Klamath Restoration Project Reports
The Yreka Fish and Wildlife Office provides funds
for restoration projects from the Klamath Restoration Program and
other programs including the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Jobs-in-the-Woods,
Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program, and Fish Passage Programs.
The project categories include education, aquatic habitat restoration,
subbasin planning and coordination, and research and monitoring.
The following are Final Reports from these projects:
NOTE: If there is a final report that
is not linked, please contact this office to request a paper copy.
||The Klamath River Basin Fisheries Task
Force has identified education and communication as essential
to the success of the Restoration Program. The Task Force's
technical advisors have recommended that education and communication
elements be developed for three principal Program audiences:
school children; special interest groups, including fishermen;
and the general public.
and Coordination Projects
||Planning and coordination funds are provided
to local watershed groups for organization support so that they
can continue to plan and prioritize resource management projects,
ensure resource management projects are implemented, hold committee
meetings, encourage voluntary landowner efforts in restoration
activities, inform public at large about the need for improving
& Assessment Projects
||Research, monitoring, and assessment
funds are provided for Sensitive, Threatened, and Endangered
Species - Monitoring studies emphasizing sensitive, threatened,
and endangered anadromous fish species are encouraged.
|Hatchery & Rearing
Please click on a link
above to view a list of final reports by project type.
(The Final Reports in Adobe pdf format,
you must have
Adobe Reader to view and/or print these reports.)
Last updated: 16 February 2007
May 6, 2008