This umbrella proposal gives a brief overview of CBFWA activities associated with anadromous fishes in the Grande Ronde basin. The presentation assumed that the reviewer had extensive knowledge of the status of chinook and summer steelhead stocks, neither explaining it in this proposal, nor providing any references for the benefit of the reviewer. The umbrella did mention that coho and sockeye were extirpated, suggesting that, for these two species, there was a need to address the problem. The presentation did not give a clear rationale for the set of studies included under this umbrella, only listing those studies in Section 3. There was nothing more about them and no time sequencing. The proposal acknowledges that habitat degradation is a problem, but does not address solutions for that problem. The hatcheries emphasized here, even when the hatcheries are soundly designed, does not mitigate for lost habitat, and the reliance on captive broodstock assumes and requires solutions to habitat problems to increase adult survival. Overall, only a bare minimum was presented in this umbrella; in the future, more detail on rationale for the overall efforts and on their integration would be particularly helpful.