Projects

Project name Location Objective
Ft Columbia Tidal Reconnection Fort Columbia State Park, Chinook WA

Reconnect 96 acre wetland to full tidal influence through the installation of a new 12 feet by 12 feet culvert through hwy 101.

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Fee- Simon Wetland Enhancement Wildlife Center of the North Coast, Olney OR (Klaskanine River)

Restore 50+ acre of emergent and forested estuarine wetland through breaching and lowering of levees and restoration of tidal channels.  Project involves creation of a cross levee to protect adjacent property from flooding.

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Otter Point Estuarine Restoration Lewis and Clark National Historic Park, Astoria OR

Construct new set back levee and breach outer levee to restore estuarine processes to 33.5 acre wetland.

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Dibblee Point Wetland Restoration Dibblee Point, Rainier OR

Enhance 25+ acre wetland through creation of tidal channel and installation of a culvert through an access road to restore tidal circulation to Dibblee Point and an existing created pond.

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Gnat Creek Wetland Enhancement Gnat Creek Watershed, Brownsmead OR

Enhance 20+ acre estuarine wetland through breaching and lowering of levees and removal of an earthen dam restoring 1 ½ mile of stream channel.

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Karlson Island Wetland Enhancement U.S. Fish and Wildlife Lewis and Clark Wildlife Refuge, Knappa OR

Enhance 320 acre estuarine wetland through breaching and lowering of levees, treatment of invasive plant species, and re-vegetation.

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North Unit Sauvie Island Wetland Enhancement Oregon Department of Fish Wildlife Management Area, Sauvie Island OR

Enhance 200+ acre estuarine wetlands through alteration or removal of water control structures and other fill material.  Construction will be phased over several construction seasons.

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South Tongue Point Wetland Restoration South Tongue Point, Astoria OR

Restore 12 acres of estuarine wetland through removal of a tidegate and installation of a 10 feet diameter fish passable culvert through a city street.

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Colewort Creek Wetland Enhancement Lewis and Clark National Historic Park, Astoria OR

Enhance 40 acre estuarine wetland through marshplain lowering, creation of approximately 1 mile of new tidal channels, and extensive planting of beneficial native vegetation.

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Restore 12 acres of estuarine wetland through removal of a tidegate and installation of a 10 feet diameter fish passable culvert through a city street.

Enhance 200+ acre estuarine wetlands through alteration or removal of water control structures and other fill material.  Construction will be phased over several construction seasons.

Restore 50+ acre of emergent and forested estuarine wetland through breaching and lowering of levees and restoration of tidal channels.  Project involves creation of a cross levee to protect adjacent property from flooding.

Enhance 320 acre estuarine wetland through breaching and lowering of levees, treatment of invasive plant species, and re-vegetation.

Enhance 20+ acre estuarine wetland through breaching and lowering of levees and removal of an earthen dam restoring 1 ½ mile of stream channel.

Enhance 25+ acre wetland through creation of tidal channel and installation of a culvert through an access road to restore tidal circulation to Dibblee Point and an existing created pond.

Construct new set back levee and breach outer levee to restore estuarine processes to 33.5 acre wetland.

Reconnect 96 acre wetland to full tidal influence through the installation of a new 12 feet by 12 feet culvert through hwy 101.

Enhance 40 acre estuarine wetland through marshplain lowering, creation of approximately 1 mile of new tidal channels, and extensive planting of beneficial native vegetation.