Storedahl Gravel Daybreak Mine Expansion Habitat Conservation Plan

April 15, 2004

This multi-species HCP completed in April 2004 covers proposed expansion of Daybreak Gravel Mine and its existing operations

The HCP and associated documents are very large files. Please e-mail Scott Hecht, Washington Coast/Lower Columbia River Branch Chief, Scott.Hecht@noaa.gov, to request a CD of these documents, and include your name and full mailing address.

Affected Species

  • Chinook salmon (Lower Columbia River), 
  • Chum salmon (Columbia River), and
  • Steelhead (Lower Columbia River)

Summary

This multi-species HCP completed in April 2004 covers proposed expansion of Daybreak Gravel Mine and its existing operations. It deals with 291 acres next to the east fork of the Lewis River in southwest Washington State. The HCP is designed to ameliorate potential effects of river channel shift into the gravel mining pits.

Supporting Materials

Last updated by West Coast Regional Office on 11/06/2019

Conservation Plan