Salmon Plan

This document is intended to be dynamic, designed to change with new knowledge and changing conditions in a manner that will promote understanding and cooperation among all parties involved. All identified fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and birds in the County are addressed, including issues on both private and public lands. The document should not be interpreted as a regulatory instrument, law, or inflexible policy. Some of the proposals and actions in this document are based on recognized current scientific information and understanding. Other proposals are derived from the observations and experience of local land managers. As new information becomes available from research or monitoring activities, proposals and actions will be modified annually to reflect the new knowledge. Efficient use of limited resources is needed for the benefit of society and the environment.

August 1993
Revised September 1999
UPDATED: September 2002


COMPLETE Wallowa County Nez Perce Tribe Salmon Habitat Recovery Plan and Multi-Species Strategy (7MB)

Wallowa County Nez Perce Tribe Salmon Habitat Recovery Plan and Multi-Species Strategy (in sections)

Introduction and Preface

Stream Analysis by Stream and Reach

Watershed Management - Approaches to Implementing Solutions

Outline for Implemenation

Appendixes A-M

Appendix N,O, P (Multi-Species Strategy)


Case Study: a community's response to ESA Listings

Article 36 of the Wallowa County Land Use Plan

For more information about the Wallowa County Nez Perce Tribe Salmon Habitat Recovery Plan and Multi-Species Strategy contact the Wallowa County Board of Commissioners: 101 S River Street, Enterprise, OR 97828 or Call 541-426-4543 ext 11.

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