Restoration of Stream and Riparian Habitat Conditions in Douglas County, Washington
Douglas County, Washington
Mesic andhabitat along Coyote Spring and McCartney Creek on The Nature Conservancy’s Moses Coulee Preserves in Douglas County, WA are critically important to brood rearing sage grouse, sharp-tailed grouse, and other -dependent animals. Restoring these habitats through low-tech processed-based restoration techniques will work to repair heavily incised reaches to improve ecological integrity and expand seasonally available water for longer into the dry hot summer months.
Foster Creek Conservation District, National Resource Conservation Service, The Nature Conservancy and USFWS Partners for Fish and Wildlife Program