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Salmon habitat restoration begins at Muir Woods NMon

Efforts to help improve Coho salmon habitat at Muir Woods National Monument in California are scheduled to begin in August, with crews removing previously placed boulders in Redwood Creek and then revegetating the creek with native plants.

To conduct the Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project work, fish in the creek will be relocated out of harm’s way, and then the work zone will be drained of water. Part of the project involves replacing four foot bridges across the creek. After work is completed, the restored creek banks will be re-vegetated with native plants and the project area will be closely monitored by biologists as it recovers.

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