Join KCD for the fourth annual Orca Recovery Day. This day of caring volunteer event is an opportunity to help restore a section of the Langlois Creek by planting native trees and shrubs. Langlois Creek provides a home for coho salmon, and is accessible by chum, winter steelhead, bull trout and odd year pink salmon. The planting is part of a larger project that removed two culverts allowing the creek to flow more freely.
This project is in cooperation with Remlinger Farms, King Conservation District, Snoqualmie Valley Watershed Improvement District, and the Natural Resource Conservation Service. We thank Remlinger Farms for participating in making a healthy riparian habitat on their farm which leads to healthier salmon populations. This will, in turn, support our local orcas!
Come and support this restoration project in your community!