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Wild Fish Conservancy Projects

Wild Fish Conservancy Projects

The Wild Fish Conservancy conducts research and monitoring projects in rivers, on lakes, and in near-shore marine habitats throughout the region. We develop and implement ecological process restoration initiatives to recover ecosystem functions, recreate habitat systems, and serve as models for similar efforts throughout the region.

Below is a small cross section of Wild Fish Conservancy projects being conducted throughout the Pacific Northwest.

Bear Creek Riparian Restoration Project

Cherry Creek Floodplain RestorationClayoquot Sampling

Clayoquot Sound, B.C. Sea Lice Study

Columbia River Fish Trap Project

Cypress Island Aquatic Reserve Pilot Nearshore Fish Use Assessment

Deer Lagoon Restoration AssessmentThomas Creek #2

Dosewallips & Duckabush ELJ Design

Ellsworth Creek Genetic Analysis (Coastal Cutthroat Trout)

Garrison Creek Watershed Restoration – Phases 1 and 2Spurgeon Image 1

Grays Harbor Juvenile Salmon/Fish Use Assessment

Heritage Native Trout Program

Hood Canal Nearshore Juvenile Fish Use Assessment

Hood Canal Nearshore Juvenile Fish Use Assessment-Pilot Study

Lower Chehalis River and Surge Plain Fish Use AssessmentWatertype Image #2

Lower Dosewallips Floodplain & Estuary Restoration

Lower Germany Creek Fish Assessment & Restoration

Mason County Water Type Assessment

Methow Water Quality Restoration Program – Phases 1 & 2 Upper Weiss G4

Multnomah County Fish Diversity and Distribution Study

Our Sound, Our Salmon Campaign

Skeena Watershed Historical Reconstruction

Snyder Cove Creek Fish Passage

Spurgeon Creek Restoration Design ProjectLower Dose 3

Thomas Creek Restoration

Twanoh State Park Beach Restoration

Upper Weiss Creek Fish Passage

West Sound Water Type Assessment

WRIA 07 King County Fish Passage Data Gap Evaluation (Phase I-2013)

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