed AP: 70. FFY11 - Install monitoring weir at Swanson's spawning channel 09/30/2011 09/30/2011
Submit draft FY13 SOW/budget to COTR AQ: 119. FFY11 & 12 - Project management and administration 07/01/2012 09/14/2012
Habitat enhancement projects AS: 114. FFY11 & 12 - Asses, identify and implement additional priority habitat projects - Placeholder 09/30/2012 09/30/2012
Project goals/objectives, criteria and alternatives for the Elochoman Hatchery chum spawning channel AT: 174. FFY11 - Identify project goals/objectives, criteria and alternatives for Elochoman H. channel 05/31/2011 05/31/2011
Profile of surface and groundwater at Elochoman Hatchery spawning channel AU: 157. FFY11 - Collect surface and groundwater data at Elochoman hatchery spawning channel site 08/31/2011 08/31/2011
A tabular summary of the available surface and groundwater for the proposed channel AV: 162. FFY11 - Analyze Groundwater, pump test data & evaluate surface water flows at Elochoman H. channel 08/31/2011 08/31/2011
Memo detailing initial findings and recommended top four locations. AW: 174. FFY11 - Field reconnaissance & site selection for Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis chum salmon channels 09/15/2011 09/15/2011
Summary tables of ground water monitoring and survey data AX: 157. FFY11 & 12 - Collect ground water & survey data at selected locations in Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis 08/01/2012
Summary tables of ground and surface water data collected. AY: 162. FFY11 - Analyze ground water data at selected locations in Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis 08/15/2012 08/15/2012
Feasibility assessment and conceptual designs at selected locations in Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis AZ: 175. FFY11 & 12 - Feasibility and conceptual designs at selected locations in Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis 08/15/2012 02/07/2012
Technical review of habitat proposals BA: 122. FFY11 & 12 - Provide technical review of habitat proposals 09/30/2012 09/30/2012
Adult trap installation and removal at Duncan Creek Dam BB: 70. FFY12 - Install and remove adult trap at Duncan Creek Dam 01/15/2012 12/29/2011
Seine adults for broodstock BC: 66. FFY12 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used at Duncan Creek and Washougal Hatchery 01/15/2012 12/29/2011
Seine adults for broodstock BD: 66. FFY12 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used at Lewis River Hatchery 01/15/2012 12/29/2011
Collect adults for Salvage Plan BE: 66. FFY12 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used in a Salvage Plan 01/15/2012 12/29/2011
Adult Trap data BF: 157. FFY12 - Adult trap monitoring at Duncan Creek 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Data needed to generate population est., Columbia River and select WA tribs: I-205 to Bonneville Dam BG: 157. FFY12 - Sampling/marking for spawner population est., Col. R. and select WA tribs: I-205 to Bonn 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Data needed for spawner abundance est of chum salmon in non-primary spawning areas BH: 157. FFY12 - Spawning ground surveys in areas with low chum salmon spawner abundance 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Data needed for spawner abundance est of chum salmon in primary spawning reaches of the Grays River BI: 157. FFY12 - Sampling/marking for spawner population estimates via carcass tagging in Grays River 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Chum salmon spawning ground survey data exchange BJ: 161. FFY12 - Chum salmon spawning ground survey data exchange for mainstem Columbia River spawning areas 01/15/2012 01/13/2012
Report on origin of adults based on otolith decoding BK: 157. FFY12 - Decode otoliths collected from fall 2011 spawners 07/15/2012 09/28/2012
Adult chum salmon population estimates BL: 162. FFY12 - Analysis of adult data (sampling, mark/recapture and survey counts) for population estimates 07/31/2012 07/31/2012
Adult origin analysis BM: 162. FFY12 - Analysis to determine project origin adult returns 08/31/2012 09/28/2012
Physical/environmental profile of the spawning channels during the time chum salmon are present BN: 157. FFY12 - Monitor physical characteristics of renovated spawning channels at Duncan Creek 08/31/2012 08/31/2012
Transported adults BO: 66. FFY12 - Transport broodstock for supplementation efforts 01/15/2012 12/29/2011
Transported Salvage Plan adults BP: 66. FFY12 - Transport adults collected for Salvage Plan 01/15/2012 12/29/2011
Adult spawner data from Duncan Creek spawning channel BQ: 157. FFY12 - Sampling of spawners placed into Duncan Creek spawning channels 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Adult sampling data for artificial production at Washougal Hatchery BR: 157. FFY12 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Washougal Hatchery 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Adult sampling data for artificial production at Lewis River Hatchery BS: 157. FFY12 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Lewis River Hatchery 06/30/2012 12/29/2011
Adult sampling data for artificial production at Grays River Hatchery BT: 157. FFY12 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Grays River Hatchery 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Fecundity Estimates BU: 162. FFY12 - Analysis of hatchery data 07/31/2012 07/31/2012
Fecundity Estimates BV: 162. FFY12 - Analysis of Salvage Plan hatchery data 07/31/2012 12/29/2011
Out-migrant traps installation and removal in Hamilton Creek basin BW: 70. FFY12 - Install and remove fry monitoring traps in Hamilton Creek and Hamilton Springs spawning chan 05/15/2012 06/30/2012
Fry trap installation at Duncan Creek spawning channels BX: 70. FFY12 - Install and remove fry traps at Duncan Creek spawning channel monitoring weirs 02/22/2012 02/14/2012
Installation and removal of smolt trap BY: 70. FFY12 - Install and remove Grays River smolt traps 08/05/2012 08/06/2012
Daily catch and sampling data from Hamilton Creek out-migrant traps BZ: 157. FFY12 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry from Hamilton Creek basin 07/31/2012 07/31/2012
Daily fry totals at Duncan Creek spawning channels CA: 157. FFY12 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 05/31/2012 04/27/2012
Characterize life history diversity of juvenile salmonids trapped from the Grays River CB: 157. FFY12 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced juvenile salmonids in the Grays River 08/31/2012 08/31/2012
Strontium marked fry naturally produced at Duncan Creek spawning channels CC: 157. FFY12 - Place strontium mark on naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 05/31/2012 04/27/2012
Chum fry out-migrant estimates Hamilton Creek and Hamilton Springs spawning channel CD: 162. FFY12 - Analyze data collected from Hamilton Creek basin out-migrant traps 09/30/2012 09/30/2012
Potential egg deposition (PED) and actual egg deposition (AED) values in Duncan spawning channels CE: 162. FFY12 - Estimate egg-to-fry survival rates in Duncan Creek spawning channels 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Characterize life history diversity of juvenile salmonids trapped from the Grays River CF: 162. FFY12 - Analyze data collected from Grays River smolt traps 09/30/2012
Fecundity estimates CG: 157. FFY12 - Sampling of eggs for individual female fecundity - Grays River, Washougal and Lewis River H. 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release at Duncan Creek CH: 176. FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Duncan Creek 05/31/2012 05/31/2012
Thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release under a "Salvage" plan CI: 176. FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release under a "Salvage" plan 05/31/2012 12/29/2011
Thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into the Lewis River Basin CJ: 176. FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Lewis River Basin 05/31/2012 12/29/2011
Thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into the Grays River basin CK: 176. FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Grays River basin 05/31/2012 05/31/2012
Fry data - ponding and thermal marking CL: 157. FFY12 - Sampling of fry just prior to, and at ponding. Collection of thermally marked voucher fry. 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Fry data - ponding and thermal marking CM: 157. FFY12 - Sampling of "Salvage" plan chum fry and collection of thermally marked voucher fry 06/30/2012 12/29/2011
Profile of groundwater at the potential Elochoman Hatchery spawning channel CN: 157. FFY12 - Collect groundwater data at Elochoman hatchery spawning channel site 08/31/2012 08/31/2012
A tabular summary of the available groundwater for the proposed channel in FFY12 CO: 162. FFY12 - Analyze Groundwater at Elochoman Hatchery channel location 08/31/2012 08/31/2012
Narrative comparison of alternatives and a 30% conceptual designs with a recommended alternative. CP: 175. FFY12 - Preliminary design Elochoman spawning channel 01/31/2012 01/31/2012
Attach Progress Report in Pisces CQ: 132. Submit Progress Report(s) for the period Oct 2009 to Sept 2010 12/30/2011 11/16/2011
Attach Progress Report(s) in Pisces CR: 132. Submit Progress Report(s) for the period Oct 2010 to Sept 2011 09/28/2012
Attach Progress Report(s) in Pisces CS: 132. Submit Progress Report(s) for the period Oct 2011 to Sept 2012 08/31/2012
Monitoring wells installed and U20 data loggers in place CT: 157. FFY11 & 12 - Collect ground water data in Crazy Johnson Creek Basin 06/30/2012 06/30/2012
Monitoring wells installed at West Fork Grays River location CU: 157. FFY12 - Collect ground water data at potential spawning channel site in W.F. Grays 09/15/2012
A tabular summary of the available groundwater for the proposed channel in FFY12 CV: 162. FFY12 - Analyze Groundwater at Crazy Johnson Creek 08/31/2012 08/31/2012
Populate required fields at MonitoringMethods.org CW: 174. Populate required fields at MonitoringMenthods.org 08/31/2012
Environmental Compliance CX: 165. FFY12 - Environmental Clearance 09/30/2012 09/30/2012
completion of office and field activities, chum salmon habitat in Elochoman R. and Skamokawa Crk CY: 157. FFY12 Setup and field work for chum habitat Inv of Elochoman R. and Skamokawa Creek & tribs of 06/29/2012 06/29/2012
Report on chum salmon habitat inventory for the Elochoman River and Skamokawa Creek and their tribs. CZ: 115. FFY12 Chum Salmon Habitat Inventory for the Elochoman River and Skamokawa Creek and its tributaries 07/30/2012 07/30/2012
Completion of additional work needed for chum spawning channel preliminary design in the Lewis River DA: 157. FFY12 Additional site investigation at potential chum spawning channel on Lewis R. near Eagle Island 09/14/2012 09/28/2012
Completion of analysis needed for preliminary design creation at the Lewis R. Eagle Island site DB: 162. FFY12 Analysis of additional data from potential chum spawning channel on Lewis R. at Eagle Island 09/14/2012
Preliminary design for and tech memo describing the survey, analysis, and design methodology DC: 175. FFY12 Develop preliminary designs for a chum spawning channel on the Lewis River near Eagle Island 09/14/2012
Memo on results of site analysis, eval and ranking of treatment alternatives for Crazy Johnson Cree DD: 174. FFY12 Generation of treatment alternatives for Crazy Johnson Creek 09/14/2012 09/28/2012
Preliminary Design package for Crazy Johnson Creek DE: 175. FFY12 Draft Project design for preferred treatment in Crazy Johnson Creek 09/28/2012 09/28/2012
Results of site visits to additional potential chum spawning channel locations in the Grays R. Basin DF: 114. FFY12 Identify additional potential chum spawning channel sites in Grays River Basin 05/31/2012 05/31/2012
Completed pump test results and monitoring well installation DG: 157. FFY12 Pump test & monitoring wells at potential chum spawning channel locations identified in WE DF 09/14/2012
Completion of pump test data analysis for test identified in WE DF and conducted under WE DG DH: 162. FFY12 Analysis of pump test conducted under WE DG 09/21/2012
Memo summarizing work conducted under WE DF, DG and DH DI: 141. FFY12 Memo detailing preliminary results of potential for chum spawning channels at sites from WE DF 09/28/2012
Completed site reconnaissance, site selection and land owner permissions DJ: 174. FFY12 Field reconnaissance & site selection for potential Hardy Creek chum spawning channel 08/31/2012 08/31/2012
Completed pump test results and monitoring well installation in Hardy Creek basin DK: 157. FFY12 Pump test & monitoring wells at potential chum spawning channel locations off Hardy Creek 09/14/2012 09/14/2012
Completion of pump test data analysis at locations in Hardy Creek Basin DL: 162. FFY12 Analysis of pump test conducted in Hardy Creek Basin 09/21/2012 09/21/2012
Memo summarizing ground water monitoring work conducted in Hardy Creek Basin DM: 141. FFY12 Memo on results of groundwater monitoring (test pits) at sites in Hardy Creek Basin 09/28/2012 09/28/2012
Monitoring of groundwater at a second site at the Happa site, Lewis River DN: 157. FFY12 Second test pit excavation, pump test and monitoring well at the Happa site, Lewis River 09/14/2012 09/14/2012
Summary table of groundwater data collected. DO: 162. FFY12 Analysis of pump test data from second test pit at Happa site, Lewis River 09/21/2012 09/28/2012
Technical memorandum summarizing the second Happa site's potential for a chum spawning channel DP: 141. FFY12 Technical memorandum summarizing the second Happa site's potential for a chum spawning channel 09/28/2012

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Primary Focal Species Work Statement Elements
Chum (Oncorhynchus keta) - Columbia River ESU (Threatened)
  • 1 instance of WE 30 Realign, Connect, and/or Create Channel
  • 7 instances of WE 176 Produce Hatchery Fish
  • 9 instances of WE 66 Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery
  • 2 instances of WE 114 Identify and Select Projects
  • 1 instance of WE 115 Produce Inventory or Assessment
  • 1 instance of WE 122 Provide Technical Review and Recommendation
  • 7 instances of WE 174 Produce Plan
  • 5 instances of WE 175 Produce Design
  • 9 instances of WE 70 Install Fish Monitoring Equipment
  • 43 instances of WE 157 Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data
  • 2 instances of WE 161 Disseminate Raw/Summary Data and Results
  • 22 instances of WE 162 Analyze/Interpret Data
  • 1 instance of WE 168 Council 3-step Process: Step 1

Sort WE ID WE Title NEPA NOAA USFWS NHPA Has Provisions Inadvertent Discovery Completed
A 165 FFY11 - Environmental Clearance 10/01/2010
B 157 FFY11 - Sampling/marking for spawner population estimates via carcass tagging in Grays River 10/01/2010
C 157 FFY11 -Sampling/marking for spawner population est., Col. R. and select WA tribs: I-205 to Bonnl 10/01/2010
D 157 FFY11 - Spawning ground surveys in areas with low chum salmon spawner abundance 10/01/2010
E 161 FFY11 - Chum salmon spawning ground survey data exchange for mainstem Columbia River spawning areas 10/01/2010
F 157 FFY11 - Monitor physical characteristics of renovated spawning channels at Duncan Creek 10/01/2010
G 70 FFY11 - Install and remove adult trap at Duncan Creek Dam 10/01/2010
H 157 FFY11 - Adult trap monitoring at Duncan Creek 10/01/2010
I 66 FFY11 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used at Duncan Creek and Washougal Hatchery 10/01/2010
J 66 FFY11 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used in a Salvage Plan 10/01/2010
K 66 FFY11 - Transport broodstock for supplementation efforts at Duncan Creek 10/01/2010
L 66 FFY11 - Transport adults collected for Salvage Plan 10/01/2010
M 157 FFY11 - Sampling of spawners placed into Duncan Creek spawning channels 10/01/2010
N 157 FFY11 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Washougal Hatchery 10/01/2010
O 157 FFY11 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Grays River Hatchery 10/01/2010
P 70 FFY11 - Install and remove fry traps at Duncan Creek spawning channel monitoring weirs 10/01/2010
Q 157 FFY11 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 10/01/2010
R 157 FFY11 - Place strontium mark on naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 10/01/2010
S 162 FFY11 - Estimate egg-to-fry survival rates in Duncan Creek spawning channels 10/01/2010
T 70 FFY11 -Install and remove fry monitoring traps in Hamilton Creek and Hamilton Springs spawning chann 02/01/2011
U 157 FFY11 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry from Hamilton Creek basin 02/01/2011
V 70 FFY11 - Install and remove Grays River smolt traps 02/01/2011
W 157 FFY11 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced juvenile salmonids in the Grays River 02/01/2011
X 176 FFY11 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Duncan Creek 10/01/2010
Y 176 FFY11 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Grays River basin 10/01/2010
Z 176 FFY11 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release under a "Salvage" plan 10/01/2010
AA 157 FFY11 - Sampling of eggs for individual female fecundity - Grays River and Washougal hatcheries 10/01/2010
AB 157 FFY11 - Sampling of fry just prior to, and at ponding. Collection of thermally marked voucher fry. 10/01/2010
AC 157 FFY11 - Sampling of "Salvage" plan chum fry and collection of thermally marked voucher fry 10/01/2010
AD 162 FFY11 - Analysis of hatchery data 10/01/2010
AE 162 FFY11 - Analysis of Salvage Plan hatchery data 10/01/2010
AF 162 FFY11 - Analysis of adult data (sampling, mark/recapture and survey counts) for population estimates 10/01/2010
AG 162 FFY11 - Analyze data collected from Grays River smolt trap 10/01/2010
AH 162 FFY11 - Analyze data collected from Hamilton Creek basin out-migrant traps 10/01/2010
AI 157 FFY11 - Decode otoliths collected from fall 2010 spawners 10/01/2010
AJ 162 FFY11 - Analysis to determine project origin adult returns 10/01/2010
AK 174 FFY11 & 12 - Enhancement/reintroduction strategy 10/01/2010
AL 174 FFY11 & 12 - Population monitoring and evaluation program 10/01/2010
AM 168 FFY11 & 12 - Initiate a Council 3-Step review 10/01/2010
AN 175 FFY11 - Preliminary design Elochoman spawning channel 10/01/2010
AO 30 FFY11 - Rehab lower East Fork Lewis (Swanson's) spawning channel 08/08/2011
AP 70 FFY11 - Install monitoring weir at Swanson's spawning channel 08/08/2011
AQ 119 FFY11 & 12 - Project management and administration 10/01/2010
AR 185 Periodic Status Reports for BPA 10/01/2010
AS 114 FFY11 & 12 - Asses, identify and implement additional priority habitat projects - Placeholder 10/01/2010
AT 174 FFY11 - Identify project goals/objectives, criteria and alternatives for Elochoman H. channel 10/01/2010
AU 157 FFY11 - Collect surface and groundwater data at Elochoman hatchery spawning channel site 04/29/2011
AV 162 FFY11 - Analyze Groundwater, pump test data & evaluate surface water flows at Elochoman H. channel 10/01/2010
AW 174 FFY11 - Field reconnaissance & site selection for Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis chum salmon channels 10/01/2010
AX 157 FFY11 & 12 - Collect ground water & survey data at selected locations in Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis 08/08/2011
AY 162 FFY11 - Analyze ground water data at selected locations in Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis 10/01/2010
AZ 175 FFY11 & 12 - Feasibility and conceptual designs at selected locations in Lewis &/or E. F. Lewis 10/01/2010
BA 122 FFY11 & 12 - Provide technical review of habitat proposals 10/01/2010
BB 70 FFY12 - Install and remove adult trap at Duncan Creek Dam 10/01/2011
BC 66 FFY12 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used at Duncan Creek and Washougal Hatchery 08/16/2011
BD 66 FFY12 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used at Lewis River Hatchery
BE 66 FFY12 - Seining activities for broodstock to be used in a Salvage Plan 08/16/2011
BF 157 FFY12 - Adult trap monitoring at Duncan Creek 10/01/2011
BG 157 FFY12 - Sampling/marking for spawner population est., Col. R. and select WA tribs: I-205 to Bonn 10/01/2011
BH 157 FFY12 - Spawning ground surveys in areas with low chum salmon spawner abundance 10/01/2011
BI 157 FFY12 - Sampling/marking for spawner population estimates via carcass tagging in Grays River 10/01/2011
BJ 161 FFY12 - Chum salmon spawning ground survey data exchange for mainstem Columbia River spawning areas 10/01/2011
BK 157 FFY12 - Decode otoliths collected from fall 2011 spawners 10/01/2011
BL 162 FFY12 - Analysis of adult data (sampling, mark/recapture and survey counts) for population estimates 10/01/2011
BM 162 FFY12 - Analysis to determine project origin adult returns 10/01/2011
BN 157 FFY12 - Monitor physical characteristics of renovated spawning channels at Duncan Creek 10/01/2011
BO 66 FFY12 - Transport broodstock for supplementation efforts 08/16/2011
BP 66 FFY12 - Transport adults collected for Salvage Plan 08/16/2011
BQ 157 FFY12 - Sampling of spawners placed into Duncan Creek spawning channels 10/01/2011
BR 157 FFY12 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Washougal Hatchery 10/01/2011
BS 157 FFY12 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Lewis River Hatchery
BT 157 FFY12 - Sampling of adults used for artificial propagation at Grays River Hatchery 10/01/2011
BU 162 FFY12 - Analysis of hatchery data 10/01/2011
BV 162 FFY12 - Analysis of Salvage Plan hatchery data 10/01/2011
BW 70 FFY12 - Install and remove fry monitoring traps in Hamilton Creek and Hamilton Springs spawning chan 02/07/2012
BX 70 FFY12 - Install and remove fry traps at Duncan Creek spawning channel monitoring weirs 10/01/2011
BY 70 FFY12 - Install and remove Grays River smolt traps 02/07/2012
BZ 157 FFY12 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry from Hamilton Creek basin 02/07/2012
CA 157 FFY12 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 10/01/2011
CB 157 FFY12 - Enumeration and sampling of naturally produced juvenile salmonids in the Grays River 02/07/2012
CC 157 FFY12 - Place strontium mark on naturally produced fry at Duncan Creek 10/01/2011
CD 162 FFY12 - Analyze data collected from Hamilton Creek basin out-migrant traps 10/01/2010
CE 162 FFY12 - Estimate egg-to-fry survival rates in Duncan Creek spawning channels 10/01/2011
CF 162 FFY12 - Analyze data collected from Grays River smolt traps 10/01/2011
CG 157 FFY12 - Sampling of eggs for individual female fecundity - Grays River, Washougal and Lewis River H. 10/01/2011
CH 176 FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Duncan Creek 08/16/2011
CI 176 FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release under a "Salvage" plan 08/16/2011
CJ 176 FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Lewis River Basin
CK 176 FFY12 - Produce thermally marked chum salmon fed-fry for release into Grays River basin 08/16/2011
CL 157 FFY12 - Sampling of fry just prior to, and at ponding. Collection of thermally marked voucher fry. 10/01/2011
CM 157 FFY12 - Sampling of "Salvage" plan chum fry and collection of thermally marked voucher fry 10/01/2011
CN 157 FFY12 - Collect groundwater data at Elochoman hatchery spawning channel site 10/01/2011
CO 162 FFY12 - Analyze Groundwater at Elochoman Hatchery channel location 10/01/2011
CP 175 FFY12 - Preliminary design Elochoman spawning channel 10/01/2011
CQ 132 Submit Progress Report(s) for the period Oct 2009 to Sept 2010 10/01/2011
CR 132 Submit Progress Report(s) for the period Oct 2010 to Sept 2011 10/01/2010
CS 132 Submit Progress Report(s) for the period Oct 2011 to Sept 2012 10/01/2011
CT 157 FFY11 & 12 - Collect ground water data in Crazy Johnson Creek Basin 09/19/2011
CU 157 FFY12 - Collect ground water data at potential spawning channel site in W.F. Grays 10/26/2012
CV 162 FFY12 - Analyze Groundwater at Crazy Johnson Creek 10/01/2010
CW 174 Populate required fields at MonitoringMenthods.org 10/01/2011
CX 165 FFY12 - Environmental Clearance 10/01/2010
CY 157 FFY12 Setup and field work for chum habitat Inv of Elochoman R. and Skamokawa Creek & tribs of 04/05/2012
CZ 115 FFY12 Chum Salmon Habitat Inventory for the Elochoman River and Skamokawa Creek and its tributaries 10/01/2010
DA 157 FFY12 Additional site investigation at potential chum spawning channel on Lewis R. near Eagle Island 08/08/2011
DB 162 FFY12 Analysis of additional data from potential chum spawning channel on Lewis R. at Eagle Island 10/01/2010
DC 175 FFY12 Develop preliminary designs for a chum spawning channel on the Lewis River near Eagle Island 10/01/2010
DD 174 FFY12 Generation of treatment alternatives for Crazy Johnson Creek 10/01/2010
DE 175 FFY12 Draft Project design for preferred treatment in Crazy Johnson Creek 10/01/2010
DF 114 FFY12 Identify additional potential chum spawning channel sites in Grays River Basin 10/01/2010
DG 157 FFY12 Pump test & monitoring wells at potential chum spawning channel locations identified in WE DF 10/26/2012
DH 162 FFY12 Analysis of pump test conducted under WE DG 10/01/2010
DI 141 FFY12 Memo detailing preliminary results of potential for chum spawning channels at sites from WE DF 10/01/2010
DJ 174 FFY12 Field reconnaissance & site selection for potential Hardy Creek chum spawning channel 04/05/2012
DK 157 FFY12 Pump test & monitoring wells at potential chum spawning channel locations off Hardy Creek 07/17/2012
DL 162 FFY12 Analysis of pump test conducted in Hardy Creek Basin 10/01/2010
DM 141 FFY12 Memo on results of groundwater monitoring (test pits) at sites in Hardy Creek Basin 10/01/2010
DN 157 FFY12 Second test pit excavation, pump test and monitoring well at the Happa site, Lewis River 08/08/2011
DO 162 FFY12 Analysis of pump test data from second test pit at Happa site, Lewis River 10/01/2010
DP 141 FFY12 Technical memorandum summarizing the second Happa site's potential for a chum spawning channel 10/01/2010