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Restoration

Since 1990, the Stillaguamish Natural Resources department has accomplished the following tasks:

  • Riparian acres planted: 237
  • Acres of invasive plants treated: 189
  • Feet of bank hardening removed: 700
  • Culverts treated (replaced or removed): 49
  • Associated stream miles re-opened from barrier removal: 104
  • Log jams installed: 19
  • Feet of abandoned channels re-opened: 12,168
  • Feet of fencing installed: 10,120
  • Landslide sediment sources treated: 2
  • Miles of forest roads treated: 75
  • Acres of wetland restored: 17
  • Clean-up events: 6
  • Workshops provided: 4
  • Field trips provided: 230
  • In-school lessons provided: 89
  • Pounds of derelict fishing gear removed: 41,876
  • Acres of land protected via easement or acquisition: 531
  • Acres of elk habitat created: 14

 Learn more about Tribal restoration projects from the map below.


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