Report on Plans and Priorities 2013-14
Analysis of Programs by Strategic Outcome
Sub-program 1.4.1 - Salmonid Enhancement Operations
Salmonid Enhancement Operations includes the production of Pacific salmon from enhancement facilities and restored habitat, and projects that enable citizen participation in fisheries and watershed stewardship activities. Enhancement facilities include hatcheries and spawning channels that produce fish to provide harvest opportunities for First Nations, commercial, and recreational fisheries and to support vulnerable stocks and Canada's stock assessment commitments under the International Pacific Salmon Treaty. The Program supports citizen participation in fisheries and watershed stewardship, habitat restoration, and enhancement projects involving the public and other government, corporate, and First Nation partners. Projects with community partners also include support for the development of integrated local and area watershed plans and stewardship activities. Salmonid Enhancement Operations also supports school education and public awareness projects.
Financial Resources ($ millions)
Human Resources (FTE)
|Vulnerable salmon stocks are supported||Minimum percentage of enhancement facility production groups in the Integrated Fisheries Management Plans where the objective of enhancement is conservation and rebuilding of vulnerable stocks||25% by March 31, 2014|
|First Nations, communities, and external parties participate in cooperative fisheries and watershed stewardship activities at the local level||Number of community stewards (First Nations, volunteers, students, etc.) participating in Salmonid Enhancement Operations supported stewardship activities||15,000 by March 31, 2014|
The Salmonid Enhancement Operations Sub-program is part of the Salmonid Enhancement Program.
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