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Holcomb-Naselle Line Rebuild 2019

Project Manager and Technical Lead

For more information: https://www.bpa.gov/efw/Analysis/NEPADocuments/nepa/Holcomb-Naselle%20Transmission%20Line%20Rebuild/Holcomb-Naselle_EA_3A_DEA_Public_Letter.pdf

    Comment Period Ends  9/20/2019

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Longley Meadows Fish Habitat Enhancement Project Draft Environmental Assessment

The Bonneville Power Administration (BPA) and the U.S. Forest Service are currently requesting public comments on the Draft Environmental Assessment. Please send your comments by September 20, 2019, so they may be considered in the Final Environmental Assessment. PROJECT DESCRIPTION: BPA) and the U.S. Forest Service, Wallowa-Whitman National Forest (Forest Service) proposes to restore aquatic habitat on a 1.4-mile stretch of the Grande Ronde River to benefit Endangered Species Act-listed spring Chinook salmon, summer steelhead and bull trout. Approximately 1.0 mile of the project would be implemented on National Forest System Lands, 0.4 miles on State and private lands. This is the second phase of restoration work in a reach of the Grande Ronde River which was disconnected from its floodplain when the Grande Ronde River Road (Highway 244) and the railroad grade were constructed. BPA is considering whether to fund the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation to implement this proposal and the Forest Service is deciding whether to issue a special use permit. Specific proposed actions include: 1. Excavation of new channel meander bends to improve aquatic and riparian habitat diversity and complexity, and increase channel-floodplain interactions. 2. Creation of secondary channels to increase the available area of juvenile salmon rearing habitat. 3. Placement of wood structures to increase habitat complexity. 4. Vegetation planting and seeding to improve streambank stability and provide protective cover for juvenile salmonids.

For more information: https://www.bpa.gov/efw/Analysis/NEPADocuments/Pages/Longley-Meadows-Fish-Habitat.aspx

    Comment Period Ends  9/20/2019

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