Year in Review- 2009
Stillaguamish Restoration
{
Projects
Stillaguamish Tribe
Snohomish County
City of Arlington
Trangen Meander Feasibility and Conceptual
Design (Capacity Fund project)
2009 Progress
oContracted with AMEC Earth and Environmental
o Analysis of feasibility and potential designs (10%)
o Estima...
Steelhead Haven Landslide
Maintenance
Pilchuck SRFB/ DOT
Mitigation/Inmate Riparian
Planting Crew
NF STILLAGUAMISH
BIG TREE SITES
SF STILLAGUAMISH
BIG TREE SITES
SBTP invasive treatment as of
December 2009
SITE

#ACRES TREATED
North Fork Stillaguamish

Aston

0.7

Best

0.2

Forslof
...
SBTP trees installed as of December 2009
SITE

#TREES

#ACRES

PHASE

North Fork Stillaguamish
Best

50

0.5

1

Forslof

...
Snohomish County - North Meander Project
North Meander increases
side-channel slough
habitat by 1.8 hectares an increase of 18.5% over
existing amounts - or 8%
of ...
Blue Slough Engineered
Log Jam
Blue Slough Excavation
(2008)
City of Arlington
2009 Accomplishments
Eagle Creek
Partners included:
City of Arlington
oStillaguamish Tribe Banksavers
oEvergreen Fly-fisher club
oStilly/Snohom...
Eagle creek volunteers
Fish Passage Repair
on Portage at Hecla
Wetland
Partners:
City of Arlington
oStillaguamish Tribe – Rick Van Arman
o
Restored channel
Fish Passage repair
Portage at the
Sanctuary
Partners:
City of Arlington
oSnohomish County Parks
oDale Kolbe and Kyle Stev...
Channel restored
for passage
Illicit discharge clean up of
carpet cleaning chemical
Wastewater plant being upgraded
to Membrane Bioreactor Water
Reclamation plant
0.8 miles porous asphalt trail with
augmented soil landscaping for
water quality from road
Dedication of Prairie
Creek Riparian
Buffers to the City
o

The landowner of Jensen Business park
dedicated 2 acres of rip...
Educational
programs
with Eagle
Creek
elementary
and
Stillaguamish
Valley Home
School
Dedication of Rasar Island
3 acres in the South Fork
hopefully by end of year
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Stillaguamish Chinook Projects

  1. 1. Year in Review- 2009 Stillaguamish Restoration { Projects Stillaguamish Tribe Snohomish County City of Arlington
  2. 2. Trangen Meander Feasibility and Conceptual Design (Capacity Fund project)
  3. 3. 2009 Progress oContracted with AMEC Earth and Environmental o Analysis of feasibility and potential designs (10%) o Estimates and scope needs for 30% designs o Report due by end of 2009
  4. 4. Steelhead Haven Landslide Maintenance
  5. 5. Pilchuck SRFB/ DOT Mitigation/Inmate Riparian Planting Crew
  6. 6. NF STILLAGUAMISH BIG TREE SITES
  7. 7. SF STILLAGUAMISH BIG TREE SITES
  8. 8. SBTP invasive treatment as of December 2009 SITE #ACRES TREATED North Fork Stillaguamish Aston 0.7 Best 0.2 Forslof 0.2 Hillis 1 Trafton 6 South Fork Stillaguamish Graafstra 3.4 Littlefield 1.5 total 13
  9. 9. SBTP trees installed as of December 2009 SITE #TREES #ACRES PHASE North Fork Stillaguamish Best 50 0.5 1 Forslof 40 0.2 1 South Fork Stillaguamish Cascade Park 433 3.5 complete Graafstra 1000 5.4 1 Littlefield North River Meadows 883 6.1 complete 241 1.2 1 totals 2647 15.1
  10. 10. Snohomish County - North Meander Project
  11. 11. North Meander increases side-channel slough habitat by 1.8 hectares an increase of 18.5% over existing amounts - or 8% of the historical loss in lower river. Appropriate depths (>1.0 m), slow water velocities (<30cm/s), and complex edge and cover are provided for, especially with woody debris placement. 2009 woody debris exceeds 1,200 pieces/km – the most abundant LWD in watershed after Boulder River.
  12. 12. Blue Slough Engineered Log Jam
  13. 13. Blue Slough Excavation (2008)
  14. 14. City of Arlington 2009 Accomplishments
  15. 15. Eagle Creek Partners included: City of Arlington oStillaguamish Tribe Banksavers oEvergreen Fly-fisher club oStilly/Snohomish Fisheries Enhancement task force o Completed planting 2,000 trees and shrubs
  16. 16. Eagle creek volunteers
  17. 17. Fish Passage Repair on Portage at Hecla Wetland Partners: City of Arlington oStillaguamish Tribe – Rick Van Arman o
  18. 18. Restored channel
  19. 19. Fish Passage repair Portage at the Sanctuary Partners: City of Arlington oSnohomish County Parks oDale Kolbe and Kyle Stevens o
  20. 20. Channel restored for passage
  21. 21. Illicit discharge clean up of carpet cleaning chemical
  22. 22. Wastewater plant being upgraded to Membrane Bioreactor Water Reclamation plant
  23. 23. 0.8 miles porous asphalt trail with augmented soil landscaping for water quality from road
  24. 24. Dedication of Prairie Creek Riparian Buffers to the City o The landowner of Jensen Business park dedicated 2 acres of riparian buffer to the City for maintenance of Native Tree and shrub plantings and fish passage.
  25. 25. Educational programs with Eagle Creek elementary and Stillaguamish Valley Home School
  26. 26. Dedication of Rasar Island 3 acres in the South Fork hopefully by end of year

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