Program: Restore the original streams that have been diverted for farming, remove restricting culverts that impede fish passage & install free-spanning bridges.

Design: Original streams were re-dug and surveyed to create the optimum slopes for salmon. Woody debris and large boulders were gathered from several other local sites and placed in the new streambed to create habitat, direct water, provide shelter, and enhance spawning opportunities. New and existing streams were replanted to their once pristine native wilderness habitats. Wildlife corridors were finally reconnected. Eroded culverts under driveways were removed and replaced with free-spanning steel bridges. Our fish counts are up and waterfowl are using the site year round. Many deer, rare bird species, and even an occasional bear has been spotted.