The project objectives are to implement coho wintering habitat improvements across a mile-long stretch of Lagnitas Creek through the restoration of 10 acres of floodplain habitat and the creation of 1000 feet of side channel/ off channel rearing habitat. Included in the project activities are the removal of ~15,000 yards of fill, creation of 1000 ft of off-channel/ side channel habitat, the addition of numerous large woody debris (LWD) and biotechnical features to improve geomorphic and complex habitat conditions, and revegetation of the mile-long corridor with native riparian plant species following the removal of invasive vegetation.
Turtle Island Restoration Network dba Salmon Protection and Watershed Network
Complete and Fully Paid
Project Benefits a Disadvantaged Community (or SDAC):