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The Triple Creek site is part of a 100-acre forested wetland complex that is hydrologically supported by flows from the Buckhorn Mountain drainages of Bolster and Thorp Creeks, which flow through an alluvial fan into Myers Creek. The wetland is located in a floodplain of Myers Creek, about 1.5 miles from Chesaw, WA. OHA is working with collaborative partners to restore the stream and wetland, to improve habitat and wetland function. Use the buttons at the top of the page to learn more about the project.






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Plantings at Triple Creek early spring 2016

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("Before" photo taken in Myers Creek during low water, prior to construction)