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Project 2008-905-00 - Supplementation Projects
Project Number:
2008-905-00
Title:
Supplementation Projects
Summary:
The Anadromous Fish Program (AFP) is responsible for implementing five fishery restoration projects in the Salmon River basin. Each fishery restoration project was uniquely developed to meet Tribal harvest, culture, and conservation objectives. During the performance period, the AFP will finalize the Narrative Proposal, long-term Monitoring, Research, and Evaluation (MR&E) Plan, and assist with planning the Crystal Springs Fish Hatchery (FH) Program. In addition, the AFP will implement the Panther Creek Chinook Salmon Project, the Yankee Fork Chinook Salmon Project, and the Steelhead Streamside Incubation Project.

The Panther Creek and Yankee Fork Chinook Salmon Projects are components of the Crystal Springs FH Program. Crystal Springs FH, although not yet constructed, is being developed to produce 1,000,000 Chinook salmon smolts. The plan is to release 400,000 summer Chinook salmon smolts in Panther Creek and 600,000 spring Chinook salmon smolts in Yankee Fork. The AFP will provide input, guidance, and reviews on all documents pertaining to the design and construction of the Crystal Springs FH and Panther Creek and Yankee Fork Satellite Facilities.

The Panther Creek Chinook Salmon Project was initiated in 2010 with the collection of baseline data. We intend to continue and expand the collection of baseline data to further inform management decisions and initiate reintroduction efforts. During the performance period, we intend to (1) finalize the section of the MR&E Plan that addresses the project; (2) conduct spawning ground surveys; (3) conduct electrofishing surveys; (4) conduct habitat surveys; (5) install and operate the Panther Creek rotary screw trap; (6) install and operate the Panther Creek PIT tag array; (7) outplant ~1,000,000 summer Chinook salmon eyed-eggs in treatment tributaries; and (8) assist with hatchery planning activities associated with the development and construction of the Crystal Springs FH Program and Panther Creek Satellite Facility.

The Yankee Fork Chinook Salmon Project was initiated in 2006 with the release of juvenile Chinook salmon smolts. The majority of the project activities are funded by the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan (LSRCP). However, with BPA funds we intend to (1) finalize the section of the MR&E Plan that addresses the project; (2) construct a permanent anchor system for the Pole Flat and West Fork screw traps and install traps; (3) conduct electrofishing surveys; (4) conduct habitat surveys; (5) assist with the "Nutrient Enrichment Study" (e.g., live and dead carcass outplants); (6) manage, analyze and report on PIT tag array fish-in fish-out production estimates; (7) assist with hatchery planning activities associated with the development and construction of the Crystal Springs FH Program and Yankee Fork Satellite Facility; (8) and fund a graduate project at Idaho State University to address project-related research questions.

The Steelhead Streamside Incubation Project was initiated in 1995. A total of 1,000,000 eyed-eggs are annually outplanted into Yankee Fork, Panther Creek, and Indian Creek. MR&E activities associated with the Panther Creek and Yankee Fork Chinook Salmon Projects complement this project, therefore, it is inherent that evaluations will be completed in those basins. In addition, we intend to (1) finalize the section of the MR&E Plan that addresses the project; (2) design a juvenile fish trapping system for Indian Creek; (3) design an adult fish trapping system for Indian Creek; (4) conduct electrofishing surveys in Indian Creek; (5) conduct habitat surveys in Indian Creek; and (6) and fund a graduate project at Idaho State University to address project-related research questions.

The Chinook Salmon Egg Incubation Project was initiated in 1997. A total of 300,000 eyed-eggs are annually outplanted into Dollar Creek, a tributary of the South Fork Salmon River. Funds are included in this contract to finalize the section of the MR&E Plan that addresses this project.

The Yankee Fork Steelhead Project was initiated in 2001 and is currently funded through the LSRCP. The Tribes will continue to seek full operation and maintenance and monitoring and evaluation funds from the LSRCP to successfully implement this project. However funds are included in this contract to (1) finalize the section of the MR&E Plan that addresses this project and (2) assist with design criteria of the Yankee Fork Satellite Facility weir to accommodate trapping adult steelhead.
Proposer:
Proponent Orgs:
Shoshone-Bannock Tribes (Tribe)
Starting FY:
2009
Ending FY:
2032
BPA PM:
Stage:
Implementation - Project Status Report
Area:
Province Subbasin %
Upper Snake Snake Upper 100.00%
Purpose:
Artificial Production
Emphasis:
Supplementation
Focal Species:
Chinook - All Populations
Chinook - Snake River Spring/Summer ESU
Cutthroat Trout, Westslope
Steelhead - Snake River DPS
Trout, Brook
Trout, Bull
Whitefish, Mountain
Species Benefit:
Anadromous: 100.0%   Resident: 0.0%   Wildlife: 0.0%
Special:
None
BiOp Association:
None

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Summary of Budgets

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Decided Budget Transfers  (FY2020 - FY2022)

Acct FY Acct Type Amount Fund Budget Decision Date
FY2020 Capital $0 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Extensions (Shoshone-Bannock Tribe) 10/1/2018 10/01/2018
FY2020 Expense $550,000 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Extensions (Shoshone-Bannock Tribe) 10/1/2018 10/01/2018
FY2020 Expense $8,506 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock PIT Tags 04/03/2020
FY2020 Expense $41,859 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Transfers (SBT) 4/6/2021 04/06/2021
FY2020 Expense $41,859 To: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Transfers (SBT) 4/6/2021 04/06/2021
FY2020 Expense $271,861 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Transfers (SBT) 4/6/2021 04/06/2021
FY2020 Expense $271,861 To: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Transfers (SBT) 4/6/2021 04/06/2021
FY2020 Expense $92,280 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Transfers (SBT) 4/6/2021 04/06/2021
FY2020 Expense $92,280 To: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Transfers (SBT) 4/6/2021 04/06/2021
FY2021 Capital $0 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Extensions (Shoshone-Bannock Tribe) 10/1/2018 10/01/2018
FY2021 Expense $607,500 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Extensions (Shoshone-Bannock Tribe) 10/1/2018 10/01/2018
FY2022 Capital $0 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Extensions (Shoshone-Bannock Tribe) 10/1/2018 10/01/2018
FY2022 Expense $648,000 From: Fish Accord - Shoshone Bannock Accord Extensions (Shoshone-Bannock Tribe) 10/1/2018 10/01/2018

Pending Budget Decision?  No


Actual Project Cost Share

Current Fiscal Year — 2021
Cost Share Partner Total Proposed Contribution Total Confirmed Contribution
There are no project cost share contributions to show.
Previous Fiscal Years
Fiscal Year Total Contributions % of Budget
2014 (Draft)
2013
2012 $9,883 5%
2011

Contracts

The table below contains contracts with the following statuses: Active, Closed, Complete, History, Issued.
* "Total Contracted Amount" column includes contracted amount from both capital and expense components of the contract.
Expense Contracts:
Number Contractor Name Title Status Total Contracted Amount Dates
53850 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION PROJECTS Closed $299,760 7/1/2011 - 6/30/2012
57877 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION PROJECTS Closed $199,018 7/1/2012 - 6/30/2013
62202 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SBT ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION Closed $287,395 7/1/2013 - 6/30/2014
66365 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SBT ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION Closed $511,268 7/1/2014 - 12/31/2015
71276 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SBT ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION Closed $466,402 1/1/2016 - 12/31/2016
75391 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SBT ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION Closed $673,982 1/1/2017 - 12/31/2017
BPA-010322 Bonneville Power Administration PIT Tags - SBT Supplementation Active $8,513 10/1/2017 - 9/30/2018
77111 REL 2 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SBT ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION Closed $609,159 1/1/2018 - 1/31/2019
BPA-011015 Bonneville Power Administration PIT Tags - SBT Supplementation Active $0 10/1/2018 - 9/30/2019
77111 REL 15 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SBT ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION Closed $472,165 2/1/2019 - 1/31/2020
BPA-011607 Bonneville Power Administration FY20 Internal Services/PIT tags Active $20,394 10/1/2019 - 9/30/2020
77111 REL 24 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SUPPLEMENTATION PROJECTS Issued $538,180 2/1/2020 - 3/31/2021
BPA-012093 Bonneville Power Administration FY21 Pit Tags Active $7,850 10/1/2020 - 9/30/2021
77111 REL 38 SOW Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 2008-905-00 EXP SUPPLEMENTATION PROJECTS Pending $599,650 4/1/2021 - 3/31/2022



Annual Progress Reports
Expected (since FY2004):27
Completed:8
On time:8
Status Reports
Completed:40
On time:17
Avg Days Late:6

Earliest Subsequent           Accepted Count of Contract Deliverables
Contract Contract(s) Title Contractor Start End Status Reports Complete Green Yellow Red Total % Green and Complete Canceled
53850 57877, 62202, 66365, 71276, 75391, 77111 REL 2, 77111 REL 15, 77111 REL 24 2008-905-00 EXP ACCORD SUPPLEMENTATION PROJECTS Shoshone-Bannock Tribes 07/2011 07/2011 Pending 39 73 4 0 45 122 63.11% 0
BPA-010322 PIT Tags - SBT Supplementation Bonneville Power Administration 10/2017 10/2017 Active 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
BPA-011015 PIT Tags - SBT Supplementation Bonneville Power Administration 10/2018 10/2018 Active 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
BPA-011607 FY20 Internal Services/PIT tags Bonneville Power Administration 10/2019 10/2019 Active 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
BPA-012093 FY21 Pit Tags Bonneville Power Administration 10/2020 10/2020 Active 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Project Totals 39 73 4 0 45 122 63.11% 0


The table content is updated frequently and thus contains more recent information than what was in the original proposal reviewed by ISRP and Council.

Review: RME / AP Category Review

Council Recommendation

Assessment Number: 2008-905-00-NPCC-20110105
Project: 2008-905-00 - Supplementation Projects
Review: RME / AP Category Review
Proposal: RMECAT-2008-905-00
Proposal State: Pending BPA Response
Approved Date: 6/10/2011
Recommendation: Under Review
Comments: Project implementation based on outcome of review process.

Independent Scientific Review Panel Assessment

Assessment Number: 2008-905-00-ISRP-20101015
Project: 2008-905-00 - Supplementation Projects
Review: RME / AP Category Review
Proposal Number: RMECAT-2008-905-00
Completed Date: 12/17/2010
Final Round ISRP Date: 12/17/2010
Final Round ISRP Rating: Does Not Meet Scientific Review Criteria
Final Round ISRP Comment:
The proponent needs to provide a more comprehensive proposal that describes and justifies the proposed monitoring and evaluation. Planning for this project would benefit from coordination with the Columbia River Hatchery Effects Evaluation Team project. The proposed program should be reviewed as part of the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan (LSRCP) and the Crystal Springs Step Review. The program needs to identify criteria, metrics, and methodology that will be used to evaluate success or failure of the supplementation. Please see additional comments below.

1. Purpose, Significance to Regional Programs, Technical Background, and Objectives

In 2004, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe’s Fish and Wildlife Department developed the Supplementation, Monitoring, & Evaluation Program (SMEP) to increase abundance of salmon and steelhead populations in the Salmon River Basin. The program is directed to identify populations at immediate risk of extinction and develop artificial propagation strategies designed to significantly increase adult abundance. Research, monitoring and evaluation are completed to assess benefits and risks associated with each supplementation strategy. The program currently includes four supplementation projects, but additional projects may be developed if additional populations are at high risk of extinction for abundance and productivity. Following the guidance of the Tribe, existing monitoring and evaluation plan, each supplementation project will be assessed so that operations can be adaptively managed to optimize hatchery and natural production, minimize ecological impacts, and sustain harvest. The program has been underway for a number of years through funding from a variety of sources, most recently the LSRCP. The intent of this proposal is to provide additional funding for the program to facilitate full participation in operations and maintenance and monitoring and evaluation. The effort to supplement Chinook and steelhead within the Salmon River subbasin is consistent with Fish and Wildlife Program, LSRCP, US v Oregon, and the Salmon River subbasin plan.

Technical Background: Incomplete. There is a brief narrative on the status of spring Chinook and steelhead in some of the watersheds that are proposed for treatment. However, the technical background is generally deficient in presenting the limitations of supplementation, the history of supplementation in the Salmon and Clearwater Rivers in Idaho, and other areas of the Columbia River Basin. The technical background does not clearly identify that at present there has been no evidence that supplementation can yield an increase in abundance of natural-origin adults, which needs to be the key response variable. The technical background should succinctly recognize the content in the Ad Hoc Supplementation report, and the various ISAB and ISRP reports on evaluating supplementation, and supplementation risks. An experimental design is needed to evaluate the supplementation effort. The streamside incubators, adult outplants, and smolt releases need to be conducted in such a way that they can be individually evaluated.

Relative reproductive success of hatchery versus natural salmon and steelhead is inadequate to evaluate supplementation success. The evaluation of supplementation requires a comparison of the trends in abundance of natural-origin salmon in supplemented and unsupplemented reference streams. The successful return of hatchery-origin adults is a necessary condition for supplementation to yield a benefit to the abundance of natural-origin salmon (measured in the next generation), but is not the measure of success. The return of the hatchery-origin adults is the treatment, and the response is natural-origin adults in the next generation. If there are density dependent (or other ecological constraints) limits on production then the progeny of hatchery-origin spawners may replace, not add to, the adults produced by natural-origin adults. Issues regarding Chinook minijacks should be discussed.

Objectives: Incomplete. The proposal needs clear objectives for adult returns of both hatchery and natural-origin salmon, an explanation of the disposition of those fish for harvest, hatchery propagation, and for natural spawning. If the PNI of the Chinook program is 0.30 this will be a hatchery driven population that could rapidly lose adaptation to the local environment, and long-term this goal is inconsistent with current best practices and the Fish and Wildlife Program. Enumeration of the metrics needed to estimate VSP parameters is justified.

2. History: Accomplishments, Results, and Adaptive Management

There is an adequate description of the past history of the project. It is clear from the presentation that insufficient attention has been given to experimental design, collecting monitoring data, and analysis. After releasing many thousand eyed-eggs and smolts, no results or interpretation are provided. There does not appear to be a robust monitoring plan for the eyed-egg component or evaluation of stream capacity. For example, with the large releases in the Yankee Fork they should carefully consider the implications if they do not get adult returns. They should consider otolith marks for the eyed-egg releases.

3. Project Relationships, Emerging Limiting Factors, and Tailored Questions for Type of Work (Hatchery, RME, Tagging)

Project Relationships: Incomplete. The relationship to many projects is provided, but linkages to other supplementation efforts in the Snake River are absent. From the map it appears that a portion of the project is geographically near Johnson Creek. The target populations may be near supplementation or reference sites for the ISS. All of this needs to be developed in a proposal.

The proponent should participate in the Columbia River Hatchery Effects Evaluation Team effort, adopt standardized measures and evaluation of supplementations, and include these sites in a basinwide evaluation of whether there are benefits to supplementation.

The HSRG has encouraged a sliding scale for collecting broodstock and permitting adult hatchery fish on the spawning grounds. They relax conservative guidelines when natural-origin abundance is small. The ISRP continues to point out that there is no empirical evidence that this sliding scale reduces extirpation likelihood. The sliding scale could be subject to an adaptive management experiment, but to date it has not.

An in depth consideration of the HSRG evaluation of supplementation by the Sho-Ban Tribe through the LSRCP and the USFWS evaluation of the program is beyond the time line for this proposal review. The ISRP is scheduled to serve as an independent reviewer of the LSRCP and anticipates complete top to bottom review of this effort through that process. The LSRCP review will take place over a three-year period, one species (ESU) per year, with spring Chinook in 2010, steelhead in 2011, and fall Chinook in 2012.

4. Deliverables, Work Elements, Metrics, and Methods

Incomplete. The methods and metrics need to be sufficient to evaluate the supplementation effort. An explicit experimental design with response variables, metrics to evaluate those variables, methods of analysis, and field methods to collect the data with sufficient precision and accuracy is needed. It is not clear who would conduct all of the proposed efforts. No reports from previous efforts of the project (funded by other agencies) were provided.
First Round ISRP Date: 10/18/2010
First Round ISRP Rating: Does Not Meet Scientific Review Criteria
First Round ISRP Comment:
The proponent needs to provide a more comprehensive proposal that describes and justifies the proposed monitoring and evaluation. Planning for this project would benefit from coordination with the Columbia River Hatchery Effects Evaluation Team project. The proposed program should be reviewed as part of the Lower Snake River Compensation Plan (LSRCP) and the Crystal Springs Step Review. The program needs to identify criteria, metrics, and methodology that will be used to evaluate success or failure of the supplementation. Please see additional comments below.

1. Purpose, Significance to Regional Programs, Technical Background, and Objectives

In 2004, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribe’s Fish and Wildlife Department developed the Supplementation, Monitoring, & Evaluation Program (SMEP) to increase abundance of salmon and steelhead populations in the Salmon River Basin. The program is directed to identify populations at immediate risk of extinction and develop artificial propagation strategies designed to significantly increase adult abundance. Research, monitoring and evaluation are completed to assess benefits and risks associated with each supplementation strategy. The program currently includes four supplementation projects, but additional projects may be developed if additional populations are at high risk of extinction for abundance and productivity. Following the guidance of the Tribe, existing monitoring and evaluation plan, each supplementation project will be assessed so that operations can be adaptively managed to optimize hatchery and natural production, minimize ecological impacts, and sustain harvest. The program has been underway for a number of years through funding from a variety of sources, most recently the LSRCP. The intent of this proposal is to provide additional funding for the program to facilitate full participation in operations and maintenance and monitoring and evaluation. The effort to supplement Chinook and steelhead within the Salmon River subbasin is consistent with Fish and Wildlife Program, LSRCP, US v Oregon, and the Salmon River subbasin plan.

Technical Background: Incomplete. There is a brief narrative on the status of spring Chinook and steelhead in some of the watersheds that are proposed for treatment. However, the technical background is generally deficient in presenting the limitations of supplementation, the history of supplementation in the Salmon and Clearwater Rivers in Idaho, and other areas of the Columbia River Basin. The technical background does not clearly identify that at present there has been no evidence that supplementation can yield an increase in abundance of natural-origin adults, which needs to be the key response variable. The technical background should succinctly recognize the content in the Ad Hoc Supplementation report, and the various ISAB and ISRP reports on evaluating supplementation, and supplementation risks. An experimental design is needed to evaluate the supplementation effort. The streamside incubators, adult outplants, and smolt releases need to be conducted in such a way that they can be individually evaluated.

Relative reproductive success of hatchery versus natural salmon and steelhead is inadequate to evaluate supplementation success. The evaluation of supplementation requires a comparison of the trends in abundance of natural-origin salmon in supplemented and unsupplemented reference streams. The successful return of hatchery-origin adults is a necessary condition for supplementation to yield a benefit to the abundance of natural-origin salmon (measured in the next generation), but is not the measure of success. The return of the hatchery-origin adults is the treatment, and the response is natural-origin adults in the next generation. If there are density dependent (or other ecological constraints) limits on production then the progeny of hatchery-origin spawners may replace, not add to, the adults produced by natural-origin adults. Issues regarding Chinook minijacks should be discussed.

Objectives: Incomplete. The proposal needs clear objectives for adult returns of both hatchery and natural-origin salmon, an explanation of the disposition of those fish for harvest, hatchery propagation, and for natural spawning. If the PNI of the Chinook program is 0.30 this will be a hatchery driven population that could rapidly lose adaptation to the local environment, and long-term this goal is inconsistent with current best practices and the Fish and Wildlife Program. Enumeration of the metrics needed to estimate VSP parameters is justified.

2. History: Accomplishments, Results, and Adaptive Management

There is an adequate description of the past history of the project. It is clear from the presentation that insufficient attention has been given to experimental design, collecting monitoring data, and analysis. After releasing many thousand eyed-eggs and smolts, no results or interpretation are provided. There does not appear to be a robust monitoring plan for the eyed-egg component or evaluation of stream capacity. For example, with the large releases in the Yankee Fork they should carefully consider the implications if they do not get adult returns. They should consider otolith marks for the eyed-egg releases.

3. Project Relationships, Emerging Limiting Factors, and Tailored Questions for Type of Work (Hatchery, RME, Tagging)

Project Relationships: Incomplete. The relationship to many projects is provided, but linkages to other supplementation efforts in the Snake River are absent. From the map it appears that a portion of the project is geographically near Johnson Creek. The target populations may be near supplementation or reference sites for the ISS. All of this needs to be developed in a proposal.

The proponent should participate in the Columbia River Hatchery Effects Evaluation Team effort, adopt standardized measures and evaluation of supplementations, and include these sites in a basinwide evaluation of whether there are benefits to supplementation.

The HSRG has encouraged a sliding scale for collecting broodstock and permitting adult hatchery fish on the spawning grounds. They relax conservative guidelines when natural-origin abundance is small. The ISRP continues to point out that there is no empirical evidence that this sliding scale reduces extirpation likelihood. The sliding scale could be subject to an adaptive management experiment, but to date it has not.

An in depth consideration of the HSRG evaluation of supplementation by the Sho-Ban Tribe through the LSRCP and the USFWS evaluation of the program is beyond the time line for this proposal review. The ISRP is scheduled to serve as an independent reviewer of the LSRCP and anticipates complete top to bottom review of this effort through that process. The LSRCP review will take place over a three-year period, one species (ESU) per year, with spring Chinook in 2010, steelhead in 2011, and fall Chinook in 2012.

4. Deliverables, Work Elements, Metrics, and Methods

Incomplete. The methods and metrics need to be sufficient to evaluate the supplementation effort. An explicit experimental design with response variables, metrics to evaluate those variables, methods of analysis, and field methods to collect the data with sufficient precision and accuracy is needed. It is not clear who would conduct all of the proposed efforts. No reports from previous efforts of the project (funded by other agencies) were provided.
Documentation Links:

2008 FCRPS BiOp Workgroup Assessment

Assessment Number: 2008-905-00-BIOP-20101105
Project Number: 2008-905-00
Review: RME / AP Category Review
Proposal Number: RMECAT-2008-905-00
Completed Date: None
2008 FCRPS BiOp Workgroup Rating: Supports 2008 FCRPS BiOp
Comments: BiOp Workgroup Comments: No BiOp Workgroup Comments

The BiOp RM&E Workgroups made the following determinations regarding the proposal's ability or need to support BiOp Research, Monitoring and Evaluation (RME) RPAs. If you have questions regarding these RPA association conclusions, please contact your BPA COTR and they will help clarify, or they will arrange further discussion with the appropriate RM&E Workgroup Leads. BiOp RPA associations for the proposed work are: ()
All Questionable RPA Associations () and
All Deleted RPA Associations ()
Proponent Response:

Our response is addressed in the re-modification of this proposal.


Project Relationships: None

Name Role Organization
Lytle Denny Project Lead Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Chad Colter Supervisor Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Daniel Stone Interested Party Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Israel Duran Env. Compliance Lead Bonneville Power Administration
Shannell Ward Interested Party Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Pam Waterhouse Administrative Contact Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Diana Yupe Administrative Contact Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Joseph Snapp Technical Contact Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Cerissa Honena Interested Party Shoshone-Bannock Tribes
Jennifer Lord Project Manager Bonneville Power Administration
David Kaplowe Supervisor Bonneville Power Administration
Eric Leitzinger Technical Contact Bonneville Power Administration
Sammy Matsaw Technical Contact Shoshone-Bannock Tribes