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Regional Implementation Plans _

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The Pacific Lamprey Conservation Initiative has three key components: the Assessment and Template for Conservation Measures; the Conservation Agreement; and Regional Implementation Plans.

Regional Implementation Plans are developed for each Regional Management Unit and include strategies and schedules for implementing conservation actions.

Pacific Lamprey distribution has been divided into Regional Management Units (RMUs) for the purpose of implementing conservation actions. This division facilitates a finer level of resolution for description of populations, distribution, and their habitats. It also provides a more optimal structure for collaboration on conservation and restoration activities

  • Regional Implementation Plans

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    RIPs, derived from existing information and plans, are developed for each Regional Management Unit and include strategies and schedules for implementing conservation actions. RIP's are periodically updated. Current and archived plans are available here.

    RIPs
  • Regional Implementation Plan Template

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    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. The Regional Implementation plans will identify additional conservation actions needed at the watershed scale to address threats and issues identified by local experts.

    View the template
  • Regional Implementation Plan Scorecard

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    The Conservation Team review will focus on confirming that sufficient thought has gone into the priorities of actions, the sequence of their implementation makes sense, implementation of the project(s) is realistic and that sufficient coordination amongst all relevant parties is evident.

    View the scorecard
Last Updated: February 28, 2019
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