Chelan County, WA: When The Levee Breaks – The Tyee Ranch Project

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, May 7th, 2013

By breaching a 40 year old levee, engineers reconnect historic Entiat River side channels and develop valuable salmon and steelhead habitat. The Tyee Ranch Project in north central Washington state has gigantic wood structures that mimic natural log jams. The intent is to create scour holes and deep cover for fish. on YouTube.

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