Nisqually 3 Year Workplan and 2013 SRFB

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Nisqually 3 Year Workplan and 2013 SRFB

  1. 1. NISQUALLY 3 YEAR WORKPLAN AND 2013 SRFB/PSAR PROJECT LIST
  2. 2. Tier 1 (Highest Priority)  Estuary Protection and Restoration  Protection of functioning reaches of the mainstem Nisqually River and the mouth of the river  Protection of the lower Mashel River 3 YEAR WORKPLAN: TIERED PRIORITIES
  3. 3. Tier 2 (High Priority)   Protection of the rest of the mainstem Nisqually River reaches, except upper Nisqually.   Improving upstream fish passage at Centralia Diversion Dam   Restoration of the lowest reach of the Nisqually River reaches near Mounts Road  Restoration of lower Ohop Creek valley  Protection of the rest of mainstem Mashel River   Restoration of Mashel River   Restoration of South Puget Sound   Protection of lower Yelm Creek  Restoration of McKenna and Whitewater Reaches of Nisqually River 3 YEAR WORKPLAN: TIERED PRIORITIES
  4. 4. Tier 3 (Medium Priority)   Protection and restoration of Busywild Creek   Protection of Upper Nisqually River from Alder/LaGrande dams to mouth of Ohop Creek   Protection of lower and middle Tanwax Creek and restoration of upper Tanwax   Protection and restoration of Muck Creek downstream of Roy and South Fork Muck   Restoration of Muck Creek upstream of Roy   Restoration of Nisqually and Commencement Bays and Central Puget Sound and Eastern Straits   Protection of entire Ohop Creek Basin   Protection of Little Mashel   Protection of lower sections of Toboton and Powell creeks     Tier 4 (Low Priority)   Protection and restoration of all other areas that are identified to contribute to the recovery of   Nisqually Chinook and steelhead     Tier 5   Restoration and protection of the remaining stream reaches in the watershed 3 YEAR WORKPLAN: TIERED PRIORITIES
  5. 5. 2013 SRFB/PSAR PROJECTS 1. Ohop Valley Restoration, Phase 3 2. Nisqually Knotweed Project 3. Mashel Protection 4. Lower Powell Riparian Restoration 5. McKenna Reach Protection Project
  6. 6. LOWER OHOP VALLEY RESTORATION – PHASE 3
  7. 7.  Project Co-Sponsors: Nisqually Land Trust and South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group  1.4 mile realignment will provide 2 miles of restored habitat.  Funding:  Total project: $3.5 million  PSAR/SRFB Request: $1.8 million LOWER OHOP VALLEY RESTORATION – PHASE 3
  8. 8. NISQUALLY RIVER KNOTWEED PROJECT
  9. 9.  Project Sponsor: Pierce Conservation District  2013 efforts will treat all infestations within the Nisqually basin  PSAR/SRFB Request: $65,880 NISQUALLY RIVER KNOTWEED PROJECT
  10. 10. MASHEL SHORELINE PROTECTION – PHASE 3
  11. 11.  Project Sponsor: Nisqually Land Trust  Protection of 3.6 acres, 445 feet of shoreline  PSAR/SRFB Request: $30,000 MASHEL SHORELINE PROTECTION – PHASE 3
  12. 12. Alternate Project: Lower Powell Riparian Restoration Project
  13. 13.  Project Sponsor: Nisqually Land Trust  90 acre underplanting of native coniferous trees  3 acre wetland planting and reed canary grass eradication  PSAR/SRFB Request: $60,634 LOWER POWELL RIPARIAN RESTORATION
  14. 14. MCKENNA REACH RANCH PROTECTION
  15. 15.  Project Sponsor: Nisqually Land Trust  Protect 250 acres of floodplain and a mile of shoreline within the McKenna Reach of the Nisqually River  PSAR/SRFB Request: $3.5 million MCKENNA REACH RANCH PROTECTION
  16. 16. PRIORITIZED LIST: REQUEST FOR APPROVAL 2013 SRFB/PSAR PROJECTS 1. Ohop Valley Restoration, Phase 3 2. Nisqually Knotweed Project 3. Mashel Protection 4. Alternate: Lower Powell Riparian Restoration Large Capital Project McKenna Reach Protection Project

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