Local Activities and Partners

Local governments, non-profits, and tribes have successfully implemented dozens of restoration, education, acquisition, and protection projects around the watershed. See this fact sheet and project map for more information about on-the-ground progress and project locations.

With funding provided by the King County Flood Constrol District and previously by the King Conservation District, since 1998, the Snoqualmie Watershed Forum and its partners have made significant progress to address salmon recovery, water quality, monitoring needs and public outreach. In this timeframe the Forum has allocated over $9.5M to 208 projects from these two local funding sources, leveraging approximately $35M from other funding sources

Other major sources of funding include the Salmon Recovery Funding Board and the Puget Sound Acquisition and Restoration (PSAR) Fund, and others.


Restoration Resources

Using Beaver Dams to Restore Incised Stream Ecosystems, Pollock et al 2014

The Beaver Restoration Guidebook, Pollock et al 2018