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Winchester Tidelands Restoration Project
South Slough Case Histories
An aerial view of the Winchester restoration projects.
An aerial view of the Winchester restoration projects.
Over the past decade, Reserve staff has engaged in a series of experimental wetland restoration projects to address the need for more information about restoring estuaries in the Northwest. Published in 2005, this set of case histories is designed to share concepts, methods, and lessons that have been learned at South Slough NERR with landowners, watershed councils, wetland managers, other restoration practitioners who may be planning estuarine restoration projects, students, and the general public.
Background and project overview
Restoring Anderson Creek
A case history addressing methods for constructing a complex, non-tidal stream channel
Restoring Cox, Dalton, & Fredrickson Creek Marshes
A case history addressing different methods for restoring, constructing, and enhancing tidal channels
Restoring Kunz Marsh
A case history addressing marsh surface subsidence