Entiat River, WA
Building on strong community support, the Entiat Watershed Planning Unit has worked since 1998 to develop and implement a multi-decade restoration strategy to improve water quality, habitat and native fish populations in central Washington’s Entiat River.
Methow River, WA
A tributary of the upper Columbia River, the Methow River drains a 1.1 million acre watershed on the eastern slopes of the North Cascades in north-central Washington. The Methow watershed historically supported prolific runs of Chinook and coho salmon, summer steelhead, Pacific lamprey as well as cutthroat, redband and bull trout. However, these native fish populations have experienced considerable declines from their once abundant numbers.