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Proposal 199306600: Oregon Fish Screens Project

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Table of Contents
Part 1. Administration and Budgeting
Section 1: General Administrative
Section 2: Project Location
Section 3: Project Species
Section 4: Past Accomplishments
Section 5: Relationship to Other Projects
Section 6: Biological Objectives
Section 7: Work Elements
Section 8: Budget
Section 9: Project Future
Section 10: Documents
Part 2. Reviews
Part 1 of 2. Administration and Budgeting
Section 1: General Administrative Information
Process Information:
Date Proposal Submitted & Finalized Status Form Generator
January 9, 2006 Finalized Steve Allen

Proposal Type: Ongoing
Proposal Number: 199306600
Proposal Name: Oregon Fish Screens Project
BPA Project Manager: Jamie Swan
Agency, Institution or Organization: Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW)
Short Description: The project provides immediate and long-term protection for anadromous and resident fish species in the John Day, Umatilla, and Walla Walla basins by the installation or replacement of out dated fish protection and passage devices on irrigation diversions
Information Transfer: All of the annual reports, proposals, and metrics (etc.), will be displayed on cbfwa's and BPA's website @: www.cbfwa.org and www.efw.bpa.gov
 
Project Proposal Contacts
Contact Organization Address Phone/Email Roles Notes
Form Submitter
Steve Allen ODFW 357 Patterson Bridge Rd.
John Day, OR. 97845
Ph: 541-575-0561
Fax: 541-575-0868
Email: Steven.R.Allen@state.or.us
Form Submitter
All Assigned Contacts
Steve Allen ODFW 357 Patterson Bridge Rd.
John Day, OR. 97845
Ph: 541-575-0561
Fax: 541-575-0868
Email: Steven.R.Allen@state.or.us
Form Submitter
Gail Samura ODFW 3406 Cherry Ave. NE
Salem, OR 97303-4924
Ph: 503-947-6137
Fax:
Email: Gail.Samura@state.or.us
Administrative Contact
Sandra Sovay ODFW 3406 Cherry Ave. NE
Salem, OR 97303-4924
Ph: 503-947-6173
Fax:
Email: Sandy.E.Sovay@state.or.us
Administrative Contact
Kelly Stokes ODFW 357 Patterson Bridge Rd.
John Day, OR 97845-0515
Ph: 541-575-0561
Fax: 541-575-0868
Email: Kelly.S.Stokes@state.or.us
Technical Contact

Section 2: Project Location
Sponsor Province: Columbia Plateau ARG Province: No Change
Sponsor Subbasin: John Day ARG Subbasin: No Change
Location(s) at which the action will be implemented
Latitude Longitude Waterbody Location Description County/State Subbasin Primary?
44 39 45.08 N 118 40 12.47 W Beaver Creek Beaver Creek #1 Middle Fork Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 39 10.82 N 118 40 35.72 W Beaver Creek Beaver Creek #2 Middle Fork Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 27 29.30 N 119 2 11.03 W Beech Creek Beech Creek #1 Near Mt. Vernon Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 46 21.14 N 118 52 4.25 W Big Creek Big Creek #1 Below Camp Creek on the Middle Fork Highway. Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 46 10.83 N 118 52 17.41 W Big Creek Big Creek #2 Below Camp Creek on the Middle Fork Highway. Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 30 33.24 N 120 9 6.89 W Bridge Creek Bridge Creek #1 Above Mitchell Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 30 33.82 N 120 9 7.91 W Bridge Creek Bridge Creek #2 Mitchell Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 38 29.19 N 118 39 6.04 W Butte Creek Butte Creek #1 Middle Fork Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 19 1.72 N 118 57 5.67 W Canyon Creek Canyon Creek #6 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 27 39.10 N 118 42 56.56 W Dixie Creek Dixie Creek #6 Prairie City Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 14 47.68 N 118 54 40.44 W East Fork Canyon Creek East Fork Canyon Creek #2 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 23 49.72 N 119 18 27.05 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #1 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 23 51.91 N 119 18 24.21 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #2 Mainstem Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 24 13.36 N 119 18 20.89 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #3 Mainstem Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 24 24.68 N 119 18 24.89 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #4 Mainstem Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 24 37.73 N 119 18 19.68 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #5 Mainstem Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 7.36 N 119 18 9.54 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #6 Mainstem Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 47.95 N 119 18 3.86 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #10 Mainstem Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 53.74 N 119 17 57.85 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #11 Mainstem Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 26 4.50 N 119 17 47.95 W Fields Creek Fields Creek #12 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 23 21.61 N 119 18 33.27 W Fields Creek Fields Creek Upper Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 39 25.95 N 118 38 47.50 W Granite Boulder Creek Granite Boulder #2 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 39 4.39 N 118 39 2.48 W Granite Boulder Creek Granite Boulder #3 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 39 1.40 N 118 39 5.90 W Granite Boulder Creek Granite Boulder #4 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 38 43.94 N 118 39 14.54 W Granite Boulder Creek Granite Boulder #5 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 24 49.09 N 118 46 6.84 W Indian Creek Indian Creek #7 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 24 49.20 N 118 46 23.94 W Indian Creek Indian Creek #8 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 24 59.88 N 118 46 18.95 W Indian Creek Indian Creek #9 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 24 59.73 N 118 46 20.44 W Indian Creek Indian Creek #10 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 15.95 N 118 46 54.33 W Indian Creek Indian Creek #11 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 28.45 N 118 46 53.66 W Indian Creek Indian Creek #13 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 26 14.46 N 118 47 44.44 W Indian Creek Indian Creek #14 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 22 40.88 N 118 34 45.58 W John Day River John Day River #6 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 22 41.27 N 118 34 40.44 W John Day River John Day River #7 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 22 59.50 N 118 34 30.45 W John Day River John Day River #8 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 25.97 N 118 36 58.03 W John Day River John Day River #16 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 48.41 N 118 37 2 W John Day River John Day River #17 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 48.04 N 118 37 31.49 W John Day River John Day River #19 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 26 55.37 N 118 39 17.87 W John Day River John Day River #22 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 27.07 N 119 0 32.73 W John Day River John Day River #44 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 1.37 N 119 3 26.42 W John Day River John Day River #46 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 25 1 N 119 12 57.95 W John Day River John Day River #52 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 26 19.31 N 119 17 41.71 W John Day River John Day River #55 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 27 52.41 N 119 27 10.66 W John Day River John Day River #58 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 27 53.95 N 119 30 59.06 W John Day River John Day River #61 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 28 40.61 N 119 32 52.88 W John Day River John Day River #62 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 30 8.86 N 119 36 6.88 W John Day River John Day River #65 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 40 55.82 N 118 46 8.01 W Middle Fork John Day River Middle Fork John Day River #9 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 41 50.57 N 118 48 19.52 W Middle Fork John Day River Middle Fork John Day River #10 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 43 56.58 N 118 50 2.24 W Middle Fork John Day River Middle Fork John Day River #11 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 20 34.71 N 118 34 59.68 W Roberts Creek Roberts Creek #1 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 20 47.48 N 118 34 39.51 W Roberts Creek Roberts Creek #2 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 31 14.57 N 119 42 57.06 W Rock Creek Rock Creek #6 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 38 43.88 N 118 40 7.60 W Ruby Creek Ruby Creek #1 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 26 8.32 N 119 32 28.30 W South Fork John Day River South Fork John Day River #5 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 26 51.47 N 119 31 38.63 W South Fork John Day River South Fork John Day River #7 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 26 59.35 N 119 31 53.83 W South Fork John Day River South Fork John Day River #8 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 27 20.03 N 119 32 10.05 W South Fork John Day River South Fork John Day River #9 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 27 31.31 N 119 31 38.03 W South Fork John Day River South Fork John Day River #10 Grant, Oregon John Day No
44 35 25.07 N 119 38 57.30 W Squaw Creek Squaw Creek #1 Grant, Oregon John Day No

Section 3: Focal Species
Focal Species:
Primary Secondary Additional Species
Chinook Mid-Columbia River Spring ESU
Steelhead Middle Columbia River ESU
Bull Trout
Interior Redband Trout
Mountain Whitefish
Pacific Lamprey
Western Brook Lamprey
Westslope Cutthroat

Section 4: Past Accomplishments
Past Accomplishments for Each Fiscal Year of This Project
Fiscal Year Accomplishments
2005 19 screens replaced, 6 pump screens, 2 fish passage projects
2004 22 screens replaced
2003 21 screens replaced
2002 24 screens replaced 2 fish passage projects
2001 19 screens replaced 1 passage project
2000 16 screens replaced 1 passage project
1999 19 screens replaced
1998 22 screens replaced
1997 27 screens replaced.

Section 5: Relationships to Other Projects
Other Current Projects Related to this Project (any funding source)
Funding Source Related ID Related Project Title Relationship
BPA 198343600 Umatilla Passage O&M Without adequate maintenance on these passage facilities, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species that are produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
BPA 198402100 John Day Habitat Enhancement Without adequate maintenance on these passage facilities, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species that are produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
BPA 199105700 Yakima Bas Screen Fab Ph 2 Exchange of designs and technology related to screening devices.
BPA 199303800 N Fork John Day R Enhancement Without adequate maintenance on these passage facilities, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species that are produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
BPA 199401500 Idaho Fish Screening Improveme Exchange of designs and technology related to screening devices.
BPA 199405400 Bull Trout Life History Projec Assist with fish trapping, equipment contstruction and repair, and use of personnel for monitoring the effectiveness of project.
BPA 199801600 Escapement/Productivity Spring Reduced survival of chinook and steelhead, because they have been diverted into an irrigation ditch, may compromise results of the evaluation.
BPA 199801700 Gravel Push-Up Dam Removal Low Without adequate passage, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may become stranded or diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
BPA 199801800 John Day Watershed Restoration Without adequate passage, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may become stranded or diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
BPA 199802200 Pine Creek/Wagner Management Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
BPA 200001500 Oxbow Ranch Management Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
BPA 200003100 Enhance North Fork John Day Ri Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 204-042 Gilliam-East John Day WSC Supp Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
OWEB - State 204-052 North Fork John Day WSC Suppor Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
PCSRF - OWEB 204-052A North Fork John Day WSC Suppor Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
OWEB - State 204-055 Wheeler SWCD Support Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
PCSRF - OWEB 204-055A Wheeler SWCD Support Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
OWEB - State 204-161 Campbell/Martin Ditch Diversio Grant SWCD removed barrier, installed headgate and measuring device. The John Day Fish Screening and Passage Program installed the fish screens.
OWEB - State 204-162 Upper SF John Day River WS Res Culvert replacement on USFS, Sunshine Creek. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
PCSRF - OWEB 204-308 Butte Cr Watershed Assessment Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
PCSRF - OWEB 204-310 North & Middle Forks John Day Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
OWEB - State 205-081 Hashknife Irrigation Replaced fish passage barrier with lay-flat stanchion, headgate and measuring device on Bridge Creek. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 205-091 Nelson Cr Diversion Replacemen Converted flood to sprinkler and replaced diversion structure with lay-flat stanchion dam. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 205-092 L Bridge Cr Diversion Improvem Replaced fish barrier with lay-flat stanchion dam, headgate and measuring device. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 205-201 Wheeler SWCD Project Assistanc Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
PCSRF - OWEB 205-201A Wheeler SWCD Project Assistanc Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
OWEB - State 205-204 Mountain Cr Ditch Conversion Improved fish passage with rock weirs. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 205-205 Sweet Diversion Replacement Replaced fish barrier with lay-flat stanchion dam, headgate and measuring device. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 205-206 Hashknife Bridge Replaced culvert (passage barrier) with bridge. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
PCSRF - OWEB 206-052 North Fork John Day Council Su Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
PCSRF - OWEB 206-055 Bridge Creek & Mid-John Day Co Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
OWEB - State 206-139 Upper Rhea Cr Diversion & Culv Replaced fish barrier with lay-flat stanchion dam, headgate and measuring device. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 206-140 Upper John Day River WS Restor Technical support and prioritization for screening, passage and flow projects
OWEB - State 206-144 City of Fossil Culvert Replace Replaced culverts for fish passage. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 206-145 Alder Cr Culvert Replacement Replaced culverts for fish passage. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.
OWEB - State 206-146 Lower Twickenham Irrigation Pr Improved irrigation system for increased stream flows. Without adequate screening, the additional steelhead and salmon, as well as all resident species produced by habitat improvements from the project may be diverted into inadequately screened diversions where they would likely perish.

Section 6: Biological Objectives
Biological Objectives of this Proposed Project
Biological Objective Full Description Associated Subbasin Plan Strategy Page Nos
Annual Fisheries for Focal Salmonid Species 25 year goal to support predictable annual fisheries of the strongest populations on all of the Focal Salmonid Species except for Bull Trout which is the 50 year goal. John Day Strategies A, B, and C: All populations should show increasing trends in abundance or be at the capacity of the restored habitat. Control Pollution Sources. 237-240
Control Pollution Sources To help adjust irrigation practices which helps reduce negative impacts on water quality and quantity. John Day Strategies A, B, and C: Return Flow Improvement Projects; Installing screens or fish barriers on return flows throughout the basin. Installing siphons with supplemental screens that cross tributaries causing false attraction, barriers & excess water use. 267
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity Emphasis on Tributary and juvenile passage, with Mainstem passage to follow. Aside from the limiting factor of low flows, achieving Fish passage throughout the John Day Subbasin is feasible provided that financial assistance continues to be available to landowners installing passage. John Day Strategy A: The primary emphasis of passage improvement is to remove passage barriers and replacing them with fish passage-friendly alternatives that enable juvenile and adults to access high quality habitat during critical stages of fish migration. 252-254
Increase Bull Trout 25 year goal to increase the total estimated abundance of adult bull trout to 5,000 John Day Strategies A, B, and C: Restore and maintain suitable habitat conditions for all bull trout life history stages. Conserve Genetic diversity and reestablish connected environments between existing populations. Control Pollution Sources. 239
Increase Cutthroat Trout 25 year goal to achieve stable Cutthroat Trout population sizes in all populations and increasing trends in half of the present populations. John Day Strategies A, B, and C: Prevent loss of Salmonids to unscreened or inadequately screened irrigation diversions. Removing or adequately improving fish passage barriers. Control Pollution Sources. 240
Increase Smolt and Adult Chinook Return 25 year goal to increase the adult population to 12,000 and increase the smolt population to 113 per spawner. John Day Strategies A, B and C: Prevent loss of Salmonids to unscreened or inadequately screened irrigation diversions. Removing or adequately improving fish passage barriers. Control Pollution Sources. 237, 250, 255
Increase Smolt and Adult Steelhead Return** 25 year goal to increase the adult population to 29,400 and increase the smolt population to 136 per spawner. **Achieve stable Redband Trout population sizes in all populations and increasing trends in half of the present populations. John Day Strategies A, B, and C: Prevent loss of Salmonids to unscreened or inadequately screened irrigation diversions. Removing or adequately improving fish passage barriers. Control Pollution Sources. 237, 250, 255
Increase/stabilize all Fish Species Populations 40 year goal is to restore the John Day Subbasin to the level that will allow interactions between existing populations in a metapopulation context. John Day Strategies A, B, and C: Restore and maintain suitable habitat conditions for all Resident Fish Species at all life history stages. Conserve Genetic diversity and reestablish connected environments between existing populations. Control Pollution Sources. 242
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions Achieving 100% screening is a realistic goal in the John Day Subbasin provided that financial assistance continues to be available to landowners installing screens. John Day Strategy B: Irrigation diversions that are either unscreened or inadequately screened (due to aging or inadequate design of the original screen) should be screened to eliminate any related mortality. 255-256

Section 7: Work Elements
Work Elements and Associated Biological Objectives
Work Element Name Work Element Title Description Start Date End Date Estimated Budget
01: Produce Environmental Compliance Documentation Complete NEPA Checklist Or Prepare Biological Assessment Work with BPA NEPA Contact to prepare NEPA Checklist or Prepare Biological Assessment when applicable. 11/1/2007 12/31/2009 $22,833
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

02: Identify and Select Projects Project Pre-Work Identify, prioritize, assess, and select multiple screen projects, and 1 fish passage project (if timing and funding allow). 6/1/2007 12/31/2009 $13,701
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

03: Coordination Landowner Coordination This activity entails working closely with landowners to obtain permission for access and timing of project. Economic impact and cost-share availability for the project are also discussed. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $129,380
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

04: Provide Technical Review Technical Review Of Screens & Passage Projects Provide Technical Review of outside ODFW Fish Screening & Passage projects within John Day, Umatilla, and Walla Walla Basins. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $10,641
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

05: Produce Design and/or Specifications Prepare Design & Layout Project planning includes designing and layout of all work to be completed on site. Contacts are made with Oregon Department of Water Resources (to insure fish screen size is adequate to handle user's legal water right). District Fisheries Biologist, and other agencies as needed. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $184,647
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

06: Operate and Maintain Habitat/Passage Operate/Maintain Facility--Maintenance of Form and Fabrication Shops Maintenance of Form and Fabrication Shops: Complete routine major and preventative maintenance of facilities, includes utilities. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $162,678
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

07: Remove/Install Diversion Existing Passage Improvement Remove or Install Diversion structure to meet NOAA approved Fish Passage. Project timing may vary due to John Day District Biologist priority, engineering, landowner cooperation, instream work windows, and permit process. 1/1/2007 8/31/2009 $31,968
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
* # of miles of habitat accessed: # of miles determined once site is identified

08: Install Fish Passage Structure Passage Improvement Make improvement to an exhisting fish passage structure in order to meet NOAA criteria for fish species that are present when identified. Project timing may vary due to John Day District Biologist priority, engineering, landowner cooperation, instream work windows, and permit process. 1/1/2007 8/31/2009 $159,867
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
* # of miles of habitat accessed: # of miles determined once site is identified
* Was barrier Full or Partial?: unknown until identified
* Does the structure remove or replace a fish passage barrier?: Yes
* If installing a ladder, does the ladder meet NOAA specs for attraction flow, pool dimensions, jump height, etc?: Yes

09: Install Fish Screen Install 60 Fish Screens Install 60 Fish Screens in Anadromous basins of Northeast Oregon. Project location may change due to weather, irrigation, crop rotations and harvest, access conditions and landowner cooperation. The previous listed factors make it difficult to set priorities. We always have numerous project sites lined up so as to meet our commitment of 20 completed projects for the work period. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $2,280,729
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
* Does the screen meet NOAA/FSOC specs?: Yes
* Is the screen New or a Replacement?: Replacement
* Flow rate at the screen diversion allowed by the water right: The 60 screens will protect 186.1 CFS
* Quantity of water protected by screening, as determined by what is stated in the water right or calculated based on flow rate: The 60 screens will protect 186.1 CFS

10: Install Fish Monitoring Equipment Install NOAA Approved Fish Trap Install NOAA approved fish trap for use in collecting data for generating reports used in Annual Matrix. 1/1/2007 10/28/2009 $9,560
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

11: Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Data Collection Of Fish Traps Collect data for use in the Quarterly and Annual reports. 1/1/2007 9/30/2009 $9,132
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
Focal Area: Systemwide
Primary R, M, and E Type: Action Effectiveness
Secondary R, M, and E Type: Status and Trend Monitoring

12: Analyze/Interpret Data Analyze/Interpret Data From Fish Trap Reports ODFW has recorded and tracked fish trap data since the first fish screens were installed in the early 1950's. Although data is not collected for scientifically statistical approach, it does correlate to effectiveness of screens, stream flows, and fluctuation in fish populations. The data also aids in managing the overall fish restoration efforts in the John Day River system. 11/1/2007 12/31/2009 $6,850
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
Focal Area: Systemwide
Primary R, M, and E Type: Action Effectiveness Research
Secondary R, M, and E Type: Status and Trend Monitoring

13: Other 141-Produce Pisces Status Report - Pisces Status Report - Red/Yellow/Green Produce Pisces Status Report on BPA's new filing system. 1/1/2009 2/15/2010 $9,195
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

14: Produce Annual Report Produce FY07, 08, and 09 Annual Reports Annual Report created for contract performance period 1/1/2007 thru 12/31/2007, 1/1/2008 thru 12/31/2008, and 1/1/2009 thru 12/31/2009. 1/1/2007 2/15/2010 $8,630
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element

15: Manage and Administer Projects Manage & Administer Projects Covers project management and administrative work related to the contract excluding environmental compliance. 6/1/2007 12/31/2009 $185,510
Biological Objectives Metrics
Control Pollution Sources
Fish Passage & Habitat Connectivity
Install Fish Screens on Water Diversions
No Metrics for this Work Element


Section 8: Budget

Itemized Estimated Budget
Item Note FY 2007 Cost FY 2008 Cost FY 2009 Cost
Personnel 8.5FTE's $316,816 $338,993 $362,723
Fringe Benefits OPE @ 59% $186,921 $200,006 $214,007
Supplies Service and Supplies $238,484 $246,116 $253,992
Travel Per Diem $3,269 $3,374 $3,482
Overhead Administrative overhead @ 35.87% $267,407 $282,831 $299,229
Other Janitorial $2,477 $2,556 $2,638
Totals $1,015,374 $1,073,876 $1,136,071

Total Estimated FY 2007-2009 Budgets
Total Itemized Budget$3,225,321
Total Work Element budget$3,225,321

Cost sharing
Funding Source or Organization Item or Service Provided FY 2007 Est Value ($) FY 2008 Est Value ($) FY 2009 Est Value ($) Cash or in-kind? Status
M66 - ODFW Cost-share on unscreened diversions, passage projects, replacement screens, staff time and equipment $250,000 $250,000 $250,000 Cash Confirmed
MA - NOAA Screen and Passage O&M, administration, staff time, equipment and facility O&M. $680,000 $680,000 $680,000 Cash Confirmed
Totals $930,000 $930,000 $930,000

Section 9: Project Future
Project Future Costs and/or Termination
FY 2010 Est Budget FY 2011 Est Budget Comments
$1,201,963 $1,271,677 Outyear budgets was figured with factors to cover PS increases, inflation for S&S items and admin/overhead.
Future Operations & Maintenance Costs
We should have most screen and passage issues resolved to NOAA criteria by these outyears. Factors like floods, additional listed species, changes in criteria, new screening and passage technologies, new water delivery systems, installation of permanent diversion structures, basins that are not currently anadromous but historically were that are opened back up to anadromous, etc.all influence the number of projects we may incure in these outyears.
 
Termination Date Comments
 
Final Deliverables

Section 10: Narrative
Document Type Size Date

Part 2 of 2. Reviews of Proposal
Administrative Review Group (ARG) Results
Account Type:
Capital
Location:
Province: No Change
Subbasin: No Change
Primary Focal Species
No Change
ARG Comments:


BPA Capital/Expense Review Results (March 14, 2006) [Download full document]

Initial BPA Capital/Expense Determination (Subject to final review):
Expense - fish sreens not functionally interdependent
Primary Uncertainty for Capitalization: ---


NPCC Final Funding Recommendations (October 23, 2006) [Full NPCC Council Recs]

FY 2007 Budget
$1,006,400
FY 2008 Budget
$1,064,700
FY 2009 Budget
$1,027,000
Total NPCC Rec
$3,098,100
Budget Type:Capital
Budget Category:ProvinceCapital
Recommendation:Fund
Comments: Capital component.


NPCC Final Funding Recommendations (October 23, 2006) [Full NPCC Council Recs]

FY 2007 Budget
$10,000
FY 2008 Budget
$10,000
FY 2009 Budget
$10,000
Total NPCC Rec
$30,000
Budget Type:Expense
Budget Category:ProvinceExpense
Recommendation:Fund
Comments:


NPCC Draft Funding Recommendations (September 15, 2006) [Full NPCC Council Recs]

FY 2007 Budget
$819,374
FY 2008 Budget
$877,676
FY 2009 Budget
$836,071
Total NPCC Rec
$2,533,121
FY 2007 MSRT Rec
$ 0
FY 2008 MSRT Rec
$ 0
FY 2009 MSRT Rec
$ 0
Total MSRT Rec
$ 0
Budget Category:ProvinceCapital
Comments: Capital portion of project

Local or MSRT Comments: OSPIT recognizes the importance of this project to the subbasin. We do recommend slowing the pace of implementation work to $900K, flatlined through the outyears. We also recognize the impact expensing this formerly capital project has had on the John D


NPCC Draft Funding Recommendations (September 15, 2006) [Full NPCC Council Recs]

FY 2007 Budget
$196,000
FY 2008 Budget
$196,000
FY 2009 Budget
$196,000
Total NPCC Rec
$588,000
FY 2007 MSRT Rec
$ 0
FY 2008 MSRT Rec
$ 0
FY 2009 MSRT Rec
$ 0
Total MSRT Rec
$ 0
Budget Category:ProvinceExpense
Comments:
NPCC Staff Comments: Expense portion of project. See capital budget for capital recommendation ($196k per year)

Local or MSRT Comments: OSPIT recognizes the importance of this project to the subbasin. We do recommend slowing the pace of implementation work to $900K, flatlined through the outyears. We also recognize the impact expensing this formerly capital project has had on the John D


Independent Scientific Review Panel Final Review (August 31, 2006) [Download full document]

Recommendation: Fundable
NPCC Comments: This project provides direct, long-term benefits for salmon and other aquatic species. Screening, especially for rare and much reduced species, can be critical to rebuilding populations. It is important that screening technologies be updated and that the best available methods be used to benefit different species and sizes of fish. This drainage is a significant wild fish "control" system in the Columbia Basin. Objectives are straightforward and tasks are identified appropriately. Success in screen projects is highly dependent on the skills of the people implementing them and requirements can be quite site-specific. It is not clear in the proposal exactly how success will be measured, before and after rates of entrainment? Monitoring for effectiveness should be essential.

Is this cost effective in terms of fringe and overhead? These costs seem high.


Independent Scientific Review Panel Preliminary Review (June 2, 2006) [Download full document]

Recommendation: Fundable
NPCC Comments: This project provides direct, long-term benefits for salmon and other aquatic species. Screening, especially for rare and much reduced species, can be critical to rebuilding populations. It is important that screening technologies be updated and that the best available methods be used to benefit different species and sizes of fish. This drainage is a significant wild fish "control" system in the Columbia Basin. Objectives are straightforward and tasks are identified appropriately. Success in screen projects is highly dependent on the skills of the people implementing them and requirements can be quite site-specific. It is not clear in the proposal exactly how success will be measured, before and after rates of entrainment? Monitoring for effectiveness should be essential.

Is this cost effective in terms of fringe and overhead? These costs seem high.

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