North Fork Touchet River Phase II Habitat Restoration

The Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (CTUIR) Fisheries planned to restore hydrologic connectivity, floodplain processes, and riparian habitat along river miles 1.6–2.7 (20 acres) of the North Fork Touchet River, near the community of Baileysburg, Washington. The project was subject to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, and the Bonneville Power

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Dungeness River Flow Restoration and Aquifer Recharge Off-Channel Reservoir

Clallam County proposed to restore streamflow to the Dungeness River with the creation of an off-channel reservoir on two Washington Department of Natural Resources-owned parcels. Dudek provided cultural resources surveys in support of the Dungeness River flow restoration, which required the installation of new water pipelines and tie-ins to the existing stormwater infrastructure, as well

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