Roaring Crk Flow Restoration & Diversion Removal
#13-1337 #13-1337
 Entiat Sub-basin Lower Entiat Roaring Crk Flow Restoration & Diversion Removal
Organization Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board Lead Entity
Sponsor Trout Unlimited - Washington Water Project
Status Completed
Schedule Start Date: 12/4/2013 End Date: 11/1/2018
Category Category: Restoration
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DESCRIPTION
Roaring Creek has long been identified as being flow limited. Factors contributing to flow limitations in the lower portion of the creek include two irrigation diversions that remove a combined total of ~>1 cfs during the period April 1-October 30. Passage barriers are also created by the two instream diversions.  The Roaring Creek project replaced the two surface water diversions and leaking delivery system and served irrigators with new groundwater wells. The work by resulted in 1.5 cfs more instream flow in the lower 1.3 miles of Roaring Creek. The project benefits summer steelhead adult holding and spawning and juvenile rearing to smoltification. Spring Chinook juveniles will likely also benefit in the lower reaches of the stream. The project was made possible through funding from a variety of sources including a unique legacy donation from long-time Trout Unlimited member who wanted some of their estate to go toward a fisheries restoration project implemented by TU.  .
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FUNDING SOURCES
FUNDING ENTRIES FROM GRANT PROJECT AGREEMENT
TypeDateFunding OrgFunding ProgramMatchAmount
Requested08/13/2013Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO)Salmon State Projects$77,000.00
Requested08/13/2013Trout Unlimited-WA Water ProjMatch$177,000.00
Allocated02/03/2016Trout Unlimited-WA Water ProjMatch$77,000.00
Allocated02/03/2016Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO)Salmon Federal Projects$126,000.00
Spent10/31/2018Trout Unlimited-WA Water ProjMatch-$77,000.00
Spent10/31/2018Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO)Salmon Federal Projects-$126,000.00
Grant Project Agreement Totals Proposed Requested Allocated Spent Balance
$452,000.00 $254,000.00 $203,000.00 $203,000.00 $0.00
OTHER FUNDING (Funding that is NOT in a grant project agreement)
TypeDateFunding OrgFunding ProgramMatchAmount
Requested02/24/2022Washington State Conservation Commission$235,000.00
Requested02/24/2022Trout Unlimited Inc.$15,000.00
Requested02/24/2022Bonneville Environmental Foundation$70,000.00
Allocated07/30/2019Washington State Conservation Commission$235,000.00
Allocated07/30/2019Trout Unlimited Inc.$15,000.00
Allocated07/30/2019Bonneville Environmental Foundation$70,000.00
Spent07/30/2019Washington State Conservation Commission-$235,000.00
Spent07/30/2019Trout Unlimited Inc.-$15,000.00
Spent07/30/2019Bonneville Environmental Foundation-$70,000.00
Other Funding Totals Proposed Requested Allocated Spent Balance
$0.00 $320,000.00 $320,000.00 $320,000.00 $0.00
Grand Totals Proposed Requested Allocated Spent Balance
$452,000.00 $574,000.00 $523,000.00 $523,000.00 $0.00
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LOCATION
Chinook-Pop (ESU):Chinook-Upper Columbia River Spring, Entiat River, Endangered
Chinook2-Pop (ESU):Chinook-Upper Columbia River Summer/Fall, Not Warranted
County:Chelan
HUC12:Mills Creek-Entiat River (170200100209)
HUC12:Roaring Creek (170200100208)
HUC8:Upper Columbia-Entiat (17020010)
Lead Entity Area:Upper Columbia
Legislative District:12
Salmon Recovery Regions:Upper Columbia River
Sections:03
Sections:04
Steelhead-Pop (ESU):Steelhead-Upper Columbia River, Entiat River, Threatened
Township:T25NR20E
Upper Columbia Assesment Unit:Entiat River-Mills Creek
Upper Columbia Assesment Unit:Roaring Creek
Watershed Administrative Unit:Lower Entiat
WRIA:Entiat
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  APPLICATION FINAL 
RESTORATION METRICS
Miles of Stream and/or Shoreline Treated or Protected (C.0.b)
0.45mi2.00mi
Fish Passage Improvement    
*Miles Of Stream Made Accessible (SRFB) (C.2.b.1)
10.00mi5.30mi
*Number of blockages / impediments / barriers impeding passage (C.2.b.4)
2.002.00
Square Miles Of streambed made accessible (C.2.b.2)
1.00sq mi
 Fish passage blockages removed or altered (C.2.c.1)    
Number of Blockages/Impediments/Barriers Removed/Altered (C.2.c.2)
2.002.00
Instream Flow Project    
Change In Water Flow (C.3.c)
1.50cfs1.41cfs
Miles Of Stream 'Protected' For Adequate Flow (C.3.b)
1.30mi1.50mi
 Irrigation practice improvement (C.3.e.1)    
Acre Feet Of Water Conserved (C.3.e.2)
288.00acre-feet
Cfs (Cubic Feet Per Second) Of Water Conserved (C.3.e.3)
2.00cfs
 Maintaining adequate flow or reducing withdrawals (C.3.g.1)    
Cfs (Cubic Feet Per Second) of water conserved per year (C.3.g.2)
1.00cfs