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199204000 - Redfish Lake Sockeye Salmon Captive Broodstock Rearing and Research

Sponsor: National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA)

Budgets: FY07: $824,994 | FY08: $857,994 | FY09: $892,312

Short description: This ongoing project provides a safety net captive broodstock program preventing the extinction of Redfish Lake sockeye salmon. It also produces prespawning adults and eyed eggs for use in Idaho's recovery efforts for this ESA-listed endangered species.

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Final Council recommendation (Nov 2006)

Funding category: Expense

Recommended budgets: FY07: $824,994 | FY08: $824,994 | FY09: $824,994

Comment:

ISRP final recommendation: Not fundable

Comment:

See the ISRP comments under proposal 199107200.

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State/province recommendation: Fundable, but at a reduced level

Review group: Snake

Recommended budgets: FY07: $824,994 | FY08: $824,994 | FY09: $824,994

Comment: 199204000: Referenced as currently implementing BiOp UPA and RPA in June 1, 2006 Delwiche (BPA) letter to Whiting (NPCC). At the 14 June 2006 NPCC meeting Idaho Governor called for expanded Redfish restoration activities and council voted to continue support of ongoing Snake River Sockeye Program. The requested FY 07 budget is 15.8% lower than FY 06 budget due to infrastructure investments made in prior Fiscal Years. (comment rcvd 6/21/06