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In this episode, Brian Footen, president and co-founder of EarthViews talks about his motivation for starting EarthViews (formerly FishViews) in 2013. Prior to co-founding the…
In this episode, James Rasmussen, a Duwamish Tribal member and the superfund manager with Duwamish River Cleanup Coalition (DRCC)/Technical Advisory Group (TAG), talks about the…
Karen DuBose, Pollution Identification and Correction (PIC) Coordinator at Skagit County Public Works, talks about her work with the County looking for poop in the water and coordinating with many different organizations.
April McEwen, River Restoration Project Manager at American Rivers, talks about the Middle Fork Nooksack Fish Passage Project and other Pacific northwest dam removals that occurred during the summer of 2020 to restore over 100 miles of habitat.
Brian Stewart, Conservation Northwest, and Glen Kalisz, WSDOT, talk about habitat connectivity and provide insight about the importance of connecting habitat and working collaboratively in these efforts.
Emily Derenne, habitat restoration specialist at Skagit County, talks about the recent (August ’20) culvert removal at Maddox Creek and the immediate return of fish upstream.
Robbie Mantooth talks about Ennis Creek, a once productive salmon stream in Port Angeles, and the story of how she and her husband founded Friends of Ennis Creek to better fish habitat and spawning areas.
Anna Toledo talks about shoreline restoration efforts in Island County. Learn why bull kelp, forage fish, and removing bulkheads are critical for salmon restoration, and more.
Kit Crump, a Co-Lead Entity Coordinator for Snohomish County and the Stillaguamish Tribe, talks about his habitat restoration projects, including Trafton Floodplain Restoration and Chatham Acres Side Channel Reconnection.