Miami Wetlands construction

Tillamook Estuaries Partnership (TEP) recently hosted a tour for the 26 partner organizations involved in the comprehensive Miami Wetlands Restoration Project.

More than forty individuals gathered on site to visit the project and wade through the dynamic transformation of the wetland. Across the 58-acre restoration area, 4,500 feet of new channels were created, 183 pieces of large woody debris were placed, and 19,000 native species planted. More than 39 acres were purchased by The Nature Conservancy and set aside as a protected reserve.

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