Project Index

The Project Index

An index of habitat restoration and research projects led by the Wild Fish Conservancy
Research

Clayoquot Sound, B.C. Sea Lice Study

In 2009, Wild Fish Conservancy started a research program to help shed light on the Clayoquot salmon crisis. The reasons for salmon declines are undoubtedly complex. As a first step, WFC plans to determine if sea lice may be part of the problem.

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Habitat Restoration

Cherry Creek Floodplain Restoration

o address compromised habitat conditions in lower Cherry Creek Valley, in 2012 Wild Fish Conservancy consolidated three floodplain ditches into a single naturalized stream channel.

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Fish Passage

Maxwelton Tidegate Study

Collection and synthesis of fish-distribution data for evaluation of fish-passage effectiveness at a retrofitted tide gate at the mouth of Maxwelton Creek on Whidbey Island in Puget Sound.

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Fish Passage

Little Quilcene Assessment

WFC conducted a rapid watershed assessment, analyzed the current status of salmon stocks, and developed a comprehensive suite of restoration actions intended to quickly improve habitat conditions for native wild fish in the Little Quilcene River basin

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