Weyerhaueser I-90 Cascades Habitat Conservation Plan

March 29, 2001

This multi-species HCP provides watershed-scale management of fish and wildlife habitat across a 150,000-acre area of industrial timberlands for 50 years in Washington's central Cascade Mountains.

The HCP and associated documents are very large files. Please e-mail Elizabeth Babcock, Branch Chief North Puget Sound Branch, elizabeth.babcock@noaa.gov, to request a CD of these documents, and include your name and full mailing address.

Affected Species

Puget Sound Chinook and Middle Columbia River steelhead trout

Summary

This multi-species HCP provides watershed-scale management of fish and wildlife habitat across a 150,000-acre area of industrial timberlands for 50 years in Washington's central Cascade Mountains. Watershed prescriptions to protect unstable slopes and correct roads that deliver sediments to streams are being implemented according to the outcomes of specific analyses. The HCP was approved in June 1996. NOAA Fisheries issued the Incidental Take Permit in March 2001.

Supporting Materials

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

Conservation Plan