Twin Rivers Acquisition
Regional Priority Approach
CHIN7.1: Protect and/or restore critical habitat for salmon populations.
North Olympic Land Trust
Coastal Watershed Institute, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe, Makah Tribe, North Olympic Peninsula Lead Entity, Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Michele Canale (firstname.lastname@example.org)
2020 - 2022
Estimated Total Cost
No Funding Identified
Continue to restore degraded fish habitat, via projects in Lead Entities' four-year work plans Protect and/or restore critical habitat for salmon populations.
The conservation project will protect over 1/2 mile of critical, Strait of Juan de Fuca shoreline & more than 16 acres of nearshore habitat critical to out-migrating salmon, with eelgrass beds surf smelt spawning beaches. There are 2.6 miles on the west side of the West Twin River and tributaries, and the Twin Rivers is one of the most important coho and steelhead systems in the Strait of Juan de Fuca.
Targeted Performance Measures
No Expected Accomplishments provided
- Enabling Conditions - Protection
Near Term Action Fact Sheet Data as of 09/17/2019