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We completed a shoreline enhancement project along the North Bay shoreline at the head of Case Inlet in Allyn, WA. The goal of the project was to remove a 200-foot long bulkhead to restore tidal influence, salt marsh and beach … Continued
SPSSEG and Waterfall Engineering are involved in a year-long monitoring project to collect data that will shape project designs in the Goldsborough Creek watershed. The projects are aimed at re-connecting at least three off-channel wetland areas that have been impounded … Continued
Located just off Hwy 101, Frye Cove Park is a popular site for weddings, picnics, and shellfish harvest. It was acquired in 1973 by Thurston County. It’s named after George W. Frye who owned the property on the shore north … Continued
SPSSEG received funds from the Salmon Recovery Funding Board to replace a set of fish barrier culverts on Midway Creek, a tributary to Goldsborough Creek. The culverts, perched eight feet above the creek’s confluence, have blocked fish passage in Midway … Continued
SPSSEG is partnering with WA Dept. of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) to remove a concrete bulkhead and over-water structures on WDFW property in Case Inlet. The project will restore shoreline processes and salt marsh vegetation to a key stretch of … Continued
Allison Springs Estuary is a 50-acre complex of shorelines, tide flats, salt marsh, forested freshwater tributaries, and springs. The restoration project sought to restore estuarine and wetland function in the area, as well as provide juvenile salmon habitat. Historically the property … Continued
Allison Springs Estuary underwent a large restoration project this year in 2012. It has been successfully completed, restoring habitat for salmon. The project helped restore the estuary to its natural functions and provide a healthy habitat for other species living … Continued