ously used for bank stabilization. These were then replaced with habitat logs to create scour pools and areas of slow-moving water for salmon spawning within the Chico Watershed. In addition, temporary access was provided to nearby homeowners while the previously failing culvert was replaced with a 50-foot steel bridge that provides a salmon pass-through to a spawning and rearing area in upper Kitsap Creek.

  • Located 75 feet off a major arterial road
  • Located on a 12-foot wide egress
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