Ever wonder what planting nearly 153,000 plants looks like? Watch this video of restoration crews at our Willamette River Confluence project near Eugene.
What was once a vision proposed by Governor Tom McCall in 1971 is now a reality: 4,700 acres at the Middle and Coast forks of the Willamette River are now protected and undergoing extensive restoration.
Mounted 60 feet above the work site, a camera captured five days of restoration at the Willamette Confluence Preserve in this timelapse video.
This slideshow shows work being done at the Confluence to reshape and grade banks, create log jams and more.