Upcoming EventsFeb5Wed2020Feb19Wed20204:00 pm Steering Committee MeetingSteering Committee MeetingFeb 19 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pmAs of January 2019 – New Location Public Service Building, Room 140 The Steering Committee consists of the officers and several stakeholders who meet monthly to help guide the Council. Each month a roving stakeholder joins the committee meeting.Mar4Wed2020Mar18Wed20204:00 pm Steering Committee MeetingSteering Committee MeetingMar 18 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pmAs of January 2019 – New Location Public Service Building, Room 140 The Steering Committee consists of the officers and several stakeholders who meet monthly to help guide the Council. Each month a roving stakeholder joins the committee meeting.
Two culverts and road fill were removed to allow fish passage to upstream habitat. In addition 208 logs were placed in the streams by helicopter to produce additional fish habitat. Native plants were planted on both sides of the stream and on a upland site following the in steam work. Continue reading
This project along Gales Creek decommissioned a farm road, added large woody debris to improve fish habitat, planted native plants in the newly created riparian and flood plain areas. It also created several depressions for amphibians along the stream corridor. Continue reading
This project replaced two undersized culverts with a concrete slab bridge on Bateman Creek in the Gales Creek watershed. As a result, the fish can now migrate up into Bateman Creek. Continue reading
This project increased native plant species composition to provide better wildlife habitat and provided improved wetland connection to an adjacent woodland area in the Christensen Creek sub-basin. Continue reading
OWEB Small Grant Elmwood Neighborhood Restoration Project December 2010 to December 2011 Improved Riparian Process and Function This neighborhood project improved riparian and upland areas along a tributary of Ash Creek in Metzger. Contract crews re-moved invasive plants and … Continue reading
One hundred logs were placed in the stream in groups of 3 to 8 to produce in-stream habitat for native winter steel-head and cutthroat trout and non-native Coho salmon. Continue reading