Recovery plan progress

Overview of the Upper Columbia River valley

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Recovery plan progress in the Upper Columbia region

Recovery plan remains dominant roadmap for recovery

Upper Columbia River Salmon Recovery Region continues to improve upon last report’s results of:

  • 350 habitat projects completed, 30 miles of stream restored, 16 miles of off-channel habitat resrtored, and 210 acres of streamside forest restored.
  • Removed 110 fish passage barriers, opening 302 miles of salmon habitat.
  • Protected 3,400 acres of habitat and 50 miles of riverbank.

The recovery plan remains the dominant roadmap for the region and its partners.

Indicator data

Recovery plan implementation progress

Visit How we measure for background about this data, and our Salmon Data Portal for original source data behind the indicator charts and graphs used throughout this site.