Here are several of the nine logjams that were built over the last few months at the mouth of Goldsborough Creek. You can read more about this phase of the Shelton Harbor project here.
This fall the Squaxin Island Tribe and the South Puget Sound Salmon Enhancement Group will build nine logjams at the mouth of Goldsborough Creek in Shelton. The logjams will capture sediment and help restore the creek’s estuary, which has been downcutting since the early 1990s. “The logjams at the mouth of the creek and inContinue Reading Phase two starting soon: logjams at the mouth of Goldsborough Creek
The first phase of the Shelton Harbor project is protecting Eagle Point, a vital piece of fish and wildlife habitat: The first step of the multi-phase project was to preserve 1,600 feet of shoreline. With a grant written by the tribe, the Capitol Land Trust purchased the 14-acre site at Eagle Point. The land trustContinue Reading Phase one in the books: city of Shelton gets a waterfront park