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Past Ecological Process Restoration Projects

Project summaries, reports, and other materials dated before February 2007 may reflect that from 1989 until February 2007, Wild Fish Conservancy operated under the name Washington Trout.

Schoolhouse Creek Restoration

(2001) A project to re-establish natural processes, restore historical fish-passage, enhance, and protect 23.6 acres of  a spring-fed wetland complex on Schoolhouse Creek, a tributary to the Washougal River in Southwest Washington. Schoolhouse Creek Restoration Summary

North Fork Stillaguamish River Engineered Log Jams

(1999 - 2000) Eight ELJs installed in the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River,  intended to recover pool forming, sediment trapping, and other hydraulic and ecological functions to provide fish-holding habitat in proximity to existing but underutilized spawning habitat.  NF Stillaguamish ELJ Summary

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