This year, $5.12 million was awarded in 42 grants to the four Water Resource Inventory Areas or WRIAs that oversee salmon recovery in King County.
The ESJ iMap application allows employees to access and view census and demographic data with a geographic context for their projects, programs and reporting.
The Cedar River is closed from river mile 4.5 to 13.5 due to several downed logs spanning the corridor and blocking safe passage. Those logjams create hazards for recreationalists and habitat for fish — a policy puzzle King County is currently working to address.
New “smolt slides” will help young salmon get through the Ballard Locks more safely on their way to the ocean.
Snoqualmie Fish, Farm and Flood Advisory Committee that has spent more than three years forging the first major agreement in the county to strike a balance between farming interests and salmon recovery.
The Bendich property before the Green Shores for Homes makeover and after. The bulkhead was removed to create a more natural shoreline that is better for the environment and fish.
King County has begun its seasonal monitoring of freshwater swimming beaches to ensure they are safe for recreation.
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