A major component of the Chehalis Basin Strategy, the Aquatic Species Restoration Plan (ASRP) is being developed and implemented through a collaborative, sustained effort.
The initial phase of the ASRP was drafted in 2019 and provides guidance on early actions and immediate priorities for the first 10 years of its implementation. In 2021, the project implementation process was refined with detailed prioritization recommendations and project funding guidance.
For more information, please contact Celina.Abercrombie@dfw.wa.gov.
Download the 2019 ASRP
- Full 2019 Aquatic Species Restoration Plan (With Appendices)
- 2019 Aquatic Species Restoration Plan (Without Appendices)
- 2019 Aquatic Species Restoration Plan: Executive Summary Only
Ecological Region Overview Excerpts from the ASRP
- Willapa Hills Ecological Region
- Cascade Mountains Ecological Region
- Middle Chehalis River Ecological Region
- Central Lowlands Ecological Region
- Lower Chehalis River Ecological Region
- Black River Ecological Region
- Black Hills Ecological Region
- Olympic Mountains Ecological Region
- Chehalis River Tidal Ecological Region
- Grays Harbor Tributaries Ecological Region
2019 Aquatic Species Restoration Plan Appendices
ASRP by Region
The ASRP uses the concept of ecological regions to subdivide the Chehalis Basin into 10 regions based on distinct ecological characteristics and processes, so that strategies and actions can be specially designed to work with each region’s unique features and needs.