Fish Passage Plan for Corps of Engineers Projects: 1999

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fish passage, Army Corps of Engineers, salmon, anadromous fish, fish protection, protection, Snake River

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Portland, OR


U.S. Army Corps of Engineers


None supplied. From overview: The Fish Passage Plan (FPP) is developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Corps) in coordination with the region's fish agencies, Indian tribes, Bonneville Power Administration (BPA), and other participants through the Corps' Fish Passage O&M Coordination Team (FPOM). The FPP describes year-round project operations necessary to protect and enhance salmon species listed under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) as well as other anadromous fish species. The FPP guides Corps actions in regard to providing fish protection and passage at the eight Corps mainstem Columbia and Snake River projects. Other Corps documents and agreements related to fish passage at these projects are consistent with the FPP.

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