Yakima Basin Helicopter Aquatic Restoration Project: To improve fish habitat complexity and stream function with very little impact upon the landscape, we used helicopters to return large wood to streams. Learn more . . .
Cle Elum Supplementation and Research Facility - Upper Yakima River Spring Chinook: In 1997, the Levi George Supplementation and Research Facility was opened to enhance spring Chinook returns, provide additional fishing opportunities and learn more about the performance of hatchery fish. Learn more . . .
Coho Reintroduction - Yakima Subbasin: Coho Reintroduction - Yakima Subbasin: To reestablish the extirpated coho population and fishery, the Yakama Nation initiated a reintroduction program in 1985. Learn more . . .
Teanaway Community Forest Aquatic Restoration: Conditions associated with past land use practices activities have been improved by the Yakama Nation as 9 miles of stream have been restored. Learn more . . .
South Fork Cowiche Creek Floodplain Restoration: Through our actions, degraded floodplain habitat was improved for fish of different life stages. Learn more . . .
Steelhead Kelt Reconditioning: To increase the natural productivity of steelhead populations as well as maintaining life histories, we recondition kelts. Learn more . . .
Yakima River Sockeye Reintroduction: Once extirpated, sockeye are now being reintroduced by the Yakama Nation to the upper Yakima River. Learn more . . .
Prosser Tribal Hatchery – Fall Chinook Reintroduction: To increase harvest levels, natural spawning abundance, and distribution of fall Chinook, the Tribe employs hatchery releases. Learn more . . .
Yakama Reservation Watershed Project - Toppenish Creek Restoration River 37: Degraded fish habitat in Toppenish Creek, resulting from past land use practices, has been improved by the Yakama Nation. Learn more . . .