Upper Columbia River region funding

Habitat protection and restoration are top priorities in the region

The upper Columbia River region has spent most of its funding on conserving and restoring habitat for fish. Assessing habitat for restoration needs and planning for restoration also have been an important investment. For the past 20 years, the region, on average, has spent about $2 million annually on salmon recovery through the state’s Recreation and Conservation Office and the Salmon Recovery Funding Board.

Indicator data

What does this indicator mean?

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.