The Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District recognizes the importance of salmon habitat recovery, in order to restore endangered and/or threatened salmon populations to a self-sustaining level.
Restore and enhance salmon habitat identified as threatened or endangered.
In This Section:
- Watershed Restoration Activities
The Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District is involved in several programs for the enhancement and restoration of salmon habitat within the tributaries of the Clearwater, Snake and Salmon Rivers. The District obtains funding from Bonneville Power Administration for projects within the Lapwai Creek watershed. While funding for efforts in the Cottonwood Creek, Catholic Creek, Pine Creek, Bedrock Creek and Jacks Creek watersheds is obtained from the Idaho Governor’s Office of Species Conservation.
- Nez Perce County Activities
The District works closely with Nez Perce County to identify projects that benefit salmonid habitat recovery.
- Salmonid Species of Concern
Learn about the salmonid species of concern in our region.
- Photo Gallery
View a photo gallery of Nez Perce Soil and Water Conservation District involvement in salmon habitat recovery.
- Links & Resources
Access other organizations providing information about salmon habitat recovery.
Thanks to the Five Counties Salmonid Conservation Program in Del Norte, Siskiyou, Humboldt, Trinity, and Mendocino, CA for allowing us to model our web page after theirs. Their willingness to share reduced our time and costs in developing this segment of our web page!