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  • 1. 2010 Annual Meeting
    • January 21 st , Lacey Community Center
  • 2. Chambers-Clover (12) Puyallup-White (10) Nisqually (11) Deschutes (13) Kennedy-Goldsborough (14) Kitsap (15)
  • 3. Our Mission: “ Protect and restore salmon populations and aquatic habitat with an emphasis on ecosystem function through scientifically informed projects, community education, and volunteer involvement”.
  • 4. 2009 Construction Projects
  • 5. Funding: Family Forests Fish Passage Program and Natural Resource Conservation Service Powell Creek: WRIA 11 , Thurston Co. Engineering: Waterfall Engineering Construction: McClung Construction
  • 6. Funding: Family Forests Fish Passage Program Lackamas Creek: WRIA 11, Thurston Co. Engineering: Fisheries Consultants Construction: RV Associates
  • 7. Funding: Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Puget Sound Restoration and Acquisition, US Fish and Wildlife Service, and Natural Resource Conservation Service Ohop Valley Restoration: WRIA 11, Pierce Co. Engineering: ENTRIX Construction: RV Associates
    • Restored floodplain:
          • 40 acres
    • Number of plants:
        • 30,000
    • Number of livestakes planted in the new channel: 5,000
  • 8. Eld Inlet Barrier Removal: WRIA 13, Thurston Co. Funding: National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Construction: Pacific NW Bulkhead
  • 9. Clover Creek: WRIA 10, Pierce Co. Funding: Pierce County and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation Design: Fisheries Consultants Construction: RV Associates
  • 10. Frye Cove Park: WRIA 13, Thurston Co. Funding: Salmon Recovery Funding Board, National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, and WA Dept. of Ecology Design: Waterfall Engineering Construction: RV Associates
  • 11. Monitoring Projects
  • 12. Education Events GREEN Congress Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail NW Fly Fishers Summer Camp Griffin Watershed Festival Kids With Conservation Knowledge Nisqually Water Festival Roy Salmon Homecoming Titlow Community Beach Walk
  • 13. Chambers-Clover (12) Puyallup-White (10) Nisqually (11) Deschutes (13) Kennedy-Goldsborough (14) Kitsap (15) Future Projects
  • 14. Future Projects Project: Goldsborough WRIA: 14 County: Mason Project Development
  • 15. Future Projects Project: Big Cove WRIA: 14 County: Mason Estuarine Restoration Remove failed earthen dam to restore estuary
  • 16. Future Projects Project: Beachcrest WRIA: 13 County: Thurston Fish Passage and Estuary Restoration
  • 17. Future Projects Project: Elbow Lake Creek WRIA: 11 County: Thurston Fish Passage
  • 18. Future Projects Project: Greenwater WRIA: 10 County: King and Pierce Floodplain Restoration and LWD
  • 19. Future Projects Project: West Sound-KGI WRIA: 15 County: Pierce Nearshore Project Development
  • 20. Future Projects Project: Titlow Lagoon WRIA: 12 County: Pierce Estuary Restoration Design
  • 21. Future Projects Project: Clearwater WRIA: 10 County: Pierce Floodplain Restoration and LWD
  • 22. Future Projects Project: Kennedy-Goldsborough WRIA: 14 County: Mason Project Development Project: Allison Springs WRIA: 13 County: Thurston Estuarine Restoration Project: Deschutes WRIA: 13 County: Thurston Project Development Project: Ohop Phase 3 WRIA: 11 County: Pierce Floodplain Restoration
  • 23. Thank You! 2009 Annual Meeting Donors
  • 24. Thanks to Our Partners
    • Salmon Recovery Funding Board
    • Thurston Conservation District
    • Mason Conservation District
    • Pierce Conservation District
    • South Sound Fly Fishers
    • Trout Unlimited
    • Wild Fish Conservancy
    • Puget Sound Action Team
    • People for Puget Sound
    • The Nature Conservancy
    • Capitol Land Trust
    • Nisqually Land Trust
    • Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
    • Pack Forest
    • Green Diamond
    • Taylor Shellfish
    • Department of Ecology
    • Kennedy Creek Quarry
    • Stream Team
    • Hood Canal Salmon Enhancement Group
    • Port of Olympia
    • Washington Conservation Corps
    • Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
    • Washington Department of Transportation
    • Washington Department of Natural Resources
    • Puyallup Tribe
    • Nisqually Tribe
    • Squaxin Tribe
    • Muckleshoot Tribe
    • US Forest Service
    • US Fish and Wildlife Service
    • National Fish and Wildlife
    • Mason County
    • Pierce County
    • Thurston County
    • Kitsap County
    • City of Olympia
    • City of Eatonville
    • City of Yelm
    • Tacoma Power Utility
    • South Sound Green
    • Metro Parks Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound
    • Clover Park Technical College
    • Puget Sound Fly Fishers