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Proposal 198343500: Umatilla Hatchery Satellite Facilities O&M

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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 Gerry Rowan

Proposal Type: Ongoing
Proposal Number: 198343500
Proposal Name: Umatilla Hatchery Satellite Facilities O&M
BPA Project Manager: Jonathan McCloud
Agency, Institution or Organization: Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation
Short Description: Acclimate juvenile salmon and steelhead prior to release in the Umatilla Basin. Collect, hold, and spawn steelhead, coho, and chinook salmon and provide eggs to ODFW and other hatcheries for incubation, rearing, and later release in the Umatilla Basin.
Information Transfer: Data collected by this project is shared with Umatilla Hatchery and Natural Production Monitoring and Evaluation Programs and analyzed by CTUIR and ODFW managers and researchers. Based on information provided, adaptive management decisions are made each year by basin co-managers. These decisions are incorporated into the Umatilla Hatchery and Basin Annual Operation Plan. In addition, the data is submitted electronically to BPA through quarterly status reports and an Annual Report.
 
Project Proposal Contacts
Contact Organization Address Phone/Email Roles Notes
Form Submitter
Gerry Rowan Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation 73239 Confederated Way P.O. Box 638
Pendleton OR 97801
Ph: 541.966.2375
Fax: 541.276.4348
Email: gerryrowan@ctuir.com
Form Submitter DNR Fish and Wildlife Program
All Assigned Contacts
Julie Burke Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reserva 73239 Confederated Way P.O. Box 638
Pendleton OR 97801
Ph: 541.966.2372
Fax: 541.966.2397
Email: julieburke@ctuir.com
Administrative Contact
Gary James Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation Old Mission Highway P.O. Box 638
Pendleton OR 97801
Ph: 541.966.2371
Fax: 541.966.2397
Email: garyjames@ctuir.com
Supervisor
Gerry Rowan Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation 73239 Confederated Way P.O. Box 638
Pendleton OR 97801
Ph: 541.966.2375
Fax: 541.276.4348
Email: gerryrowan@ctuir.com
Project Lead
DNR Fish and Wildlife Program
Michelle Thompson Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation 73239 Confederated Way P.O. Box 638
Pendleton OR 97801
Ph: 541.966.2323
Fax: 541.276.3317
Email: michellethompson@ctuir.com
Administrative Contact
Brian Zimmerman CTUIR PO Box 638
Pendleton, OR 97801
Ph: 541-276-4109
Fax: [left blank]
Email: brianzimmerman@ctuir.com
Supervisor

Section 2: Project Location
Sponsor Province: Columbia Plateau ARG Province: No Change
Sponsor Subbasin: Umatilla ARG Subbasin: No Change
Location(s) at which the action will be implemented
Latitude Longitude Waterbody Location Description County/State Subbasin Primary?
45 40 118 21 Meacham Creek (a tributary to the Umatilla River) The Bonifer juvenile acclimation/release facility is located adjacent to Meacham Creek at RM 2. The pond spills into Boston Canyon Creek, which flows approx. 20 yards before entering Meacham Creek. Meacham Creek flows into the Umatilla River at RM 79. Umatilla, Oregon Umatilla No
45 50 118 11 South Fork Walla Walla River The South Fork Walla Walla adult holding/spawning facility is located east of Milton Free-Water, Oregon. The facility is located on the South Fork Walla Walla River at approximately RM 7. Umatilla, Oregon Walla Walla No
45 41 118 27 Umatiila River The Thornhollow juvenile acclimation/release facility is located on the upper Umatilla River at RM 73.5. Umatilla, Oregon Umatilla No
45 42 118 20 Umatilla River The Imeques C-mem-ini-kem juvenile acclimation/release facility is located on the upper Umatilla River at RM 79.5 Umatilla, Oregon Umatilla No
45 40 118 44 Umatilla River The Pendleton juvenile acclimation/release facility is located on the Umatilla River at RM 56. Umatilla, Oregon Umatilla No
45 40 118 37 Umatilla River The Minthorn juvenile acclimation/release and adult holding/spawning facility is located approximately four miles east of Mission, Oregon. The facility is located on Minthorn Springs Creek, with the facility located near the mouth at Umatilla RM 63.8. Umatilla, Oregon Umatilla No
45 52 119 19 Umatilla River The Three Mile Dam adult holding/spawning facility is located on the lower Umatilla River at approximately RM 3. Umatilla, Oregon Umatilla Yes

Section 3: Focal Species
Focal Species:
Primary Secondary Additional Species
Anadromous Fish

Section 4: Past Accomplishments
Past Accomplishments for Each Fiscal Year of This Project
Fiscal Year Accomplishments
2005 Collected and held 1,138 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 980 fish and took ~1,985,000 green eggs. Acclimated and released 740,473 spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
2004 Collected and held 1,543 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 1,351 fish and took ~2,714,274 green eggs. Acclimated and released 3,284,023 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA
2003 Collected and held 1,104 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 881 fish and took 1,917,667 green eggs. Acclimated and released 3,277,748 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
2002 Collected and held 1,255 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 941 fish and took ~1,876,190 green eggs. Acclimated and released 3,482,540 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA
2001 Collected and held 1,231 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 988 fish and took ~2,134,171 green eggs. Acclimated and released 3,123,289 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
2000 Collected and held 1,352 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 1,203 fish and took ~2,403,301 green eggs. Acclimated and released 6,021,487 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA
1999 Collected and held 1,223 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 969 fish and took ~1,709,525 green eggs. Acclimated and released 3,073,474 fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1998 Collected and held 517 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 423 fish and took ~941,886 green eggs. Acclimated and released 4,292,919 fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1997 Collected and held 1,006 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 781 fish and took ~1,880,837 green eggs. Acclimated and released 3,463,924 fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1996 Collected and held 709 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 481 fish and took ~993,466 green eggs. Acclimated and released 4,050,080 fall chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1995 Collected and held 1,014 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 755 fish and took ~1,169,353 green eggs. Acclimated and released 3,513,180 fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1994 Collected and held 135 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 96 fish and took ~234,432 green eggs. Acclimated and released 1,370,700 spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1993 Collected and held 1,055 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 740 fish and took ~1,283,932 green eggs. Acclimated and released 158,268 summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1992 Collected and held 436 adult broodstock for spawning. Sapwned 288 fish and took ~672,508 green eggs. Acclimated and released 176,536 spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1991 Collected and held 549 adult broodstock for spawning. Spawned 445 fish and took 1,011,904 green eggs. Acclimated and released 456,905 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1990 Collected and held 92 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 46 fish and took ~130,274 green eggs. Acclimated and released 448,798 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1989 Collected and held 150 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 74 fish and took ~214,712 green eggs. Acclimated and released 448,984 coho, fall and spring chinook salmon and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1988 Collected and held 133 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 44 fish and took ~121,980 green eggs. Acclimated and released 352,725 fall and spring chinook and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1987 Collected and held 148 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 67 fish and took ~239,760 green eggs. Acclimated and released 475,292 fall and spring chinook and coho salmon juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1986 Collected and held 69 adult summer steelhead for spawning' Spawned 30 females and took ~166,000 green eggs. Acclimated and released 510,630 fall and spring chinook and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1985 Collected and held 104 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 33 females and took ~150,000 green eggs. Acclimated and released 264,505 fall chinook and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.
1984 Collected and held 52 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 21 females and took ~100,000 green eggs. Acclimated 111,247 fall chinook and summer steelhead juveniles. Submitted quarterty and annual reports to BPA.
1983 Collected and held 161 adult summer steelhead for spawning. Spawned 33 females and took ~132,000 green eggs. Acclimated and released 20,000 fall chinook juveniles. Submitted quarterly and annual reports to BPA.

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 The Umatilla Passage O&M project assists in preventative and heavy maintenance at all Umatilla Hatchery satellite facilities
BPA 198710001 Umatilla Anad Fish Hab - CTUIR The Umatilla Anad Fish Habitat project provides increased habitat for fish utilization
BPA 198710002 Umatilla Anad. Fish Hab - ODFW The Umatilla Anad Fish Habitat project provides increased habitat for fish utilization
BPA 198802200 Umatilla Fish Passage Ops The Umatilla Fish Passage Ops project provides adult recovery information and broodstock for spawning, and provides passage for outmigrating hatchery produced juveniles
BPA 198902401 Eval Um Juvenile Sal Out Migra This project provides biological information related to the operation of the production program
BPA 198903500 Umatilla Hatchery O&M - ODFW Umatilla Hatchery is the primary production facility for providing juvenile salmon and steelhead smolts for acclimation and release into the Umatilla Basin
BPA 199000500 Umatilla Hatchery - M&E The UHM&E project provides biological information related to the operation of the satellite facilities and evaluates the success of the artificial production program
BPA 199000501 Umatilla Basin Nat Prod M&E The UBNPM&E project provides biological information related to the outcome of the production goals
BPA 200003800 Walla Walla River Hatchery This project provides for design and construction of new artificial production facilities which will be operated under project 198343500 when completed

Section 6: Biological Objectives
Biological Objectives of this Proposed Project
Biological Objective Full Description Associated Subbasin Plan Strategy Page Nos
Increase adult survival and homing Hold (acclimate) and feed groups of juvenile salmon and steelhead at Pendleton, Minthorn, Thornhollow, Imeques C-mem-ini-kem, and Bonifer acclimation/release facilities prior to release into the Umatilla River basin in order to increase adult survival and homing to natural production areas. Umatilla Section 1.4.1 (Aquatic Management Plan); Strategies 1-4 under Artificial Production - Objectives and Strategies. 1-27
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program Collect, hold, and artificially spawn broodstock at Three Mile Dam (coho and fall chinook), South Fork Walla Walla (spring chinook), and Minthorn (summer steelhead) adult holding/spawning facilities. Assist ODFW with collecting samples from prespawn mortalities and spawned fish for disease analysis. Umatilla Section 1.4.1 (Aquatic Management Plan); Strategies 1-4 under Artificial Production - Objectives and Strategies 1-27
Provide production of Carson stock spring chinook Provide funding for Little White Salmon/Willard National Fish Hatchery Complex staff to rear 210,000 spring chinook salmon annually for transfer and release into the Umatilla River. Umatilla Section 1.4.1 (Aquatic Management Plan); Strategies 1-4 under Artificial Production - Objectives and Strategies 1-27

Section 7: Work Elements
Work Elements and Associated Biological Objectives
Work Element Name Work Element Title Description Start Date End Date Estimated Budget
Produce Environmental Compliance Documentation Produce Environmental Compliance Documentation Obtain permits and other documentation associated with operation of the Umatilla hatchery satellite facilities. Coordinate with BPA. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $9,611
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 250,000 juvenile coho salmon will be acclimated at Pendleton. 2/15/2007 3/10/2009 $63,682
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 187,500 juvenile coho salmon will be acclimated at Pendleton. 3/15/2007 4/7/2009 $47,754
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 500,000 juvenile coho salmon will be acclimated at Pendleton. 2/15/2007 3/10/2009 $127,348
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 562,500 juvenile coho salmon will be acclimated at Pendleton 3/15/2007 4/15/2009 $143,266
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook salmon at Thornhollow 240,000 juvenile fall chinook will be acclimated at Thornhollow 2/15/2007 3/10/2009 $61,002
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook salmon at Thornhollow 240,000 juenile fall Chinook will be allimated at Thornhollow 3/15/2007 4/15/2009 $61,002
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile fall Chinook salmon at Thornhollow 300,000 juvenile fall Chinook will be acclimated at Thornhollow 5/1/2007 5/31/2009 $76,251
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques 210,000 juvenile spring Chinook will be acclimated at Imeques 1/15/2007 4/15/2009 $53,604
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques 150,000 juvenile spring Chinook will be acclimated at Imeques 1/1/2007 3/10/2009 $38,290
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques Acclimate 150,000 juvenile spring Chinook at Imeques. These fish will be overwintered and released in 2008. 11/15/2007 12/31/2009 $40,303
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile spring Chinook salmon at Imeques 450,000 juvenile spring chinook will be acclimated at Imeques 1/15/2007 3/10/2009 $114,869
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn 50,000 juvenile summer steelhead will be acclimated at Minthorn 4/1/2007 4/30/2009 $12,764
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Acclimate Juvenile Fish Acclimate juvenile summer steelhead at Pendleton 50,000 juvenile summer steelhead will be acclimated at Pendleton 4/1/2007 4/30/2009 $12,764
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Maintain Fish Health Assist in collection of samples from adult fish for disease analysis Assist in collection of reproductive fluids and tissue samples from summer steelhead, spring and fall Chinook, and possibly coho salmon broodstock. The samples will be analyzed by the ODFW Eastern Oregon Fish Pathology Laboratory for disease analysis. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $7,155
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
No Metrics for this Work Element

Maintain Hatchery Maintain Bonifer Repair, service, and maintain pond, water supply systems, screens, fencing, fishways, and grounds at Bonifer. Other maintenance will be conducted as necessary. Work will be performed in cooperation with Umatilla Fish Facilities O & M personnel throughout the project year. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $17,155
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Maintain Hatchery Maintain Imeques Repair, service, and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, ponds, pumps, water supply systems, screens, fencing, fishways, buildings and grounds at Imeques. Other maintenance will be conducted as necessary. Work will be performed in cooperation with Umatilla Fish Facilities O & M personnel throughout the project year. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $99,325
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Maintain Hatchery Maintain Minthorn Repair, service, and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, ponds, pumps, water supply systems, screens, fencing, fishways, buildings and grounds at Minthorn. Other maintenance will be conducted as necessary. Work will be performed in cooperation with Umatilla Fish Facilities O & M personnel throughout the project year. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $70,200
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Maintain Hatchery Maintain Pendleton Repair, service, and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, ponds, pumps, water supply systems, screens, fencing, fishways, buildings and grounds at Pendleton. Other maintenance will be conducted as necessary. Work will be performed in cooperation with Umatilla Fish Facilities O & M personnel throughout the project year. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $142,324
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Maintain Hatchery Maintain South Fork Walla Walla Repair, service, and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, ponds, pumps, water supply systems, screens, fencing, fishways, buildings and grounds at South Fork Walla Walla. Other maintenance will be conducted as necessary. Work will be performed in cooperation with Umatilla Fish Facilities O & M personnel throughout the project year. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $200,156
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Maintain Hatchery Maintain Thornhollow Repair, service, and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, ponds, pumps, water supply systems, screens, fencing, fishways, buildings and grounds at Thornhollow. Other maintenance will be conducted as necessary. Work will be performed in cooperation with Umatilla Fish Facilities O & M personnel throughout the project year. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $97,983
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Maintain Hatchery Maintain Three Mile Dam Repair, service, and maintain electrical and mechanical equipment, ponds, pumps, water supply systems, screens, fencing, fishways, buildings and grounds at Three Mile Dam. Other maintenance will be conducted as necessary. Work will be performed in cooperation with Umatilla Fish Facilities O & M personnel throughout the project year. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $138,605
Biological Objectives Metrics
No Metrics for this Work Element

Produce Hatchery Fish Incubate, rear and mark spring chinook salmon for acclimation and release in the Umatilla River The USFWS will incubate, rear, and mark 210,000 spring chinook salmon at Little White Salmon Hatchery for acclimation and release in the Umatilla River. The USFWS will contract directly with BPA to perform this work 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $474,884
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide production of Carson stock spring chinook
No Metrics for this Work Element

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 500,000 acclimated juvenile coho salmon will be released at Pendleton 3/1/2007 3/10/2009 $6,704
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 500,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 187,500 acclimated juvenile coho salmon will be released at Pendleton 4/1/2007 4/7/2009 $2,514
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Rearing: # smolts into program: 187,500

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 250,000 acclimated juvenile coho salmon will be released at Pendleton 3/1/2007 3/10/2009 $3,352
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 250,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile coho salmon at Pendleton 562,500 acclimated coho will be released at Pendleton 4/1/2007 4/15/2009 $7,542
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 562,500

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile fall Chinook salmon at Thornhollow 240,000 acclimated juvenile fall Chinook will be released at Thornhollow 3/1/2007 3/10/2009 $3,212
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 240,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile fall Chinook salmon at Thornhollow 240,000 acclimated juvenile fall Chinook will be releaased at Thornhollow 4/5/2007 4/15/2009 $3,212
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 240,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile fall Chinook salmon at Thornhollow 300,000 acclimated juvenile fall Chinook will be released at Thornhollow 5/20/2007 5/31/2009 $4,014
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 300,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile spring Chinook salmon at Imeques 450,000 acclimated juvenile spring Chinook will be released from Imeques 3/1/2007 3/10/2009 $6,044
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 450,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile spring Chinook salmon at Imeques 150,000 acclimated juvenile spring Chinook will be released at Imeques 3/1/2007 3/10/2009 $2,822
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 150,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile spring Chinook salmon at Imeques 210,000 acclimated juvenile spring Chinook will be released at Imeques 4/5/2007 4/15/2009 $2,014
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 210,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile summer steelhead at Minthorn 50,000 acclimated juvenile summer steelhead will be released at Minthorn 4/20/2007 4/30/2009 $672
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 50,000

Produce Hatchery Fish Release juvenile summer steelhead at Pendleton 50,000 acclimated juvenile summer steelhead will be released at Pendleton 4/20/2007 4/30/2009 $672
Biological Objectives Metrics
Increase adult survival and homing
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation
* Production: # smolts released from program: 50,000

Spawn Fish Potentially spawn Coho salmon at Three Mile Dam If required due to brood shortages at Bonneville Hatchery, coho salmon eggs would be taken at Three Mile Dam and transported to Cascade Hatchery. The number of eggs would be determined by the brood shortage. 11/1/2007 12/10/2009 $16,240
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Spawn Fish Spawn fall Chinook salmon at Three Mile Dam Approximately 646,000 fall Chinook eggs will be taken at Three Mile Dam and transported to Umatilla Hatdchery 11/1/2007 12/10/2009 $118,627
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Spawn Fish Spawn spring Chinook salmon at South Fork Walla Walla Approximately 1,080,000 spring Chinook eggs will be taken at South Fork Walla Walla and transported to Umatilla Hatchery 8/15/2007 9/15/2009 $170,230
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Spawn Fish Spawn summer steelhead at Minthorn Approximately 201,000 summer steelheaed eggs will be taken at Minthorn and transported to Umatilla Hatchery 3/29/2007 6/7/2009 $103,592
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery Hold adult fall Chinook salmon at Three Mile Dam for spawning Approximately 400 fall Chinook salmon will be held at Three Mile Dam for spawning 9/15/2007 12/10/2009 $131,619
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery Hold adult spring Chinook salmon at South Fork Walla Walla for spawning Approximately 600 adult spring Chinook salmon will be held at South Fork Walla Walla for spawning 4/15/2007 9/15/2009 $186,469
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning 120 adult summer steelhead will be held at Minthorn for spawning 1/1/2007 6/7/2009 $73,357
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* # of ad-clip (hatchery origin) adults: 20
* # of non-clip (natural origin) adults: 100
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery Hold adult summer steelhead at Minthorn for spawning 120 adult summer steelhead will be held at Minthorn for spawning 9/16/2007 12/31/2009 $6,496
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery Potentially hold adult coho salmon at Three Mile Dam for spawning If required due to brood shortages at Bonneville Hatchery, adult coho salmon would be held at Three Mile Dam for spawning. 10/1/2007 12/10/2009 $3,248
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery Potentially provide temporary holding at Three Mile Dam for fall Chinook out planting programs Up to 1,000 adult fall Chinook may be held temporarily at Three Mile Dam and later outplanted in the Umatilla River basin 10/1/2007 10/31/2009 $9,744
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Trap/Collect/Hold/Transport Fish - Hatchery Provide temporary holding at South Fork Walla Walla for spring Chinook out planting programs Up to 1,500 adult spring Chinook will be held temporarily at South Fork Walla Walla for later outplanting in the Walla Walla River basin 4/15/2007 8/10/2009 $167,781
Biological Objectives Metrics
Provide eggs for Umatilla River production program
* Purpose of production program: Supplementation

Coordination Participate in Umatilla Mgmt & M&E Oversite Committee coordination meetings Provide input at Umatilla Management and Monitoring and Evaluation Oversite Committee coordination meetings. Meetings will be held monthly or as often as needed. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $6,181
Biological Objectives Metrics
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Manage and Administer Projects Manage and Administer Project Provide oversight of the project throughout the performance period. Respond to BPA as requested, providing financial, contractual, and administrative documents. Prepare FY 08 Statement of Work and submit no less than 90 days before end of current contract. 5/15/2007 12/31/2009 $8,795
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Produce Plan Participate in development of Umatilla Hatchery and Basin Annual Operation Plan Provide input in the development of the Umatilla Hatchery and Basin Annual Operation Plan. 6/1/2007 9/30/2009 $6,181
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Provide Technical Review Participate in development of Walla Walla Hatchery Master Plan facilities Provide input on the design of artificial production facilities outlined in the Walla Walla Hatchery Master Plan. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $12,722
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Produce Annual Report Produce Annual Report Prepare and submit FY 2006 Annual Report summarizing project activities consistent with the terms and conditions of this contract. The final report will be submitted electronically to BPA Project Manager by May 31, 2007. 1/1/2007 5/31/2010 $69,619
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Produce Status Report Produce Quarterly Status Reports Quarterly status reports will be submitte in Pisces format to BPA 4/1/2007 1/15/2010 $9,208
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Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect biological data, snouts, and scales from adults Biological data (lengths, sex, and marks) from all adults held for spawning or outplanting at Minthorn, South Fork Walla Walla, and Three Mile Dam, will be collected and recorded. Snouts will be collected from all CWT fish, and scale samples will be collected from a portion of the fish. 1/1/2007 12/31/2009 $51,911
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Section 8: Budget

Itemized Estimated Budget
Item Note FY 2007 Cost FY 2008 Cost FY 2009 Cost
Personnel Includes funds for the USFWS to rear and mark 210,000 spring chinook at Little White Salmon Hatchery. These fish will be acclimated and released in the Umatilla River. $376,262 $394,195 $410,153
Fringe Benefits Includes funds for the USFWS to rear and mark 210,000 spring chinook at Little White Salmon Hatchery. These fish will be acclimated and released in the Umatilla River. $105,376 $110,106 $114,282
Supplies Includes funds for the USFWS to rear and mark 210,000 spring chinook at Little White Salmon Hatchery. These fish will be acclimated and released in the Umatilla River. $194,489 $200,697 $207,105
Travel Includes funds for the USFWS to rear and mark 210,000 spring chinook at Little White Salmon Hatchery. These fish will be acclimated and released in the Umatilla River. $37,065 $38,198 $39,366
Overhead Includes funds for the USFWS to rear and mark 210,000 spring chinook at Little White Salmon Hatchery. These fish will be acclimated and released in the Umatilla River. $261,987 $273,042 $283,177
Other Utilities and Property Lease $83,987 $86,505 $89,099
Totals $1,059,166 $1,102,743 $1,143,182

Total Estimated FY 2007-2009 Budgets
Total Itemized Budget$3,305,091
Total Work Element budget$3,305,091

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

Section 9: Project Future
Project Future Costs and/or Termination
FY 2010 Est Budget FY 2011 Est Budget Comments
$1,854,935 $1,932,424 The substantial increases for FY 2010 and FY 2011 are primarily due to the anticipated completion of the Walla Walla Hatchery. The O & M costs for this facility would be provided under this project.
Future Operations & Maintenance Costs
This is an ongoing project that will continue indefinitely. It is anticipated that costs will continue to increase due to increased salaries, supplies and materials, and other O&M costs.
 
Termination Date Comments
None This is an ongoing project.
 
Final Deliverables

Section 10: Narrative
Document Type Size Date

Part 2 of 2. Reviews of Proposal
Administrative Review Group (ARG) Results
Account Type:
Expense
No changes were made to this proposal


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

FY 2007 Budget
$952,166
FY 2008 Budget
$912,166
FY 2009 Budget
$912,166
Total NPCC Rec
$2,776,498
Budget Type:Expense
Budget Category:ProvinceExpense
Recommendation:Fund
Comments: See decision memo discussion of the Umatilla subbasin projects. The budget adjustment reflects that the original proposal had embedded in its budget a contract to Little White Hatchery for $147,000 to produce 210k spring chinook. This production will shift to the Umatilla Hatchery. However, a $40,000 contract is required to finish production on hand in FY07.


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

FY 2007 Budget
$952,166
FY 2008 Budget
$912,166
FY 2009 Budget
$912,166
Total NPCC Rec
$2,776,498
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: See decision memo comment

Local or MSRT Comments: OSPIT notes that embedded in this budget is a contract to Little White Hatchery for $147,000 to produce 210k spring chinook. This production will shift to the Umatilla Hatchery. However, a $40K contract is required to finish production on hand in FY07.


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

Recommendation: Fundable (Qualified)
NPCC Comments: This project is part of the larger Umatilla Program and comments associated with Project 199000500 apply (also see ISRP comments on the “Umatilla Initiative” under proposal 198343600). A useful project review will only result from an intensive review of the overall program, a review that is not possible in the time available for the present review.

The supplementation program remains a concern to the ISRP. There is concern that the whole system will be comprised of fish derived from supplementation, as more and more hatchery fish spawn in the wild. The practice continues in spite of the fact that supplementation, as an ecosystem experiment, remains untested and unproven.

It is not clear that the identified personnel needs are just for the satellite facilities? If so, the budget seems high.


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

Recommendation: Fundable (Qualified)
NPCC Comments: This project is part of the larger Umatilla Program and comments associated with Project 199000500 apply. A useful project review will only result from an intensive review of the overall program, a review that is not possible in the time available for the present review.

The supplementation program remains a concern to the ISRP. There is concern that the whole system will be comprised of fish derived from supplementation, as more and more hatchery fish spawn in the wild. The practice continues in spite of the fact that supplementation, as an ecosystem experiment, remains untested and unproven.

It is not clear that the identified personnel needs are just for the satellite facilities? If so, the budget seems high.

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