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Oct 16

Success in Habitat Stewardship

Posted to Habitat Improvement on October 16, 2015 at 10:46 AM by Allan Warren

Our friends at the City of Puyallup are working hard to restore the natural resources of their community. Whether it's through their ongoing Meeker Creek restoration project, Depave projects in local neighborhoods, or their 8th Avenue NW Low Impact Development Retrofit, the City has been busy striving towards their goal of restoring natural open space areas. Another way they're achieving this success is through their Habitat Stewardship Program.

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Sep 03

Meeker Creek Restoration Project

Posted to Water Quality Improvement on September 3, 2015 at 9:49 AM by Allan Warren

MeekerCreekThe City of Puyallup is currently underway on construction of the Meeker Creek Riparian and Stream Restoration Project. The project, located along Meeker Creek, just prior to its confluence with Clarks Creek, will remove 1,000 linear feet of the 4,385-foot Meeker Creek from the trapezoidal ditch and place it in a natural, meandering stream channel. 

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