Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program
FIA Project 6201012

    Nimpkish River enhancing environmental values program: routine effectiveness evaluation - 2003 instream works
Project lead: Canadian Forest Products Ltd.
Contributing Authors: ALBY Systems Ltd.; Northwest Hydraulic Consultants Ltd.
Imprint: Alert Bay, BC : ALBY Systems Ltd., 2004
Subject: Forest Investment Account (FIA), Watershed Management, British Columbia, Routine Effectiveness Evaluation
Series: Forest Investment Account (FIA) - Land Base Investment Program
The instream portion of the Nimpkish Enhancing Environmental Values Program (EEVP), formerly the Watershed Restoration Program (WRP), began in the summer of 1995 with Overview and Level 1 assessments of the Kilpala, Lukwa, Davie and Yookwa sub-basins of the Nimpkish River. Level 2 prescriptions followed the Level 1 assessments and in 1997 construction of instream structures began in the Kilpala, Lukwa and Davie River sub-basins. Since 1997 construction has proceeded in fourteen sub-basins within the Nimpkish Watershed, funded by Forest Renewal B.C. (1995 -2001), and more recently (since 2002), the Forest Investment Account (FIA). To date, seven hundred and eighty-five individual structures have been built at fifty-two sites. The reference section of this report provides a complete listing of the technical documents produced for the instream portion of the Nimpkish River EEV Program since 1995. This report presents the results of the February/March 2004 Routine Effectiveness Evaluation (REE) of seventeen sites that were scheduled for monitoring (Table 1-A).


Routine Effectiveness Evaluation (17.7Mb)

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