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ODFW Fish Screening and Passage Program

ODFW Fish Screening and Passage Program

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ODFW Fish Screening and Passage Program

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  1. ODFW Fish Screeningand Passage Program

  2. Program Structure Program Manager (HQ) Screen Shop Managers (Field) Administrative Specialist State Screens Coordinator The Dalles Screen Shop NW Field Coordinator Office Specialist State Passage Coordinator Central Point Screen Shop SW Field Coordinator Fiscal Analyst 4 Engineers John Day Screen Shop NE/SE Field Coordinator Accountant Engineering Tech Enterprise Screen Shop

  3. Program Areas

  4. Program Funding Sources • Measure 66 Lottery • Mitchell Act • FRIMA • Bonneville Power Administration • Statewide Surcharge • Other License Dollars

  5. Measure 66 (M66) • Lottery Funds for salmon and watershed restoration. • Capital funds for 60% cost share of fish screens and passage. • $4 million per biennium.

  6. Mitchell Act • Mitigation for salmon restoration in the Columbia River Basin. • Funds primarily used for operation and maintenance of fish screens and passage. • $1.7 million per year.

  7. FRIMAFisheries Restoration and Irrigation Mitigation Act • Federal funds administered by USFW. Requires 35% non-federal match. • Originally authorized at $25 million. • Oregon’s 2006 share was $364,000. • Bill currently in process of reauthorization in Washington DC.

  8. BPABonneville Power Administration • Funds Mitchell Act replacement screens in the Columbia River Basin. • $535,000 per year.

  9. Statewide Surcharge • Generated through 25¢ surcharge on each sport fishing license. • Used for construction, maintenance, administration, and Fish Screening Task Force. • Approximately $400,000 per year.

  10. Cost-share Program M66 fundsfirst available January 1, 2000 Projects installed Jan 2000 to June 2006: Fish Screen Fish Passage 521 47 Projects under construction: Fish Screen Fish Passage 33 7

  11. OregonProjects

  12. Rotary Drum Screen Stream: Cottonwood Creek size: 1.46 cfs County: Grant species: Steelhead, Native redband Basin: John Day S-06-0070

  13. Vertical Panel Screen Stream: NF Crooked River size: 10 cfs County: Crook species: Rainbow trout Basin: Deschutes S-05-0021

  14. New Chain Drive System ODFW designed, fabricated and installed a new chain driven self-cleaning system that eliminates a potentially hazardous pendulum drive arm.

  15. Vertical Panel Screen Stream: Badger Creek size: 30 cfs County: Wasco species: Native redband trout Basin: Deschutes S-05-0027

  16. Belt Screen Stream: Malheur River size: 19 cfs County: Harney species: Bull trout, Native redband trout Basin: Malheur S-10-0003

  17. Pump Screen Stream: Mill Creek size: 1.8 cfs County: Marion species: Chinook, Steelhead Basin: Willamette River S-02-0092

  18. Vertical Slot Fishwaywith Fish Trap Stream: Santiam River size: na County: Marion species: na Basin: Santiam River P-02-0030

  19. Pool & Chute Fishway Stream: Chewaucan River size: na County: Lake species: Native redband trout Basin: Goose & Summer Lakes P-13-0209

  20. Modified Pool & Weir Fishway Stream: Chewaucan River size: na County: Lake species: Native redband trout Basin: Goose & Summer Lakes P-13-0206

  21. Pool & Weir Fishway Stream: Ochoco Creek size: na County: Crook species: Rainbow trout Basin: Deschutes P-05-0031

  22. The Good, The Bad & The Ugly GOODFuture M66 Lottery funds look good. Highly competent staff do the job right. BADFederal funds overall too low. Inadequate funds for fish screen maintenance. UGLYState Fish Screen Coordinator’s office.

  23. The End