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Smith River Watershed Council
Beginning in the late 1800s, logging operations and splash dams began dramatically changing the river and reducing habitat for salmon.
• 13,000 boulders positioned
• 2,000 trees and logs placed
• 40 culverts replaced or removed
• 450 habitat structures installed
Monitoring data confirms the benefits of investments. Coho Salmon have increased by 1,780% since the late 1970s and Chinook Salmon abundance has increased by 300%.
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OWEB's Grant Management System(OGMS) for Project Number 218-7000--16525.
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