DOCUMENTS & LINKS
Chehalis Basin Documents
WRIA 22-23 RMI - List of river miles for streams within the Chehalis Basin and Nearby Drainages
WRIA 22-23 Limiting Factors Analysis for Salmon and Steelhead Habitat (LFA) (May 2001)
Chehalis River Basin Land Trust Land conservation, protection and restoration
Watershed Management Plan (WMP), Appendices, and Supplemental documents
Phase IV: Detailed Implementation Plan (DIP)
Chehalis Ecosystem Diagnostic Treatment (EDT)
SalmonScape This site has a lot of useful information, including maps of reaches of streams where salmon and steelhead are found, barriers and fishways, and a link for each stream to SaSI, it's easy and intuitive to use.
Habitat Work Schedule This public database provides a centralized location to review lead entity salmon recovery habitat restoration projects and conceptual projects.
Stream Catalog Chehalis Basin WRIA 22 & 23 historic conditions and runs
Basin-Wide Culvert Assessments
- Centralia Chehalis / map
- Independence & Garrard Creek / map
- Lincoln & Scammon Creek / map
- Middle Chehalis / map
- Newaukum / map
- Skookumchuck / map
- South Fork Chehalis / map
- Stearns Creek map
- Upper Chehalis / map
- Wilson Creek
- Wilson Creek (private culvert)
- WRIA 22
The Family Forest Fish Passage Program (FFFPP) is a cost-share program that helps small forest landowners correct fish passage barriers on their forestlands. The program provides 75-100 percent of the cost of correcting a barrier; it also provides technical assistance.
The Washington Natural Heritage Program (WNHP) manages site-specific and species/ecosystem-specific information on priority species and ecosystems; those that are rare or have very limited distribution.
Elk River Natural Resources Conservation Area (NRCA)
Chehalis River Surge Plain Natural Area Preserve (NAP)
The Aquatics Restoration Program can offer various levels of support to lead entities working on restoration projects that take place on or adjacent to state owned aquatic lands (SOAL). These projects aim to restore, enhance, create or protect favorable biological and ecological conditions of freshwater, saltwater and estuarine aquatic systems.