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Upper Toppenish Watershed Restoration Project (9803300) Yakama Nation Division of Natural Resources
Yakama Reservation BPA Projects
Goals 1.Moderate flow regime 2.Foster vegetative recovery 3.Improve habitat for fish and wildlife 4.Improve land management 5.Monitor and evaluate results, apply adaptive management
Factors Limiting Fisheries Productivity Flow regime Climate Passage and habitat problems downstream of project area
Watershed Assessment Recommendations Improve grazing management Transportation system design & maintenance Prescribed burning Beaver habitat enhancement Headwater meadow restoration Riparian & floodplain revegetation
Planned Restoration Activities Restore channelized, diked stream reaches to historic channels Revegetate riparian areas and floodplains Aggrade channelized stream reaches Improve grazing management Restore headwater meadows Reduce sediment inputs from roads
Restore channelized reaches
Revegetate riparian areas & floodplains
Restore headwater meadows
Reduce sediment inputs from roads
Past Accomplishments Reestablishing fish passage Channel rehabilitation Floodplain road relocation Grazing management
Reestablishing fish passage
Spawning ground surveys Riparian Proper Functioning Condition (PFC) assessment Photo points at treatment locations Monitoring & Evaluation
Partnerships FEMA Yakama Nation Transportation Program Toppenish-Simcoe Instream Flow Restoration Project Yakama Nation Lower Valley Wetlands/Riparian Restoration Yakama Nation Flood Management Project
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