Recovery Plan for Upper Columbia Spring Chinook Salmon and Steelhead

August 01, 2007

The goal of ESA recovery under this plan is to improve the viability of these salmon and steelhead, and the ecosystems upon which they depend, to the point that they no longer require ESA protection.

The Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board (UCSRB) developed this plan for the recovery of Upper Columbia spring Chinook (listed as endangered on March 24, 1999), Upper Columbia steelhead (listed as endangered on August 18, 1997; reclassified as threatened on January 5, 2006; and as a result of a legal challenge, reinstated to endangered status on June 13, 2007), and bull trout (the coterminous U.S. population was listed as threatened on November 1, 1999). The mission for the Upper Columbia Spring Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Recovery Plan developed by the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board is: To restore viable and sustainable populations of salmon, steelhead, and other atrisk species through collaborative, economically sensitive efforts, combined resources, and wise resource management of the Upper Columbia region. 

Recovery Plan Resources

Last updated by Office of Protected Resources on 04/09/2020

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