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This video was filmed September 9th, 2013 at the Lower Boise Creek Restoration Project site, near the confluence of Boise Creek with the White River, Washington. The historic alluvial fan at the mouth of Boise Creek was abandoned a century ago when the railroad relocated Boise Creek into an over-steepened ditch. The Lower Boise Creek Channel Restoration Project, completed in 2010, was designed to restore and expand salmonid habitat, including spawning for spring and fall Chinook. The project site is now used extensively for spawning and rearing by salmon and trout.
Contact Josh Latterell for more information on monitoring: 206.263.6434.
Contact Mason Bowles for questions about the project: 206.296.8736