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This project will protect shorleine parcels through acquisition within the Pt. Heyer drift cell to assist in the recovery of salmonids and other important fish resources. This drift system is among the most intact drift cells in the WRIA 9 Marine Nearshore Sub-basin. It measures 2.2 miles in length and is characterized by minimal modifications and an eroding bluff backed beach. Bluffs account for over 50% of this shorelines. The backshore contains dense, mature native riparian vegetation....
Organization: Green/Duwamish Watershed - WRIA 9 (LE)
Category: Acquisition Projects
StatusActive Updated: 1/12/2012
Projects from Suquamish at Agate Pass Bridge to Point no Point, including Miller Bay and all streams that empty here.
Organization: West Sound Watersheds Council (LE)
StatusActive Updated: 4/11/2011
The feasibility of a restoration project to reconnect the Point No Point wetland and restore the salt marsh will be evaluated and a conceptual design will be identified.
Organization: West Sound Watersheds Council (LE)
Category: Non-Capital Projects
StatusProposed Updated: 4/5/2017
WA Department of Fish and Wildlife proposes to assess the feasibility of restoring tidal influence and fish access to a 27 acre wetland complex at Point No Point on the northeastern shoreline of Kitsap Peninsula in Hansville. Formerly a salt marsh with open water connection to Puget Sound, the marsh was cut off from tidal influence in the late 1800's by filling and later by installation of a tide gate with an outlet to the east. The former salt marsh complex is currently a freshwater system...
Organization: West Sound Watersheds Council (LE)
Category: Restoration Projects
StatusDormant Updated: 3/1/2016
This 14 acre parcel on northeast Whidbey includes 2,440 feet of high bluff waterfront with mature forest. This property is only accessible via water and provides important shoreline habitat for raptors and other birds. It is protected under a 30-year lease to Island County.
Organization: WRIA 6 - Island County (LE)
Category: Acquisition Projects
StatusCompleted Updated: 3/28/2013
This project enables shoreline protection data analysis, planning, implementation and conservation easement efforts. Protection is central to WRIA 6’s salmon recovery strategy. The project includes coordination of data analysis for shoreline prioritization of lands, and creation of implementation plans. Implementation actions include updated stewardship plans, increased participation via Backyard Conservation and Shore Stewards programs on private lands and creation of landowners willing to...
Organization: WRIA 6 - Island County (LE)
Category: Non-Capital Projects
StatusCompleted Updated: 2/28/2011
This development project is sited within the Southeastern area of Deception Pass State Park on Whidbey Island. Cornet Bay and Hoypus point provide access to water related activities as well as provide upland opportunities and connections to the vast network of trails on Hoypus Hill. Since the magnitude of the final concept plan encompasses infrastructure, and administration, as well as marine and upland recreation, the overall redevelopment of this area will be realized over multiple phases...
Organization: WRIA 6 - Island County (LE)
Category: Non-Capital Projects
StatusCompleted Updated: 12/21/2012
The Barnum Point Project is a partnership between The Nature Conservancy, Island County, and Whidbey Camano Land Trust to purchase and permanently protect Barnum Point—123 acres of important feeder bluffs, tidelands and marine riparian habitat including 4,780 feet of natural shoreline. Building on more than a decade of conservation efforts by multiple partners in Port Susan Bay, acquisition of Barnum Point will directly benefit more than 7,100 acres already in conservation ownership by...
Organization: WRIA 6 - Island County (LE)
Category: Acquisition Projects
StatusCompleted Updated: 8/25/2016
Watersheds and coastal drainage areas including the coastal drainage on the northwest side of Double Bluff to the south and extending to the coastal drainage that includes Bush Point on the north
Organization: WRIA 6 - Island County (LE)
StatusActive Updated: 4/2/2008
This project would improve the stream mouth of an unnamed creek (#0391) that enters Puget Sound through Dash Point State Park in Federal Way. The creek banks are armored from the mouth up to the road bridge, 200 feet upstream. The project would remove the armoring on both banks up to either the foot bridge (100 feet upstream from the mouth) or all the way to the road bridge (200 feet upstream). Between the footbridge and the road bridge there is a building approximately 50 feet from the...
Organization: Green/Duwamish Watershed - WRIA 9 (LE)
Category: Restoration Projects
StatusConceptual Updated: 12/8/2011
Organization: Thurston Conservation District (LE)
Category: Restoration Projects
StatusConceptual Updated: 11/4/2012
This action will restore habitat-forming processes within a 2,100 ft channel segment owned and managed by Kitsap County (Erlands Point Park). Project components include removal of existing floodplain constraints (levee, metal debris rack), riparian forest restoration, and instream habitat enhancements. Wood placements should be incorporated to create stable hard points to establish an anabranching corridor characteristic of low gradient forested alluvial channels. Barnard (2009) prepared a...
Organization: West Sound Watersheds Council (LE)
Category: Restoration Projects
StatusConceptual Updated: 4/15/2015
The action will replace Erlands Point Road bridge with a wider span and reduce floodplain constriction. Fill material composing the existing road embankment would be removed. The property immediately upstream includes residential development on artificial fill that encroaches into the stream corridor and impairs natural processes. The bridge project should be coordinated as part of a more comprehensive project that includes channel and floodplain constraints created by residential development...
Organization: West Sound Watersheds Council (LE)
Category: Restoration Projects
StatusConceptual Updated: 4/15/2015
Norwegian Point Park contains 4.48 acres of upland and salt influenced wetland, 540 feet of sandy no-bank waterfront on the puget sound and 3 acres of sandy beaches adjacent to class 2 tideslands, leased to Kitsap County by the department of Natural Resources. The property also contains nearly 1000 feet of Finn Creek, which flows through a roadside ditch at the western edge of the Park and through a tide gate. While decades of alteration have left the habitats severely degraded, the water...
Organization: West Sound Watersheds Council (LE)
Category: Restoration Projects
StatusDormant Updated: 4/25/2016
This action will remove artificial constraints to channel migration and reconnect floodplain areas. Property in the stream corridor should be dedicated for maintenance of habitat-forming processes by working with willing landowners and negotiation of conservation easement and/or land acquisition. Fill materials to be removed include the levee on the Kitsap Golf & Country Club property and the infrastructure associated with the housing development along Shadden Lane NW. Instream habitat...
Organization: West Sound Watersheds Council (LE)
Category: Restoration Projects
StatusConceptual Updated: 4/15/2015
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