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									Subbasin
Fifteenmile

Project #

Project Title
Fifteenmile Creek Habitat Restoration and

199304000 Fifteenmile 200102100 Fifteenmile

Monitoring 15 Mile Creek Riparian Buffers

Determine Status and Limiting Factors of Pacific
200700700

Fifteenmile

Lamprey in Fifteenmile Subbasin Water and Economic Optimization Project to

200722000 Fifteenmile

Restore Streamflow in Fifteenmile Creek Integrated Fruit Production in Fifteenmile and Hood

200702300

River Orchards

Fifteenmile

Fifteenmile Subbasin Efficient Irrigation Technology

200724200

Totals

Sponsor ODFW

Species

Project Type

FY07

FY08

FY09

Anadromous

Habitat/M&E $375,687 $388,463 $395,156

Wasco SWCD CTWSRO

Anadromous

Habitat $86,168 $88,500 $91,887

Anadromous

M&E Population $136,798 $122,850 $125,548

WyEast

Anadromous

Habitat $339,993 $179,673 $160,573

RC&D WyEast

Anadromous

Habitat $141,860 $141,860 $141,290

RC&D

Wasco

Anadromous

Habitat $423,912 $424,413 $425,005

SWCD $1,504,418 $1,345,759 $1,339,459

Step 1: Necessary Criteria

Y Y Y Y Y

Y

Y

Y

Y

Protects, Mitigates, or Enhances fish and wildlife affected by development and operation of hydropower in Columbia Basin (Y or N)

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

Projects does not seek to address matters that another entity has a clear and direct legal obligation to remedy (Y or N)

Y 3 5 4 4 3 3 4 4 2 3 2 3 1 1 1 1

Complements activities of federal, state, and Tribal managers and is consistent with objectives and strategies in Subbasin Plan (Y or N) Consistent with legal rights of Indian Tribes (Y or N) Application to Recovery or BPA Mitigation (Rate 0-5) Multi-species/regional application (Rate 04)

Y

Step 2: Level One Criteria

3

3

3

Clear, direct and quantifiable benefits to focal species in priority areas (Rate 0-3)

1

Proven techniques or essential research (Rate 0-1)

Y

Y

Y

Y

3

3

2

1

1

One Criteria

1 0 0 1 3

1

2

2

Synergy with other projects – dependency, reliance to other projects (Rate 0-3)

2 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 3 1 2 3 3

Stranded previous investment from priority activities in priority areas; significant previous investments that would be lost (Rate 0-3)

0

Existing obligations that would be violated or agreements that would be rendered ineffective without project funding (Rate 01)

1

1

Implementation trajectory unobstructed no substantial impediments to accomplishing activities (Rate 0-1) Lost opportunity (willing landowners, data capture window, no alternative funding, etc) (Rate 0-3) Cost-share - leveraging of non-BPA funds (Rate 0-3)

3 14 19 22 25

Score

18

1

0

0

1

2

3

16

0

0
0

0 0 0

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Subbasin Rating
High Priority

Comments (e.g. duplication w/other projects, suggestions)
The Research project that collects information on juveniles and adults in basin. Look for evidence of conservation plan agreement for obligations. Cost share out the wazoo over 1M, BPA share 8%. Lamprey are focal species of Plan, not listed currently. Project has definite end date. Bargain project for amount of information potential, cost effective research. Project must focus on existing old water right that could be protected in stream (Dufur Valley). Lots of ifs for the protection of the water, landowners. Look to connections to Or Water Trust and CBWTP for possible funding. Support for the concept of the project possile funding for solictiation of landowners.

High Priority

High Priority

Recommended Action

High Priority

Excellent track record of showing results, grower involvement very positive. Large cost share.

Recommended Action

Check for linkage to Water Trasactions Program. This project would be subbasin wide. Water in stream at critical times could be a huge benefit to 15 Mile. These projects are potentially scalable that would provide match.

Top projects, including lamprey and IFP for 15 mile, are high priority. Other projects are recommended for funding. We want to look for the potential funding for the WEOP and irrigation efficiency through the CBWTP. Check critieria for potential biases against new projects and projects based upon focal species but not listed species.


								
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