Sekiu and Clallam Bay Property Acquisitions
Regional Priority Approach
CHIN7.1: Protect and/or restore critical habitat for salmon populations.
North Olympic Land Trust
Puget Sound Partnership
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Makah Tribe, North Olympic Peninsula Lead Entity
Michele Canale (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2019 - 2022
CHIN7: Continue to restore degraded fish habitat, via projects in Lead Entities' four-year work plans CHIN7.1: Protect and/or restore critical habitat for salmon populations.
There are a number of current opportunities in the Sekiu and Clallam Bay vicinity, many of which are high priorities in the Western Strait of Juan de Fuca Salmonid Habitat Conservation Plan. Negotiations with landowners and partner organizations has already begun, so success is likely. Priorities #33 and 58 are proposed as a conservation easement. Other acquisitions would likely be fee-simple. The following acquisitions in the Clallam Bay vicinity are priorities in the Western Strait of Juan de Fuca Salmonid Habitat Conservation Plan - priorities #3, #26, #28, #33, #35, #41, #58, and #61. We currently have partial funding for priority #3 through PSAR (18-1293).
Accomplishments to be provided upon completion of Near Term Action
- Enabling Conditions - Protection
No expenditures provided
Near Term Action Fact Sheet Data as of 09/17/2019