The Columbia Habitat Monitoring Program was designed to support standardized habitat monitoring data collection and analysis products for the Interior Columbia River Basin in the Pacific Northwest in support of assessing and priortizing habitat for salmonids listed in the Endangered Species Act.  This unique program leverages geospatial tools for generating high resolution topography for sites of interest and includes complex habitat models estimating habitat capacity for juvenile and spawner species of interest.

The full website supporting data collection and review is CHaMPMonitoring.org.

Information on the 2017 Training in Cove, OR is currently available:

2017 Training

2017 Workshop Agenda

Data Collection Workflow

Protocol and Methods

Model Products