The Integrated Fisheries Restoration and Monitoring Plan (IFRMP) prioritization results are the product of the coordinated efforts of a vast team committed to improving fishery restoration practices in the Klamath Basin. Additional input from interested participants during finalization of the Plan in Phase 5 will help make this Plan better. To date, the data, advice and tools developed for the IFRMP would not have been possible without the invaluable contributions of the more than one hundred. Federal Coordination Group and Sub-basin Working Group members who collectively over the course of Phase 2 (2017-2018), Phase 3 (2019-2020) and Phase 4 (2020-2021) committed many hundreds of person hours of time to the development and review of this Plan (see tables below). The IFRMP Sub-basin and Disciplinary Working Groups are comprised of habitat (including water quality) and fish professionals with regional and local expertise. Contributions included provision of data, professional judgement, opinions, critiques and other input to inform development of a well-integrated basin-wide Plan for the Klamath. Pathways for input included one-on-one interviews, group webinars and workshops, survey responses and review and critique of intermediary draft products. We are sincerely grateful for the participant’s time and expertise and commend all who contributed for their patience and dedication.
The tables below provide a breakdown of how people were organized regionally and by subject area to collaboratively develop and review the IFRMP.