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  • http://www.wcssp.org
    Planning a Strategy for “Recovery”
    From Neah Bay to the Columbia River--
    How do we synthesize this?
    NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
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  • Drainage of 5 WRIAs to Pacific Ocean:
    Cape Flattery to N (WRIA 20—Soleduck-Hoh HUC, Clallam County), to Cape Disappointment south, and east to include Chehalis River Basin. WRIA 21 (QIN), 22-23 (Chehalis; Grays Harbor County), and 24--Pacific County.
    3,750,025 acres
    395 marine shoreline miles
    4718 miles of fish-bearing rivers and streams
    N—Forks, small estuaries, more federal forests, tribal U&A
    S—cities, ag, huge estuaries, more private forestry
    WRIA 20
    WRIA 21
    WRIA 22
    WRIA 23
    WRIA 24
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  • Initial 6-month pre-Region Planning
    SRFB funding no longer to LEGs, only Regions
    No same ESA species throughout
    Initial planning through Grays Harbor County
    4 LEGs involved (5 WRIAs)
    How synthesize? N-S differences
    List of commonalities
    Underlying Final Report 6/20/07 (the ROC—see next slide)
    NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
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  • June 20, 2007 Report on the Consideration of Forming a Coastal Regional Governance Unit for Salmon Sustainability
    Planning Group of coastal entities and stakeholders
    Loose federation of LEGs with own strategies
    Ground rules for operation
    Meetings, decision-making
    Voting (tribal rights balanced? How)
    Allocation of funds? How?
    NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
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  • Next Steps: Concurrent Processes
    SRFB declares we are a Recovery Region (9/07)
    Regular Meetings of LEGs and other reps
    Allocation Formulas (Technical Discussion)
    Development of Interlocal Agreement
    Development of Bylaws
    WSC does Needs Assessment (grant)
    Engagement of The Nature Conservancy (CAP)
    NETMAP
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  • SRFB declares us a recovery region
    September 2007 declaration
    Jan. 2008 RCO grant for initial stages
    Planning entities meet about 1X/month. (LEGs, GSRO, WDFW, various feds, NGOs—TNC, WSC)
    Development of Interlocal Agreement
    Development allocation of funding
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  • Interlocal Agreement
    Signed in 2009 (signatories trickled in)
    Signed by just government entities
    Created fiscal agent (GHC)
    Stated role of Lead Entities (strong federation)
    Provided for staffing
    Established voting (how to deal with 6 governments in WRIA 20?--CAUCUS)
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  • Early Allocation ideas by a Technical Committee need revisiting
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  • Technical: How Proceed
    WSC “Needs Assessment Grant” 2008-9
    Cooperators: WCSSP, NASSP, Creative Community Solutions, governments and stakeholders
    Several facilitated workshops, meetings with affected parties, consultations.
    QIN GIS overview (contract)
    NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
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  • Technical 2: Results WSC
    Identification of needs, data gaps, analyses for salmon in Coastal Region in report
    Salmon stream rankings, updated LFAs
    Maps produced and more on way (ONRC), modeling tools
    New working partners
    Web page with library
    NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
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  • Technical 3: Problems
    Some disagreements with the run rankings
    Disagreements about use of miles, ESA
    Map programs not yet accessible for review outside NASSP (Google Earth plans)
    Need to update SASI (Salmonid Stock Inventory) --$$$
    Need data stewardship
    Web page still has glitches (e.g., holes in the library)
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  • NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
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  • REMEDIES
    FirstRegional Technical Committee Meeting
    October 28, 2010
    Port of Grays Harbor, 111 S. Wooding, Aberdeen, WA
    10:00 am to 2:00 pm
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  • Regional Technical Committee
    Purpose: To provide scientific and/or technical expertise to support decision making of the Washington Coast Sustainable Salmon Partnership
    Activities: At the direction of the Board of Directors:
    • Recommend 2011 SRFB (round 12) sub-allocation formula by February 1, 2011
    • Recommend regionally consistent metrics to support WCSSP Board decisions
    - Develop and/or review QAQC of regional data and/or metrics
    • Participate in technical support and review of the WCSSP Salmon Plan
    • Provide technical recommendations of regionally supported projects as needed
    • Call in other experts for specific technical advice as needed
    • Other….
    Membership: As approved by the Board of Directors:
    - Contributors will be nominated by the Lead Entities or by WCSSP staff as directed
    - Contributors will provide both technical and geographic diversity
    - Other contributors from NGOs, state and federal agencies or professional consultants may be nominated by staff
    -
    Qualifications:
    Education: Degree in relevant Natural Sciences
    Experience: Work history demonstrating knowledge, understanding and current involvement in technical issues relevant to WCSSP
    Exceptions:Non-degreed experts may be approved by the Board of Directors
    Commitment: Volunteer time to WCSSP, recognizing restrictions on experts’ time
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  • Regional Technical Committee
    Nominees
    REMEDIES
    Regional
    Devona Ensmenger, WSC
    Bob Burkle, WDFW
    Dave King, WDFW
    Kirt Hughes, WDFW
    Miranda Plumb, USFWS
    Brad Thompson, USFWS
    Dan Guy, NOAA Fisheries
    Bob Metzger, USFS
    Pat Crain, ONP
    James Schroeder, TNC
    Liane Davis, TNC
    North Pacific Coast Lead Entity
    Mike Hagen, Hoh River Trust
    Katie Krueger, Quileute Tribe
    Jeremy Gilman, Makah Tribe
    Pacific County Lead Entity
    Mike Johnson, Pacific Conservation District
    Key McMurry, Key Environmental Solutions
    Quinault Lead Entity
    Bill Armstrong, QIN
    Chris Conklin, QIN
    Jim Jorgensen, QIN
    Grays Harbor County Lead Entity
    Andy Olson, Chehalis Tribe
    Terry Baltzell, CBFTF
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  • CONSERVATION ACTION PLANNING
    OR CAP, THROUGH
    TNC
    Regional Salmon Plan
    Strategies Workshop
    Wednesday and Thursday
    November 3 & 4, 2010
    Shilo Inn Ocean Shores
    707 Ocean Shores Blvd. NW
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  • Targets We Looked At(Salmon Habitats)
    Lakes
    Headwaters/
    Uplands
    Nearshore Marine
    Tributaries
    Estuaries
    Mainstems
    Ocean
    Wetland and Off-Channel
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  • Salmon Life Stages
    Target: Tributary (here)
    Key Species
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  • What is critical for salmon viability or health?
    Tributaries
    Spawning & Incubation
    Water Quality, Riparian Condition,
    Floodplain Connectivity, Sediment
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  • What is critical for salmon viability or health?
    Tributaries
    Spawning & Incubation
    Water Quality, Riparian Condition,
    Floodplain Connectivity, Sediment
    Temperature, Dissolved Oxygen, Turbidity
    With a Rating of Current and Desired Status
    NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
    (TARGET)
    (SENSITIVE TIME)
    (ATTRIBUTES)
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  • NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
    FOR EACH TARGET HABITAT, A WORKSHOP TEAM IDENTIFIED STATUS OF ATTRIBUTES
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  • Adaptive Management Planning Process
    ScopeandVision
    Targets
    Viability Assessment
    Threats Analysis
    Goals & Objectives
    Strategies
    Measures/Monitoring
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  • Scope and Vision
    Targets
    Viability Assessment
    Threats Analysis
    Goals & Objectives
    Strategies
    Measures/Monitoring
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  • NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
    Threats: resulting condition
    TRIBUTARIES ONLY
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  • NWIFC HABITAT CONF. 11/3/10 WCSSP STRATEGY
    RANKING THREATS IN A TARGET
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  • WA Coast Regional Salmon Action Plan
    Version: 2010-10-11
    Threat Ratings – Summary Table
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  • QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER FOR SITUATION ANALYSIS DEVELOPMENT
    Proposed strategies
    Which are the general lines of action (broad based course of action or high-level strategic themes) we think will significantly contribute to Salmonid Restoration in the Washington Coast Region?
    Negative contributing factors
    Which are the most relevant factors (specific practices, stakeholders, incentives and motivations) contributing to critical threats?
    Information gaps and research needs
    Are there any important areas of uncertainty in our diagram?
    Positive contributing factors
    Are there any relevant opportunities (specific practices, stakeholders, incentive and motivations) which contribute to a solution?
    Key intervention points for ALI
    Which are the key intervention points where we should focus our attention on to contribute to a significant change in the overall situation?
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  • Home page: http://www.wcssp.orgThis is page 1 of 4, does not show Pacific County.
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