The Oregon Coast Coho Conservation Plan was approved by the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission in 2007 as the State of Oregon’s conservation and management plan for the Oregon Coast Evolutionarily Significant Unit of coho salmon (OC Coho ESU). The plan provides a conservation framework for attaining a broad sense desired status at which Oregon Coast coho salmon will be sufficiently abundant, productive, and diverse to be self-sustaining, and provide significant environmental, cultural, and economic benefits. Broad sense goals are long-term ambitions (~50 years) expected to be attained after sustained conservation actions and investments in habitat protection and restoration.