This project created a logjam habitat feature to stabilize approximately 800 feet of eroding left bank on the Lower Wenatchee River. THe large wood was placed above top of bank and will likely interact with the river once the bank erodes. This project will restore large wood to this portion of the Wenatchee river channel. The large wood will provide complexity and improve fish habitat in addition to stabilizing the eroding bank. Some areas on site were also restored with native vegetation to encourage a more natural riparian habitat for future generations.
|Activity Type - Instream Habitat - Washington|
|Channel structure - Wood structure / log jam||800 Feet||10/31/2012|
|Activity-High Level Habitat|
|Total Miles Of Instream Habitat Treated||00.15 Miles|
|Activity-Instream Habitat Project|
|Miles of Stream Treated for channel structure placement||00.15 Miles||10/31/2012|
|Miles of Streambank Stabilized||00.15 Miles|
|Number of structures placed in channel||01 Number|
Project completed and goals achieved.