The industrialized and urban Duwamish River is an important migratory corridor for young and adult salmon. These fish are important to both the communities who live near the river and also endangered killer whales. Once a parking lot, help restore natural vegetation to bring back the important ecosystem functions to what's still called, "Terminal 105."
Idylwood Creek was once home to several species of salmon in the Lake Sammamish watershed. Today, the stream is in need of restoration in order to help the salmon thrive once more including native Kokanee. Our work at this site will also improve water quality in Lake Sammamish where Chinook and Coho spend part of
The City of Bellevue is home to over 6o miles of salmon streams. Being a highly urbanized environment salmon, including critical Chinook for orcas, face challenges including stormwater runoff and high water temperatures. Join Whale Scout at a private property site to restore streamside vegetation in harmony with residential land-use. We'll be planting! Photo: