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This is the presentation given by Jeanette Dorner, Salmon Recovery Program Manger for the Nisqually Tribe, at the Nisqually River Council planning retreat on March 20, 2010 at the Mineral Lake Event ...

This is the presentation given by Jeanette Dorner, Salmon Recovery Program Manger for the Nisqually Tribe, at the Nisqually River Council planning retreat on March 20, 2010 at the Mineral Lake Event Center in Mineral, WA.

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  • before and after pictures where habitat destroying riprap rock was removed from the bank and replaced with habitat forming engineered log jams.
  • hundreds of juvenile salmon observed using the new pools created by the engineered log jams.
  • this project is beginning construction this summer

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  • Priority Habitat Areas
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  • 760 acres of estuary habitat restored
  • 11 new engineered log jams on the Mashel
  • 11 new engineered log jams on the Mashel
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  • Mashel River: Juvenile coho salmon density restoration vs. non-restoration areas Restoration project built
  • Project Phase I Elements
    • Restore 1 mile of channelized creek
    • Recreate meanders and add large wood in the channel
    • Revegetate around 100 acres of riparian corridor and adjacent wetlands
  • 1 mile of stream channel restored on Ohop Creek
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  • Knotweed control: 34 miles surveyed, 110 acres retreated, 97 new acres treated
  • Knotweed bending party in Ashford
  • 2.1 miles Nisqually River protected Tatrimima property
  • 2.1 miles Nisqually River protected Manke property
  • Mashel River .5 mile 30 acres protected
  • Nisqually Salmon Recovery Protected Lands Tatrimima Wilcox Flats Manke property Mashel properties
  • Salmon Recovery business
    • 3 year workplan update process
    • Salmon Recovery funding round this year
      • tentatively $416,000 for Nisqually this year
      • request from Nisqually Land Trust
      • request to transfer knotweed project