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Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program - Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife

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  • Ok, well everybody hang on… I’m taking you on a real quick light speed background of the program . I want to hurry through these slides as I want to get back to the two project examples which in my opinion will illustrate how we put a project together. Northwest power and conservation council
  • I’m a fisheries biologist by trade so I love the dual credit provision of the agreement as it lets me word both sides of the street, fish and wildlife in the program…
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    • 1. The Willamette Wildlife Mitigation Program 1
    • 2. Agreement signed October 2010$157+/- million for wildlife habitatconservation and restoration in theWillamette Basin over 15 yearsODFW to acquire 16,880 acres by 2025Established the Willamette WildlifeMitigation Advisory GroupDefines “dual credit” project provisionsrelated to fish habitat benefits throughthe Willamette Biological OpinionConsistent with NWPC sub basin planand Oregon Conservation Strategyobjectives 2
    • 3. 10% of the total of projectspurchased by the WWMPOverlay of WWMP objectiveswith Recovery Planning and BiOpobjectivesHTT and SIP and MMTparticipation in review of dualcredit projects 3
    • 4. Response to ISRP review ofdraft criteriaContinual coordination andleverage with other fundingentities in the Willamette857 acres acquired since2010- 16,023 remainingRecommended 2621 acresfor purchase in 2013 4
    • 5. 14 projects total; 2projects “carry over”from 20122,621 acres if allprojects successfullyclose6 projects are “dualcredit”Total expenditure of12.9 million dollars
    • 6. Chalapam, FeeTitle, 338 acresFall CreekConfluence andPengraproperties, FeeTitle, 358 acres 6
    • 7. 8
    • 8. Questions? Laura Tesler 503-947-6086Laura.Tesler@state.or.us