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  • SPSSEG in close partnership with Metro Parks Tacoma and People for Puget Sound underwent an 18 month feasibility and design process for restoration of Titlow Lagoon. The process involved extensive public input through the Titlow Park master planning process and resulted in preliminary designs for: Replacing the tide gate with a large span bridge Removing the 100m swimming pool and associated parking lot from the shoreline of the lagoon Restoring the lagoon size and orientation to its near-historic footprint
  • Tidal Culvert on Hartstene Island SPSSEG grant sponsor Mason County Engineering and oversight
  • Since 2002 SPSSEG has been involved in a habitat and juvenile fish abundance monitoring project on the Mashel River, a tributary to the Nisqually. partnership with the Nisqually Indian tribe to collect data before and after implementation of restoration projects Preliminary fish count results show that juvenile salmonids tend to congregate in the pools around these log jams. We will be presenting findings at the Puget Sound Georgia Basin Conference in Seattle next month. We feel it is important to conduct research and monitoring as much as possible however grant funding is always limited and so we are always seeking new funding sources.
  • Great success for education outreach KCST near Shelton. Each year roughly 5000 people including nearly 100 school classes. Trail is open through the month of November. If you have never been there please make a point to check it out next November, you won’t be disappointed. Fish TV Splash – August or September Donations
  • $3 per student Our great success in this arena has been the KCST near Shelton. Each year roughly 5000 people including nearly 100 school groups visit the trail to learn about salmon biology and view the Chum run. The trail is open through the month of November.If you have never been there please make a point to check it out next november, you won’t be disappointed. This past August we hosted our first Kennedy Creek SPLASH. Planned as a fundraising event for Kennedy Creek, attendees, enjoyed live music, libations, shellfish and decadent desserts. SPLASH was a great success and is bound to become an annual event. Look for the announcement this spring and get your tickets early! We hope to see you there.
  • Our great success in this arena has been the KCST near Shelton. Each year roughly 5000 people including nearly 100 school groups visit the trail to learn about salmon biology and view the Chum run. The trail is open through the month of November.If you have never been there please make a point to check it out next November, you won’t be disappointed. This past August we hosted our first Kennedy Creek SPLASH. Planned as a fundraising event for Kennedy Creek, attendees, enjoyed live music, libations, shellfish and decadent desserts. SPLASH was a great success and is bound to become an annual event. Look for the announcement this spring and get your tickets early! We hope to see you there.
  • Similar to Greenwater, Clearwater river has been impacted by past logging practices Project focus is in-stream habitat, wood cover, floodplain connection Current grant allocations for Eng. and Const. Partnerships highlight

2011 annual meeting presentation part 2 2011 annual meeting presentation part 2 Presentation Transcript

  • Titlow Lagoon Feasibility and Design County: Pierce Objective: Feasibility Funding: ESRP Partners: Metro Parks Tacoma People for Puget Sound Engineering: Parametrix .
  • Jarrell Cove Fish Passage County: Mason Objective: Estuary and Fish Passage Funding: SRFB and Mason County Partners: Mason County Engineering: Mason County Contractor: Pivetta Brothers
  • Stream Monitoring
  • Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail
  • Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail
  • Kennedy Creek Salmon Trail Al Schmauder Allen Schein Andy Hix Anna Kinderman Arline Fullerton Becky Corr Ben Trowbridge Bruce Stewart Bryan Owens Chris Zipperer Craig Baker David Love Dell Simmons Denise Beckwith Diane Russell Dianne Kordosis Drew Petrozzi Emily Sanford Jack Havens Jaime Petrozzi Jennifer Hopper Jerimiah Wedding Jessie Duvall Jim Anderson Joe Uhlman John Rosenberg Kameron Harper Kayta Tourtillot Ken Guza Leeann Tourtillot Lon Sullivan Mark Genich Mary Gibbons Mary Ann Firmin Megan Langhals Melissa Jones Michelle Stevie Sarah Haque Sharon Love Shawn Zaniewski Steve Mutoli Terrence Lee Virginia Haas Warren Dawes Steven Brink Linton Waldrick Thanks to our 2010 Kennedy Creek Docents!
  • 2011-12 Projects Allison Springs Estuary Purdy Creek Fish Passage Schneider Creek Fish Passage Goldsborough Creek Project Suite Greenwater Floodplain Phase 2 Priest Point Park Bulkhead Removal Design Gull Harbor Estuary Boston Harbor Culvert Removal Design Squaxin Is. Pier and Bulkhead Removal Case Inlet Shoreline Enhancement Penrose Point Bulkhead Removal Design Midway Creek Fish Barrier Removal McCormick Creek Fish Passage Ohop Valley Restoration Design Phase III Clearwater Large Woody Debris Project WRIA 13 Three Year Workplan Project Development WRIA 14 Three Year Workplan Project Development McClane Creek Watershed Project Development
  • Allison Springs and Randall County: Thurston Objective: Estuary and Fish Passage Funding: SRFB, USFWS Partners: Capitol Land Trust City of Olympia People for P. Sound Engineering: Waterfall Eng.
  • Squaxin Island Pier and Bulkhead County: Mason Objective: Shoreline processes Funding: SRFB, WA Dept. Nat. Resources Partners: Squaxin Tribe WDNR Contractor: Redside Const.
  • Clearwater River Large Woody Debris County: Pierce Objective: In-stream habitat Funding: SRFB Partners: Muckleshoot Tribe Puyallup Tribe Hancock Res. Comp.
  • Thanks to Our Partners
    • Salmon Recovery Funding Board
    • Thurston Conservation District
    • Mason Conservation District
    • Pierce Conservation District
    • South Sound Fly Fishers
    • Trout Unlimited
    • Washington Trout
    • 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 Foundation
    • Mason County
    • Pierce County
    • Thurston County
    • Kitsap County
    • City of Olympia
    • City of Eatonville
    • City of Yelm
    • Local School District
    • South Sound Green
    • Metro Parks Tacoma
    • University of Puget Sound
    • Clover Park Technical College
    • Puget Sound Fly Fishers