BPA Fish and Wildlife FY 1997 Proposal
Section 1. Administrative
Section 2. Narrative
Section 3. Budget
see CBFWA and BPA funding recommendations
Section 1. Administrative
Title of project
Hatchery Training and Education
BPA project number 8812004
Business name of agency, institution or organization requesting funding
Yakama Indian Nation
Sponsor type WA-Tribe
Proposal contact person or principal investigator
|Mailing address||Yakima Indian Nation
Fisheries Resource Management
P.O. Box 151
Toppenish, WA 98948
BPA technical contact Kelly Kittel, EWN 503/230-5199
Biological opinion ID
NWPPC Program number 7.4K.1
Supports the proposed manpower of the YKFP facilities.
Project start year 1993 End year
Start of operation and/or maintenance
Project development phase Implementation.
Section 2. Narrative
Monitoring: Proj# 8812005 Estimating adult passage at Roza & Chandler for YKFP objectives, etc. -Fish Technicians: Proj# 8812008 Technical personnel support for field data collection, task activities/assignments and special fishery projects consistent with YKFP objectives. -Quantative Production Objectives, Sh/FC: Proj# 8812009 Refining objectives for Steelhead/Fall Chinook and assist in selection of appropriate treatment strategies, risk analysis and monitoring plans. -Yakima Hatchery Construction: Proj# 88-115 Construction of Spring Chinook Supplementation Facilities for YKFP.
-Yakima Hatchery Final Design: Proj# 90-69 Design of Spring Chinook Facilities for YKFP. -Yakima/Klickitat Monitoring/Evaluation Program: Proj# 95-63 Develop and Test M&E Plans for YKFP. -Preliminary Design for Passage and Habitat Improvement in the Klickitat River: Proj# 95-68 Initiates the objectives needed to provide basic information from fisheries surveys, population monitoring, habitat inventory and engineering surveys of passage barriers in the Klickitat River watershed. -YKFP Scientific & Mgt Services (Master To): Projects Contracted to Co-Managers, Washington State
1. YSIS (Yakima Species Interaction Studies) 1
2. Marking Studies
All of these Tasks represent as aspect of the Goals and Objectives of the YKFP
3. Genetic Management Framework
5. NIT Design; (New Innovative Treatment) one of two methods to be tested in YKFP.
The YKFP has been in the Fish and Wildlife plan since 1982. The Yakima phase of the Project initially included an all stock initiative. There sill remains an all stock initiative but not all at once. The Policy Group's preferred an all stock initiative. There still remains an all stock inititative but it will be implemented through a phase in process. The Policy Group's preferred alternative that's included within the FEIS is to implement the supplementation aspects for Spring Chinook and develop and implement a monitoring plan for the now released coho in the basin. The other stocks will be implemented through a tiering process. The Klickitat aspect of the Project currently is doing fishery surveys, population monitoring, habitat inventory, and engineering surveys of passage barriers in the Klickitat River watershed. This is consistent with the Preliminary Design Report.
Biological results achieved
Annual reports and technical papers
Annual report on trainees.
Specific measureable objectives
Train tribal personnel so they will have the necessary skills, knowledge, and techniques needed to fulfill key positions needed in the YKFP
Underlying assumptions or critical constraints
Brief schedule of activities
Four fish culturist working towards their Fishery Biologist Degree. Three are attending Central Washington University and one is attending the University of Washington. During school breaks these students work on YIN fish culture projects and do OJT as deemed necessary. A designated tribal biologist supervises these students, manages YIN fish enhancement projects, and trains with other agencies to gain further knowledge in the field of fish health.
Trained tribal personnel are needed to fulfill key positions that are needed in the YKFP.
Summary of expected outcome
We expect to have trained personnel ready to run and work on the YKFP.
Dependencies/opportunities for cooperation
Section 3. BudgetData shown are the total of expense and capital obligations by fiscal year. Obligations for any given year may not equal actual expenditures or accruals within the year, due to carryover, pre-funding, capitalization and difference between operating year and BPA fiscal year.
|Historic costs||FY 1996 budget data*||Current and future funding needs|
* For most projects, Authorized is the amount recommended by CBFWA and the Council. Planned is amount currently allocated. Contracted is the amount obligated to date of printout.
CBFWA funding review group Bonneville Dam - Priest Rapids Dam
Recommendation Tier 1 - fund
Recommended funding level $231,202
BPA 1997 authorized budget (approved start-of-year budget) $231,202