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MICA Kilisut Harbor Restoration Project Presentation- January 20th, 2014
Marrowstone Island Community Association Presentation
North Olympic Salmon Coalition
January 20, 2014 - 7-8:30pm
Club House of the Nordland Garden Club
6:30 Arrival, Set up
7:00-7:30 MICA Business Meeting
7:35 Overview of Restoration Plans
8:00 Q&A/Input from community
8:30 Recap input and Reiterate next steps
Kilisut Harbor Restoration
Presentation to Marrowstone Island Community
January 20th, 2014
Who is the North Olympic Salmon Coalition?
Our Mission: Restore, enhance and protect
habitat of North Olympic Peninsula wild salmon
stocks and promote community volunteerism,
understanding, cooperation and stewardship of
Who is the North Olympic Salmon Coalition?
501 (c) 3 non-profit
Based in Port
8 staff, 1 intern &
8 member Board
Founded in 1990
North Olympic Salmon Coalition: Funding
-Education and Outreach Staff &
-Monitoring and Administration
-Project Development & Grant
-Gear for volunteers and events waders, first aid, boots, cameras
-Office Operations - rent, utilities, IT
Average administrative overhead costs from
2010-2012 was 15% annually
1908 and 1912- Bridges were
constructed with one across
each channel connecting Indian
Isl. and Marrowstone Isl.
1940- bridges removed and
large culverts installed
1958- large culverts taken out
and replaced with current
small undersized culverts.
IMPROVE WATER QUALITY
-High water temperature and nutrient buildup caused by
poor flushing coupled with a high sunlight level results in
heavy phytoplankton blooms.
-Phytoplankton die off and decomposition depletes oxygen
-Results in poor water quality and consequent shellfish kills.
THE PARTNERS AND FUNDERS
Design and Engineering
Construction of tidal channels and new
THE BUILDERS AND DESIGNERS
-Have worked with WSDOT on 8 consecutive bridge structural agreements and on-going
restoration design work. Understand WSDOT design process
-Developed Kilisut Harbor conceptual design for PSNERP
-Jack Bjork, project manager, has 37 year of experience in water resource in civil
-Coastal Geologic Services (CGS) has specialized in providing comprehensive nearshore
services in Puget Sound since their inception in 1993
- CGS was a key part of Sound-wide analyses for the US Army Corps of Engineers and
PSNERP, and has written several important guidance documents for WDFW.
-KPFF developed the bridge concepts for this project when they worked on the site
as part of the Puget Sound Nearshore Ecological Restoration Project and will provide
bridge and road design.
-Their bridge group has designed bridges for all of the key stakeholders including
WSDOT, US Navy and the Department of Natural Resources.
-Shannon & Wilson is well known for innovative geotechnical engineering,
engineering geology and environmental services for a variety of shoreline habitat
restoration and bridge projects and will provide geotechnical expertise for this
- WEST will provide hydraulic modeling on this project.
- WEST engineers are experts in the development and application of hydrologic,
hydraulic, sediment transport, and water quality computer models.
-NTI will provide surveying services on this project.
- NTI has a staff trained and experienced in all areas of Land Surveying, Civil
Engineering, Material Testing and Geotechnical Engineering.
Utilities and Local
Community Voiced Concerns/Questions to Date
Garry Oak grove along 116
2. Attracting seals to the head of the bay
3. Concern about potential noise from a bridge
4. Pedestrian and bicycle access is needed across the bridge
5. Visual aesthetics of the bridge
6. Native Olympia Oyster populations
7. Curiosity about how the cut between Rat Island and Fort Flagler
has affected sedimentation patterns in the bay
Collaborative Restoration Restoration