Construction at Fisher Slough

Hard hats are required at The Nature Conservancy's Fisher Slough project in the Skagit Delta. Here's a glimpse of construction at this innovative project site.

Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

 Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

 Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

 Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

  Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

 Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

 Fisher Slough is a project in Washington’s Skagit Delta where The Nature Conservancy is creating new salmon habitat. At the same time, this restoration project is replacing antiquated diking and drainage infrastructure and improving floodwater storage for the local community.

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