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The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Wetland acres were restored to allow for fish and wildlife habitat, and a trail was ...

The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Wetland acres were restored to allow for fish and wildlife habitat, and a trail was installed to allow the public to enjoy this beautiful site. Large woody debris was installed to provide fish and wildlife habitat in the restored wetlands.

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SWC2012Projects-pilchuckpark SWC2012Projects-pilchuckpark Presentation Transcript

  • www.stillaguamishwatershed.org Dedicated to restoring and maintaining a healthyStillaguamish River Watershed since 1990
  • The mission of the Stillaguamish Watershed Council(SWC) is to maintain a healthy, functioning Stillaguamish Watershed by providing a local forum in which agencies,organizations, communities, and the public can engage in a collaborative watershed based process of decision making and coordination. This slideshow highlights the work of the SWC www.stillaguamishwatershed.org
  • Pilchuck Park ConstructionSponsored by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Wetland acres were restored to allow for fish and wildlife habitat, and a trail was installed to allow the public to enjoy this beautiful site. Location
  • Pilchuck Park ConstructionSponsored by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Wetland Creek. The pink Orange Rehabilitation and orange on this map are acres that Green Buffer were restored to wetlands, Wetland providing fish and Pink Reestablishment wildlife habitat. White Refugia Pond Pilchuck Park Schematic
  • Pilchuck Park ConstructionSponsored by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Pilchuck Park Before
  • Pilchuck Park ConstructionSponsored by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Wetland acres were restored to allow for fish and wildlife habitat, and a trail was installed to allow the public to enjoy this beautiful site. This educational kiosk was also installed as part of this project. Kiosk during construction Kiosk finished
  • Pilchuck Park ConstructionSponsored by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Wetland acres were restored to allow for fish and wildlife habitat, and a trail was installed to allow the public to enjoy this beautiful site. Containers awaiting planting Left: Students Planting Right: Natural Resources Team Planting
  • Pilchuck Park ConstructionSponsored by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Large woody debris was installed to provide fish and wildlife habitat in the restored wetlands. Large Woody Debris
  • Pilchuck Park ConstructionSponsored by the Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians Views of the Park Today The Stillaguamish Tribe of Indians purchased and restored about 25 acres near the mouth of Pilchuck Creek. Wetland acres were restored to allow for fish and wildlife habitat. The Stillaguamish Tribe sampled for fish here to determine usage by Stillaguamish Chinook and Coho salmon.
  • For more information about the Stillaguamish Watershed Council visit our website at: www.stillaguamishwatershed.org