Current projects are listed below!
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Longfellow Creek; Longfellow Creek has long been a creek of concern for salmon. It has been heavily disturbed by development and much of its healthy riparian habitat is gone. Mid Sound has received grant funding through the King Conservation District to design a project to repair the riparian and in-stream habitat on a reach of Longfellow Creek.
- Designs Funded by the King Conservation District
- Matching funds are currently being sought
Littlebrook Creek – phase 1 complete!
Littlebrook Creek; At the confluence of Thornton Creek and Littlebrook Creek, there is a perched and undersized culvert that is a fish barrier to habitat upstream. Mid Sound has received funding through the Seattle Housing Authority and the King Conservation District to replace the culvert and do some riparian restoration.
- Designs and Construction Funded by Seattle Housing Authority and the King Conservation District
- To be built in 2012
Gorst Creek; The Salmon Recovery Funding Board has selected Mid Sound to received funding through the Recreation and Conservation Office to provide spawning and rearing habitat for local Salmonids, including ESA listed Steelhead salmon through Large Woody Debris installation, Floodplain reconnection and other instream and riparian habitat enhancements.
- Designs funded by National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and Trout Unlimited; North Kitsap/Bainbridge Island
- construction funding through SRFB and RCO (PSAR); currently seeking matching funding.
- Project to be built in 2012
Kelsey Creek – phase 1 complete, phase 2 in progress
Kelsey Creek; bank stabilization and in-stream habitat enhancement: Mid Sound completed the first phase of our Kelsey Creek restoration in Nov. 2011. over 450 plants were planted in the riparian zone in less than 2 hours with the help of our 45 volunteers with Whole Foods/ Select Fish!!! Spawning and rearing habitat were created for local Coho, Chinook and Trout salmonids.
- Designs funded by the King Conservation District
- Construction funded by the King Conservation District and National Fish and Wildlife Foundation