Central California Coast Coho Salmon Recovery Plan

Working with its partners, NOAA Fisheries published a recovery plan for Central California Coast coho salmon in September 2012. The plan is based on the biological needs of the fish and provides the foundation for restoring the populations to healthy levels. The documents are available below and a list of  all Central California Coast coho salmon recovery actions are available here.

Central California Coast Coho Salmon Recovery Plan

Focus Populations

Albion pdf format 4795kb & Aptos pdf format 12813kb

Big River pdf format 5176kb & Big Salmon Creek pdf format 6646kb

Caspar Creek pdf format 5434kb & Cottaneva Creek pdf format 4839kb

Garcia River, Gazos Creek pdf format 10040kb & Gualala River pdf format 10633kb

Lagunitas Creek pdf format 9577kb

Navarro River pdf format 6528kb & Noyo River pdf format 5567kb

Pescadero Creek pdf format 12765kb, Pine Gulch Creek pdf format 5243kb, & Pudding Creek pdf format 5763kb

Redwood Creek pdf format 7576kb & Russian River pdf format 13795kb

Salmon Creek pdf format 9625kb, San Gregorio Creek pdf format 14376kb, San Lorenzo River pdf format 17755kb, San Vicente Creek pdf format 5966kb, Scott(s) Creek pdf format 8828kb, & Soquel Creek pdf format 13334kb

Ten Mile River pdf format 8315kb

Usal Creek pdf format 7288kb

Waddell Creek pdf format 5044kb, Wages Creek pdf format 5623kb, & Walker Creek pdf format 8842kb

Supplemental Populations

Alder Creek pdf format

Brush Creek pdf format

DeHaven Creek pdf format

Elk Creek pdf format

Greenwood Creek pdf format

Hare Creek pdf format

Juan Creek pdf format & Jug Handle Creek pdf format

Laguna Creek pdf format & Little River pdf format

Russian Gulch pdf format