In November 2003, the State of Oregon and NOAA Fisheries began a collaborative project to address the conservation of coho in the Oregon Coast Coho ESU. The primary objectives of the project are to:
- Assess Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds efforts to conserve and rebuild coastal coho populations.
- Use the assessment to inform NOAA Fisheries' status review listing determination.
- Use the assessment as a basis to seek legal assurances for local participants.
- Use the assessment as a foundation for developing a recovery plan for coho.
The web pages within this site provide links to the to the reports and many of the datasets generated for this project.
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