Livingston Bay is on Camano – south of Terry’s Corner and Freedom Park, and north of Iverson Spit.
Habitat Strategic Initiative Grant Program Webinars: Local Coordination to Advance PSNERP-identified Projects
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This webinar will describe the findings of a restoration feasibility study conducted to restore tidal connectivity and tidal lagoon habitats to the 219-acre Livingston Bay project site managed by the Whidbey Camano Land Trust. Restoration of Livingston Bay aims to re-establish ecosystem processes and provide productive rearing habitat for juvenile Chinook salmon. The analysis approach and findings are relevant to other locations where large-scale tidal restoration is being considered.
The feasibility study included assessments of the following: Drainage Infrastructure, Noxious Weeds, Water Surface Elevation (tides and landward ditches), Hydrogeologic Evaluation, Coastal Assessment and Tidal Channels, and a comprehensive Cost-Benefit Analysis.
This project is associated with NTA 2018-0603.
Sky Miller, Environmental Science Associates