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Pacific Lamprey Regional Impementation Plans

Regional Implementation Plans

Through the Agreement, conservation will be advanced by the development of Regional Implementation Plans, which will prioritize implementation of conservation actions and evaluate action effectiveness. The Regional Implementation Plans will build upon existing restoration plans that include conservation actions such as: modifying fish ladders and entranceways at dams, constructing lamprey passage structures at tributary barriers, restoring lamprey habitat, and consideration of lamprey during in-stream work. However, gaps in addressing threats to Pacific Lamprey remain. The Regional Implementation plans will identify additional conservation actions needed at the watershed scale to address threats and issues identified by local experts.


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