Snake River Salmon Recovery Sub-domain

The Snake River Salmon Recovery Sub-domain is one of three sub-domains comprising the Interior Columbia River Salmon Recovery Domain. It includes the Snake River from its confluence with the Columbia River upstream to Hells Canyon Dam, including watersheds such as the Salmon River and Clearwater River in Idaho, the Grande Ronde River in Oregon, and the Tucannon River in Washington. There are four listed salmon and steelhead species in this sub-domain: Snake River sockeye, Snake River spring/summer Chinook, Snake River fall Chinook, and Snake River steelhead. NOAA Fisheries West Coast Region manages recovery planning and implementation for this region through its Interior Columbia Basin Area Office.

For more information, please contact: Rosemary Furfey, Snake River Recovery Coordinator at Rosemary.Furfey@noaa.gov, or 503.231.2149.