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Measuring Success for Protecting Watershed Habitats
We document all our efforts in preventing or containing toxic spills, in preventing and suppressing fire, and in the amount of invasive plants controlled or removed. View more information on habitat protection metrics.
|Fish habitat provided through the removal of fish passage barriers in the Cedar River Municipal Watershed
|Location of stream crossing projects for kokanee
|Before and after photographs of Webster Creek stream crossing project
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In 2002 we completed a bank stabilization project at the 10 Road fish passage project on Webster Creek.
We implemented an underplanting experiment to evaluate different conifer tree species and treatment types in the Webster Creek riparian forest. View the Webster Creek conifer underplanting report (pdf).
We control invasive species both in Walsh Lake and in the riparian area along Webster Creek.
|Location of Webster Creek invasive plant control projects
|Amount of milfoil removed from Walsh Lake