Our partners are working hard throughout the watershed to plant and steward healthy shoreline plantings. The Re-Green the Green Riparian Revegetation Strategy set a goal of revegetating 2,384 acres of shoreline by 2025 on the mainstem of the Green-Duwamish River, its tributaries, and the nearshore. Five years into the plan implementation, we are 17% of the way towards our 2025 acreage goal.
*The following partners contributed revegetation data:
Boeing, City of Auburn, City of Kent, City of Seattle, City of Tukwila, Dirt Corps, EarthCorps, Forterra, Green River Coalition, King Conservation District, King County, King County Flood Control District, Mid Sound Fisheries Enhancement Group, Miller/Walker Creeks Basin Stewardship, and Nicoterra Trails.
Many thanks to the following funding partners for supporting our revegetation efforts:
BECU, Boeing, City of Kent, City of Seattle, City of Tukwila, Ducks Unlimited, US Environmental Protection Agency, King Conservation District, King County, King County Flood Control District, King County WaterWorks Grant Program, National Fish & Wildlife Program, Port of Seattle, Puget Sound Energy, Puget Sound Partnership, Rose Foundation, Salmon Recovery Funding Board, Sound Transit, and WA Department of Ecology.