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WRIA 8 Salmon Recovery Council 2007 SRFB & PSAR Grants Project Subcommittee Report & Recommendations July 19, 2007.

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1 WRIA 8 Salmon Recovery Council 2007 SRFB & PSAR Grants Project Subcommittee Report & Recommendations July 19, 2007

2 Overview SRFB & PSAR Total $2,625,450 SRFB - $610,353 SRFB - $610,353 PSAR - $2,015,097 PSAR - $2,015,097 7 proposals – 7 proposals – 3 Protection 3 Protection 4 Restoration 4 Restoration

3 SRFB/PSAR Application Review Process How well does the project meet: How well does the project meet: WRIA 8 Conservation Strategy WRIA 8 Conservation Strategy 3-Year Work Program 3-Year Work Program with NOAA Technical Recovery Team (TRT) Reviewwith NOAA Technical Recovery Team (TRT) Review Cedar, Migratory, Naturally-spawning Sammamish, and Sammamish population areas Cedar, Migratory, Naturally-spawning Sammamish, and Sammamish population areas SRFB Manual 18 – Policies and Project Selection SRFB Manual 18 – Policies and Project Selection with SRFB Review Panel Member Reviewwith SRFB Review Panel Member Review Is the project well-thought out & cost effective? Is the project well-thought out & cost effective?

4 SRFB/PSAR Application Review Process June 19 th – Field visits June 19 th – Field visits 7 presentations 7 presentations June 26 th Meeting – June 26 th Meeting – Scoring, ranking, and allocation discussion Scoring, ranking, and allocation discussion

5 Project Subcommittee Recommendations 1 Rainbow Bend Acquisition: $1,000,000 1 Rainbow Bend Acquisition: $1,000,000 2 Cottage Lake Creek Conservation Project: $975,450 2 Cottage Lake Creek Conservation Project: $975,450 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project: $400,000 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project: $400,000 4Issaquah Creek Waterways - Anderson: $250,000 4Issaquah Creek Waterways - Anderson: $250,000 5Squak Valley Park/Issaquah Creek Restoration Project: $0 5Squak Valley Park/Issaquah Creek Restoration Project: $0 6Willowmoor Restoration Project: $0 6Willowmoor Restoration Project: $0 7North Creek and Sammamish River Confluence Habitat Improvement: $0 7North Creek and Sammamish River Confluence Habitat Improvement: $0

6 Project Subcommittee Recommendations # 1 Rainbow Bend Acquisition King County Match: $ 3,500,000 Match: $ 3,500,000 Request: $1,000,000 Request: $1,000,000 Recommend: $1,000,000 Recommend: $1,000, acres of key floodplain in center of Belmondo reach 20 acres of key floodplain in center of Belmondo reach

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8 Project Subcommittee Recommendations # 2 Cottage Lake Creek Conservation Project King County King County Match: $2,084,000 Match: $2,084,000 Request: $850,000 Request: $850,000 Recommend: $975,450 Recommend: $975, acres, 0.55 miles regionally significant spawning habitat. 35 acres, 0.55 miles regionally significant spawning habitat.

9 #2 Cottage Lake Creek Conservation Parcel Map

10 Project Subcommittee Recommendations # 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project City of Issaquah City of Issaquah Match: $550,000 Match: $550,000 Request: $800,000 Request: $800,000 Recommend: $400,000 Recommend: $400,000 Feasibility study for restoring fish passage Feasibility study for restoring fish passage

11 # 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project Replace or remove hatchery intake structures Replace or remove hatchery intake structures Improve upstream fish passage - 10 or more miles of high quality spawning habitat Improve upstream fish passage - 10 or more miles of high quality spawning habitat Correct sediment maintenance problems Correct sediment maintenance problems

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14 # 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project - Subcommittee Recommendations Feasibility study only Feasibility study only Evaluate benefit to natural-origin salmon rather than hatchery- origin salmon Evaluate benefit to natural-origin salmon rather than hatchery- origin salmon Evaluate current use of system by natural-origin salmon Evaluate current use of system by natural-origin salmon Address straying issue Address straying issue

15 # 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project - Subcommittee Recommendations Analyze as H-Integration project – potential effects on naturally spawning Chinook throughout WRIA – before construction. Analyze as H-Integration project – potential effects on naturally spawning Chinook throughout WRIA – before construction. TRT review questioned restorations projects for Issaquah system – recommend feasibility study. TRT review questioned restorations projects for Issaquah system – recommend feasibility study. SRFB Review Panel – recommended re-scope as an assessment. SRFB Review Panel – recommended re-scope as an assessment.

16 Project Subcommittee Recommendations # 4 Issaquah Creek Waterways - Anderson City of Issaquah City of Issaquah Match: $2,276,000 Match: $2,276,000 Request: $250,000 Request: $250,000 Recommend: $250,000 Recommend: $250, acre property at confluence – mainstem and east fork Issaquah Creek 3.89 acre property at confluence – mainstem and east fork Issaquah Creek

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18 Project Subcommittee Recommendations # 5 Squak Valley Park/Issaquah Creek Restoration Project # 5 Squak Valley Park/Issaquah Creek Restoration Project City of Issaquah City of Issaquah Match: $375,000 Match: $375,000 Request: $350,000 Request: $350,000 Recommend: $0 Recommend: $0 Restore and reconnect the historic floodplain & stream channel. Restore and reconnect the historic floodplain & stream channel.

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20 Project Subcommittee Recommendations # 6 Willowmoor Restoration Project King County King County Match: $870,000 Match: $870,000 Request: $1,200,000 Request: $1,200,000 Recommend: $0 Recommend: $0 Improve salmon habitat conditions in Sammamish River Transition Zone Improve salmon habitat conditions in Sammamish River Transition Zone

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22 Project Subcommittee Recommendations # 7 North Creek and Sammamish River Confluence Habitat Improvement City of Bothell City of Bothell Match: $11,250 Match: $11,250 Request: $33,750 Request: $33,750 Recommend: $0 Recommend: $0 Feasibility and design to improve shallow delta habitat to improve rearing conditions, and LWD and rocks to minimize sedimentation and deflect North Creek flow. Feasibility and design to improve shallow delta habitat to improve rearing conditions, and LWD and rocks to minimize sedimentation and deflect North Creek flow.

23 Salmon Recovery Council - Decision 1 Rainbow Bend Acquisition: $1,000,000 1 Rainbow Bend Acquisition: $1,000,000 2 Cottage Lake Creek Conservation Project: $975,450 2 Cottage Lake Creek Conservation Project: $975,450 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project: $400,000 3 Issaquah Hatchery Water Intake Dam Removal Project: $400,000 4Issaquah Creek Waterways - Anderson: $250,000 4Issaquah Creek Waterways - Anderson: $250,000 5Squak Valley Park/Issaquah Creek Restoration Project: $0 5Squak Valley Park/Issaquah Creek Restoration Project: $0 6Willowmoor Restoration Project: $0 6Willowmoor Restoration Project: $0 7North Creek and Sammamish River Confluence Habitat Improvement: $0 7North Creek and Sammamish River Confluence Habitat Improvement: $0

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