Restoration Projects

Project Area

Lower Milton Creek Oxbow Reconnection

July 1, 2021 – December 1, 2025
Coho and Steelhead were historically abundant in Lower Milton Creek, but...

Brush Creek Large Wood and Fish Passage

July 1, 2021 – December 1, 2022
Coho and Steelhead were historically abundant in Brush Creek, but over time, various factors have ha...

Nob Hill Nature Park Trail Enhancement

September 14, 2020 – September 14, 2022
We are partnering with the City of St. Helens to make improvements to the Nob Hill Nature Pa...

Raymond Creek Restoration Design

April 1, 2020 – December 1, 2021
Coho, Steelhead and Cutthroat were all historically abundant in Raymond Creek, but over time, vario...

Dart Creek Fish Passage

Over the past 10 years, the Scappoose Bay Watershed Council has been actively working to restore fish populations in the Milton Creek basin thr...

Upper Milton Creek Large Wood Enhancement

The goal of the project is to increase the volume of large wood within the main stem channel, to approximately 200 pieces of wood per mile, to ...

Lower North Scappoose Creek Restoration

June 2019-April 2020
In order to address key limiting factors for salmonids, this restoration improved and enhanced fish and wildlife ...

South Scappoose Creek Restoration

Restoration construction and significant riparian vegetation activities were completed by Winter 2019. Additional monitoring and plant maintena...

Lower Milton Creek Restoration

2018-2019
The project goal is to detail current riparian corridor conditions and identify restoration actions that can effectively add...

Honeyman Creek Fish Passage Design

Honeyman Creek, a tributary to Scappoose Bay, is an important watershed for ESA-listed Lower Columbia River Chinook salmon, coho salmon, winter...

Milton Creek Large Woody Debris Restoration

Milton Creek LWD Project is a partnership between the SB Watershed Council and the City of St. Helens. The goal was to install large wood into ...

Springlake Community Pond Restoration

In partnership with the Springlake community, the Scappoose Bay Watershed Council  made improvements to the riparian area of a local community...

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