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From the split-rail fence and wood-chip path to the wetland area, neighbors say they are very happy with the newly restored Westmoreland Park. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers partnered with the City of Portland to restore the portion of Crystal Springs Creek that flows through Westmoreland Park in southeast Portland. The Corps removed a man-made duck pond and restored the area to a natural wetland. Restoring ecosystems and improving watershed health are important Corps missions.
Westmoreland Park environmental restoration complete
10/22/2014 11:32:00 AM
Ducks float along in the newly restored Crystal Springs Creek in Westmoreland Park. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers partnered with the City of Portland to restore the portion of Crystal Springs Creek that flows through Westmoreland Park in southeast Portland. The Corps removed a man-made duck pond and restored the area to a natural wetland. Restoring ecosystems and improving watershed health are important Corps missions.
Westmoreland Park environmental restoration complete
10/22/2014 11:29:00 AM
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers partnered with the City of Portland to restore a portion of Crystal Springs Creek, which runs through Westmoreland Park in southeast Portland. The Corps removed a man-made duck pond and restored the area to a natural wetland, through which Crystal Springs Creek meanders. Restoring ecosystems and improving watershed health are important Corps missions.
Westmoreland Park environmental restoration complete
10/22/2014 11:24:00 AM
A look through the fish viewing window on the day of Bonneville's highest single fish count in 2014, with over 67,000 adult Chinook salmon counted as they migrated up through the fish ladders. After September, the run typically declines as the spawning migration tapers off. For the daily fish count, visit the Portland District website at http://www.nwp.usace.army.mil or call 541-374-4011.
Fish migration peaks at Bonneville Lock and Dam
10/16/2014 9:43:00 AM
Park rangers at Bonneville Lock and Dam on the Columbia River took recycled fishing line and created new fish habitat. Rangers build structures made from recycled  fishing line and sink the structures in nearby Bass Lake.
Bonneville park rangers create fish habitat
10/10/2014 12:40:00 PM
Park rangers at Bonneville Lock and Dam on the Columbia River took recycled fishing line and created new fish habitat. Rangers build structures made from recycled  fishing line and sink the structures in nearby Bass Lake.
Bonneville Dam rangers create fish habitat
10/9/2014 1:04:00 PM
Park rangers at Bonneville Lock and Dam on the Columbia River took recycled fishing line and created new fish habitat. Rangers build structures made from recycled  fishing line and sink the structures in nearby Bass Lake.
Bonneville Dam rangers create fish habitat
10/9/2014 1:03:00 PM
Park rangers at Bonneville Lock and Dam on the Columbia River took recycled fishing line and created new fish habitat. Rangers build structures made from recycled fishing line and sink the structures in nearby Bass Lake.
Bonneville Dam rangers create fish habitat
10/9/2014 1:02:00 PM
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