The collaborative group known as the Warner Basin Aquatic Habitat Partnership (WBAHP) has recently been awarded funding through the Oregon Watershed Enhancement Board (OWEB) for a Focused Investment Project. This award will assist the partnership in fulfilling actions outlined in the group's strategic action plan for future recovery of the Warner sucker fish species and restoration of the Warner Lakes Redband Trout populations.
Lake County Umbrella Watershed Council, Lakeview Soil and Water Conservation District, Bureau of Land Management, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service, and River Design Group.
A Focused Investment Project funds the WBAHP for the next six years (beginning in 2020) to design and implement 10 fish passage and irrigation improvement projects in the Warner Basin. These projects will benefit native fish species and irrigation districts.