In this update, our Washington Conservation Corps crew was behind the camera and they saw Coho Salmon and Steelhead juveniles in the Skykomish River where they had previously planted trees between Sultan and Monroe. They were doing weed control when they saw the fish. It's always a nice reminder, and surprise, to see what all of the restoration and riparian (by the waterside) work is for!
Thanks to our WCC crew for doing this important work throughout the year, to protect our streams, and to provide better habitat for fish and other wildlife including humans!
Looking for a neat opportunity to restore our environment? We're actively recruiting crew members and a Restoration Project Assistant for the 2018-2019 season. Learn more!