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Wildlife & Fish Habitat Project Examples: Pacific Northwest

A River Reborn: Restoring Salmon Habitat Along the Duwamish River, NOAA Fisheries

Just south of Seattle, the Boeing Company has created the largest habitat restoration project on the Lower Duwamish River. Boeing worked with NOAA and their partners under a Natural Resource Damage...

Boise River Flood District honored for brown trout conservation project

With the help of volunteers that marked 200 nests across 16 miles of the Boise River to the Boise River Flood district worked to avoid brown trout spawning beds during winter maintenance.

Floodplain redesign delivers downstream benefits for all

Southeast Washington project will restore fish habitat and reduce flood risk.

Green-Duwamish Cooperative Riparian Enhancement-Development of a Comprehensive Landscape

King County DNRP Noxious Weed Program manages riparian noxious weeds, including knotweed.

Olympia Oyster Restoration

The Puget Sound Restoration Fund is working to restore 100 acres of living native oyster habitat. This includes spreading oyster shells to provide a structure for larvae to use and producing and...

Restoring Hope, U.S. Forest Service

A collaborative effort to restore the Jackknife watershed in Idaho.

Restoring Riparian Buffers

Himalayan blackberry had taken over a 20,000-square-foot riverbank, turning it into a monoculture where no other plants could grow. EarthCorps removed all the blackberry, protected the slope from...

Restoring the Elwha

Get a closer look at the large-scale restoration efforts and science behind the largest dam removal in U.S. history, which began in 2011 on the Elwha River in Washington State and how  NOAA Fisheries...

SAGE Searchable Project Database

This database contains multiple coastal resilience projects around the nation, including Living Shorelines for shoreline stabilization, habitat restoration, and floodplain management. Each project...

Squaw Creek Culvert Fish Passage Improvement Project

This project replaced a perched corrugated metal pipe culvert with a bottomless arch culvert. It restored fish access to about four miles of spawning and rearing habitat.

Washington Urban Watershed Restoration Plan

EarthCorps – Friends of the Hylebos is working to make the Hylebos Watershed the healthiest urban watershed in Puget Sound. The Friends of the Hylebos has been working with the community to protect...

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