Fish passage barrier removal, restore native vegetation, improve water quality, restore rearing and refuge habitat for Col River coho salmon, fall Chinook salmon, and Steelhead trout.
This project breaches the historical railway jetty, improving water circulation and fish access in Trestle Bay.
In 1996 a 1 square foot hole was cut in a tidegate at the 8th Street Dam by the Skipanon WCD to allow for minimal flow and fish passage. CREST is now looking into replacing the tidegate with a bridge, which would be of interest to developers who would like improved road access to adjacent property.
Restore hydrology and juvenile access to approximately 160 acres of off-channel habitat and floodplain lakes. Additional restoration actions may include up to 60 additional acres of off-channel improvements. Phase 1 restoration: Ruby Lake, Phase 2 restoration: Millionaire/Deep/Widgeon Lakes, Phase 3 restoration: McCormick Lake.
This project will restore hydrologic connection from the Post Office Lake floodplain wetland with the estuary while protecting privately owned farmland. The objective is to re-establish access and improve wetland function to approximately 80 acres of shallow water habitat for juvenile salmonids. Project Site Acres = 80. This project is identified in the Fish & Wildlife Service Review of Conceptual Lower Columbia River Refuge Salmonid Restoration Projects
Fish passage barrier removal, restore native vegetation, improve water quality, and restore habitat for listed salmonids.
Project will address a naturally occurring levee breach along the Columbia mainstem. Will include a setback levee, and other elements