Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy For Habitat Restoration And Acquisition Projects
Title: Monitoring and Evaluation Strategy For Habitat Restoration And Acquisition Projects
Category: Technical Report
Updated Date: 17.05.2017
Author(s)/Source(s): SRFB, Washington Salmon Recovery Funding Board
Publication Date: 2003-May-23
Focal Topic: Habitat Restoration, Monitoring Programs, Adaptive Management
Location: United States
The Salmon Recovery Funding Board (SRFB) was established in 1999 to fund salmon habitat restoration and protection projects and related activities. Starting in 2000, the SRFB established policies authorizing the types of projects eligible for funding and an evaluation process for selecting projects. The SRFB, in their Policies and Guidelines, identified implementation, effectiveness, and validation monitoring as key components of their adaptive management model.
This document is intended to address elements of Washington’s Comprehensive Monitoring Strategy (CMS), and it provides:
- Overall SRFB effectiveness and validation monitoring strategy;
- Prioritized monitoring by type and category;
- Estimated costs over the next ten years; and
- SRFB-NOAA Fisheries-OWEB-BPA agreed upon reporting metrics.
Habitat restoration, Monitoring, Evaluation Strategy, Design Criteria