Implementation Progress Report 2005-2014
The Implementation Progress Report published in March 2015 highlights accomplishments and news in the Green/Duwamish and Central Puget Sound Watershed (WRIA 9) since implementation of the WRIA 9 Salmon Habitat Plan began nine years ago. Habitat projects extend from the top of the watershed high in the Cascade Mountains to the nearshore on Vashon-Maury Island.
Partnerships make a difference!
Since plan adoptions, WRIA 9 and its partners in local governments, Tribes, agencies, business, and non-profits have secured over $137 million from all funding sources to implement Chinook salmon recovery projects and programs.
- 918 acres protected through acquisition or easement
- 80 acres of riparian area planted
- 1.2 miles of levees removed or set back
- 57 acres of floodplain reconnected
- 3,370 feet of marine shoreline restored
The Implementation Progress Report is available in Adobe Acrobat (.pdf) format.
Implementation Progress Report 2005-2014 (March 2015)(10.34 MB)
Project Table (47 KB)
Project Map (13.44 MB)