The Siuslaw River once supported one of the largest runs of wild coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) along the Oregon coast. Over 150 years of resource use and development in the Siuslaw River watershed have contributed to a long and steady decline in the population. Climate change and an uncertain trend in watershed health now raise concern among managers that the Siuslaw population – like other populations on the Oregon coast – may not remain viable in the decades to come. This plan represents the culmination of a three-year collaboration among local stakeholders to identify and locate restoration projects that will enhance the health of the Siuslaw River and secure the long-term viability of its once-robust coho population.