Stream-side activities include riparian planting to provide stream shade, long-term sources of large wood, and forage or construction material for beavers.

In-stream projects are designed to restore stream function by capturing gravels, increasing off-channel habitat, and increasing channel complexity.

Rapid Bio-Assessments (RBA) are conducted on a sub-basin scale

Restoration Projects encompass different aspects of the watershed

This program was designed to increase the scope, effectiveness and ecological outcomes of our work for water quality, fish and wildlife habitat.

Most of the barriers we address are undersized and perched road culverts, and occasionally a small irrigation dam

Our goal is to reduce butterfly habitat isolation and fragmentation by building connections across private lands to link conservation lands.

Ponds and wetlands are essential habitats for a variety of northwest plants and animals.