The Middle Boise Creek Van Wieringen Stream Restoration Project
White River Watershed
The project is located in a conservation easement on private property within the Enumclaw Agricultural Production District (APD) in unincorporated King County. The below map shows locations of several Middle Boise Creek Projects. (Click image to open as a PDF, 1.2MB).
- Increase the amount and availability of salmon habitat by widening the stream channel.
- Improve aquatic habitat for salmon by adding wood and gravel.
- Improve shade, support the aquatic food web, and protect water quality by planting native trees and shrubs.
- Build upon other restoration projects completed in Boise Creek in recent years.
|Acquisition and resident relocation
|Planning and preliminary design
Project funding sources
- King County Water and Land Resources Division
- Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board Grant
- King County Flood Control District Cooperative Watershed Management Grant
- King County Conservation Futures Tax
- Middle Boise Creek Van Wieringen Stream Restoration Project Design Alternatives Analysis - January 2017 (PDF, 7MB)
For more information about the The Middle Boise Creek Van Wieringen Stream Restoration Project, please contact Sarah McCarthy, Project Manager, King County Ecological Restoration and Engineering Services.