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Project NbrFocusDescriptionCountyBasinUseFundingSupply or DemandSeasonality (Original)Seasonality (Interpreted)Implementation Status (Original)Implementation Status (Interpreted)Implementation BarriersEst. Future Savings (Original)Est Annual SavingsEst Lifetime SavingsEst Future Costs (Original)Est Total Project CostEst Cost per MG
1Minimizing Low Flow WithdrawalsWithdraw water from Columbia & Umatilla Rivers for storage in groundwater aquifers.UMAT7AgricultureCapitalSupply SideWhen river flows are available at levels, or properly mitigated, to avoid impacts to listed species.Peak SeasonAs funding becomes available.Not ImplementedFunding; Current rules for allowing Columbia River withdrawals.Approximately 80,000 acre-feet to recharge shallow and deep basalt aquifers.26,068Insufficient DataNo Data ProvidedNo Data ProvidedNo Data Provided
2Hardware Action - LeaksLine approximately 15 miles of an irrigation district canalDESC5AgricultureCapitalSupply SideIrrigation seasonPeak Season2009-2012Not ImplementedFunding22,000 acre-feet per year7,169Insufficient Data$15 million$15,000,000Insufficient Data
3Minimizing Low Flow Withdrawals18,000 af impounded for multiple beneficial uses including hydropowerBAKE9AgricultureCapitalSupply Sidestored fall, winter, spring; safe release summerPeak Season7 years until constructionNot ImplementedFunding, ESA-bull trout.18,000 af per year5,865Insufficient Data$40,000,000$40,000,000Insufficient Data
4Minimizing Low Flow WithdrawalsImplement USACE/CTUIR Feasibility Study Project of a new Pine Creek Reservoir or a Columbia River ExchangeUMAT7AgricultureCapitalSupply Sidewater stored in Pine Creek reservoir or Lake Wallula in winter and springPeak Seasonselect preferred alternative, NEPA reviews, secure funding, construction likely in 2014Not ImplementedCost benefit evaluation, ongoing O&M costs, potential that NEPA identifies insurmountable problems.50-100 cfs to remain in river5,839Insufficient Data$10,000,000 - $500,000,000$255,000,000Insufficient Data
5Minimizing Low Flow Withdrawals16,650 af impoundment instream N. Powder River - multiple beneficial uses including hydropowerBAKE9AgricultureCapitalSupply Sidestored fall, winter, spring; safe release summerPeak Season7 years until constructionNot ImplementedFunding, possibly ESA, possibly land acquisition.16,650 af per year5,425Insufficient Data$40 - $65 million$52,500,000Insufficient Data
6Hardware Action - LeaksPipe approximately 6.5 miles of open canalDESC5AgricultureCapitalSupply SideIrrigation SeasonPeak Season2012-2015Not ImplementedFunding15,000 acre-feet per year4,888Insufficient Data$20 million$20,000,000Insufficient Data
7Hardware Action - LeaksPipe 4.5 miles of large canalHOOD4AgricultureCapitalSupply SideyearlyPeak SeasonUncertainUnknownFunding11,000 acre feet per year3,584Insufficient Data$12.5 million$12,500,000Insufficient Data
8Hardware Action - LeaksPipe approximately 2.25 miles of open canalDESC5AgricultureCapitalSupply SideIrrigation seasonPeak Season2009-2012Not ImplementedFunding6,500 acre-feet per year2,118Insufficient Data$4 million$4,000,000Insufficient Data
9Hardware Action - LeaksPipe approximately 2.25 miles of open canalDESC5AgricultureCapitalSupply SideIrrigation SeasonPeak Season2011-2014Not ImplementedFunding6,500 acre-feet per year2,118Insufficient Data$4 million$4,000,000Insufficient Data
10Minimizing Low Flow Withdrawals4,900 af off-stream impoundment of Muddy Ck for multiple beneficial useBAKE9AgricultureCapitalSupply Sidestored fall, winter, spring; safe release summerPeak Season10 yearsNot ImplementedFunding4,900 af per year1,597Insufficient Data$500,000$500,000Insufficient Data
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