Low-tech Process-Based Restoration in Streams and Meadows of Douglas County Wildlife Areas in Washington
Douglas County, Washington
Located within the state’s priority sage grouse, this project will improve hydrologic function, water table levels, and capacity to support and wet meadow habitat along Smith Draw, China Creek, and School Creek on state wildlife area lands. In addition to using low-tech processed-based stream restoration techniques, this project will include planting native plants to restore mesic resources for wildlife.
Washington Department of Natural Resources, Pheasants Forever, Natural Resource Conservation Service, Yakama Nation, and Conservation Northwest