Status and Trends - Habitat
 
sEntiat Subbasin bar Past forest management practices and recreational, agricultural, municipal, and residential development have led to the decline of habitat quality/quantity. Impairments include reduced habitat complexity, connectivity, water quantity/quality, and riparian function. Upland management activities and the construction of flood control dikes have led to upland erosion and reduced channel/instream complexity, respectively. We are currently implementing projects that help address many of these limiting factors.

 

 


(2008-2018)

 

Entiat Subbasin habitat infographics

 

 

Habitat Accomplishments

 

Since 2008, we have completed the following work to restore habitat for salmon and steelhead in the Entiat Subbasin.* 

Fish Passage
  • 1 fish passage barrier removed
  • 1 mile of habitat now accessible
Instream Habitat
  • 28 log/rootwad structures installed
  • 118 individual logs installed
  • 300 boulder structures installed
  • 6 pools installed
  • 4.67miles of stream improved
Riparian Habitat
  • 3.3 miles improved
Upland Habitat
  • 1.5 acres treated/improved
Outreach
  • 16,100 people contacted (regional)

 

*Metrics reported to cbfish.org from 1/1/2008-12/31/2018.

Habitat Actions Map

 
Click on any of the icons located on the map to learn more about our actions that improved and restored fish habitat, at that location, in the subbasin.