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Hatchery and Genetic Management Plan for the Russian River Steelhead Hatchery Program, California


Endangered Species Act
Action Status


NOAA Fisheries is announcing the issuance of an Endangered Species Act Section 10 (a)(1)(A) Enhancement Permit for the United States Corps of Engineers (USACE) and California Department of Wildlife (CDFW) to implement the Russian River Steelhead Integrated Harvest Hatchery Program. This Permit will be guided by a hatchery and genetic management plan and allow the USACE and CDFW to rear and release up to 500,000 yearling Central California Coast (CCC) steelhead smolts at the Warm Springs Hatchery in Geyserville and Coyote Valley Fish Facility in Ukiah, California.

Last updated by West Coast Regional Office on 03/11/2024