This project completes a feasibility study to evaluate different restoration actionson the 136-acre island. The site is located at Columbia River Mile 142 adjacent to the Pierce National Wildlife Refuge. The island, currently held in conservation, contains important rearing, refugia, and potential chum spawning habitats for Columbia Basin salmonids, and is inundated seasonally during the spring freshet. The island’s native vegetation includes a Washington State listed endangered species which is threatened by invasive vegetation. The project will improve and/or establish suitable spawning and rearing habitat for salmonids; approximately eight acres have potential for this purpose. In addition, techniques for invasive plant control and maintaining native plant species are being considered.