Profile Picture DFW-Wharton, Kevin

created May 16 2017

updated May 16 2017

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Increase the miles of stream habitat opened from 55 per year in 2017 to 80 miles per year by 2020

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Goal 3: Sustainable Energy and a Clean Environment
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stream habitat, restoration, pacific salmon, healthy fish and wildlife
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Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
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Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Habitat Program
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The newly proposed baseline and target are based upon current state funding levels for fish barrier removals funded through the Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB), Fish Barrier Removal Board (FBRB), Family Forest Fish Passage Program (FFFPP), Chehalis Basin Aquatic Species Restoration Plan (ASRP) and well as those barriers removed by state agencies (WDFW, WSDOT, State Parks and DNR) in response to the 2013 federal culvert case injunction. The higher past performance level was possible because 60 to 90% of the barriers and stream habitat opened up occurred on private property of large, commercial forest owners and on DNR managed forest lands which was funded through the Road Maintenance and Abandonment Plans (RMAP) program. The RMAPs program, which is privately funded, is coming to an end in 2016.
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