Lead Entity Committee

Lead Entity

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Composition

The Snake River Board is the Lead Entity and the “Lead Entity Committee”
is a subcommittee of  the Snake River Salmon Recovery Board.

Roles

Maintain a Lead Entity organization and have a coordinator.

Administer a Lead Entity Committee of representative interests.

Solicit project applications.

Create a habitat project list (annually) and maintain habitat work schedule (3yr).

Funding

The Lead Entity Program is funded by the Pacific Coast Salmon Recovery Fund (PCSRF)
and Recreation Conservation Office (RCO) State General Fund.

 

 

Co-Leads

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Composition

Conservation Districts from the four counties (Walla Walla, Garfield, Asotin and Columbia).

Roles

Maintain a Lead Entity Committee.

Work with project sponsors to develop applications.

Work with Lead Entity/SRSRB to develop annual and 3-year habitat work plan.

Participate in planning and implementation meetings (PU, SRSRB, etc.).

Funding

The Lead Entity/SRSRB provides annual contracts to the four conservation districts to serve the roles listed above.

 

 

Lead Entity Committee

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Composition

Managed by Lead Entity through the use of “co-leads” (conservation district from each county).

Two citizens from each of the four counties.

One technical member from the CTUIR, WDFW, WDOE and USFS (NRCS, NPT pending).

Roles

Develop by-laws

Develop project score cards

Review project proposals and interact with project sponsors

Rank projects for consideration by Lead Entity/SRSRB.

Funding

These are volunteer positions.

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