7/13/2024 Salmon Habitat Restoration in Woodinville!

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ORGANIZATION: Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group


Volunteer with Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group on the King County Parks-owned West Sammamish River Trail in Woodinville to restore Chinook, Coho, and Sockeye salmon habitat!

We will spend the event time doing maintenance and monitoring activities at the Sammamish River shoreline restoration site. These are important tasks during the summer season and we appreciate the help volunteers like you bring!

Maintenance activities will include clearing Himalayan Blackberry and other invasive species, watering native plants, and laying landscaping fabric to suppress weed re-growth.

We will monitor previously planted portions of the restoration site to document plant survival. Monitoring is a great opportunity to learn plant identification and data collection skills!

Upon signing up you will receive a confirmation email with information on how to access the site and more details about the event. Molly, Mid Sound Fisheries Stewardship Coordinator, will send a reminder email with event logistics the Wednesday before the event.

**If you are under 18 and attending without a parent or guardian, please also print and fill out the Youth Waiver Form attached to the confirmation email and bring it with you to the event!

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About Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group


7400 Sand Point Way NE, Building 30-Office 202, Seattle, WA 98115, US

Mission Statement

Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group works to involve local people in projects that will ensure a future for wild salmon.


Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group is dedicated to helping landowners and communities protect their local fish. We practice fisheries and stream restoration in the King and Kitsap Counties in Washington State. Our service area includes the Green/Duwamish River watershed, the Lake Washington/Cedar River watershed, isolated streams flowing into Puget Sound in King County, and all watersheds in eastern Kitsap County. We use habitat restoration projects - such as streamside fencing, native tree planting, and fish passage improvements - as catalysts to building community partnerships. As one of 14 Regional Fisheries Enhancement Groups in Washington State, we are part of a coordinated effort to restore fish habitat in the state.


Animals, Community, Environment


Sat Jul 13, 2024
10:00 AM - 01:00 PM


Directions will be emailed upon signupWoodinville, WA 98072



  • Habitat Restoration
  • Environmental Education
  • Botany
  • Gardening
  • Environmental Science
  • Outdoor Recreation


  • Kids
  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • 3 hours

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