Yakima Basin Integrated Plan

The Yakima Basin Integrated Plan (YBIP) is a collaboration of state, federal, tribal, business, and community organizations committed to addressing water, fishery, habitat and climate variability challenges to ensure a robust Yakima River Basin within its built and natural systems.

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Featured Project

Cle Elum Fish Passage

Built in 1933 without fish passage, Cle Elum dam is now being retrofitted with a downstream fish passage facility  consisting of a multi-level inlet ramp with gated openings that will operate at various reservoir levels. It will feed into a corkscrew ramp structure designed to maximize fish survival as they travel to the downstream side of the dam.

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Upcoming Meetings

Our Workgroup meets quarterly to receive updates on Yakima Basin Integrated Plan actions and activities, offer input, and share perspectives. The public is encouraged to attend meetings and participate by providing comments. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, these meetings have shifted from in-person to being held on a virtual platform. For more information on how to attend visit our Resources page.

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Upcoming YRBWEP Workgroup Meetings

March 10th, 2021, 9:30am Р12:30pm 

 

YBIP in the News

Little Naches restoration project fully funded, moving forward

Yakima Herald-Republic,

Nelson Dam removal project set to start in 2021

Yakima Herald-Republic,

Community forests: Group aims to preserve 27,000 acres in Central Cascades

The Spokesman-Review,