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Bethel Work Group Priorities

Field Office:  Bethel

Question

EQIP Criteria

LWG Priority

1

This project has a benefit to the highest priority locally identified wildlife species.

Moose (declining winter habitat and population)

2

This project has a benefit to a secondary priority locally identified wildlife species.

Tundra Swans (subsistence, eggs and meat, and declining population); Emperor Geese (declining populations)

3

EQIP plan addresses natural resource concerns identified as high priority by the Local Work Group.

ATV induced trail erosion, moose habitat restoration and protection. Declining animal habitat, water quality-surface and ground, air quality-wild fire and CO2 sequestration.

4

EQIP plan addresses natural resource concerns identified as secondary priority by the Local Work Group.

Waterfowl habitat protection. Forestland productivity and health. Fish passage.

5

EQIP plan includes practices that are identified as high priority by the Local Work Group.

Recreation trail and walkway.

6

EQIP plan includes practices that are identified as secondary priority by the Local Work Group.

Stream-bank stabilization. Pest management, nutrient management, irrigation water management. Fuel Break. Obstruction removal.

7

This project addresses locally identified noxious or invasive species of concern.

Hempnettle sp., Beaver (creating possible fish passage problems)

8

This project addresses one or more locally identified priority subsistence species.

Salmon (subsistence); Whitefish (subsistence, source of meat during the winter); Blackfish (subsistence); Tomcod (subsistence); Needlefish (subsistence); White-fronted Geese (subsistence, eggs and meat); Canada Geese (subsistence, eggs and meat); Salmonberries (subsistence).