A $70,000 SRFB grant was given to the Sno-King Watershed Council, partnering with the City of Kenmore and Adopt-A-Stream Foundation to initiate restoration of riparian forest habitat at the confluence of the Sammamish River and Swamp Creek. The long term goal of this effort is to restore the habitat-forming processes needed by Chinook salmon – both rearing juveniles and migrating adults.
There are a lot of watershed and salmon recovery groups in Puget Sound. Did you ever wonder what they all do, and how they inter-relate? Maybe only if you are already part of a group. This somewhat technical report from Puget Sound Partnership lays it all out. Follow the link below: