We have raised over $36,000 towards our $80,000 goal

In order to improve fish passage across Old Loop Parkway ,we need to design and install a bridge that will allow juvenile fish to move upstream to rearing habitat, reduce peak water velocity and increase water retention. Opening this passage, will allow Coho and Sea-run Cutthroat to access about 50 acres of prime rearing habitat, and restore natural stream processes. We had our first successful Coho hatch in 2016, only to lose all the fry when they became trapped and predated when water levels dropped. A bridge would prevent this from happening in the future by allowing the fry to reach the safety of the large wetland above the beaver dam.
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Bird Meadow in winter. A great hike anytime of year.

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Serenity Cove. Photo courtesy Anjalee Banerjee

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