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3 thoughts on “Highway runoff can kill coho before they can spawn

  1. It breaks my heart to read this but the county is part of the problem. They have no policy or incentive in place to encourage, or even allow, the installation of rain gardens in ditches in which the county has easement. We tried working with several county people and had to give up after basically being told that there was no way that we could put a rain garden into our ditch because of the county easement. Never mind that the ditch gets significant runoff from the road.

    I can only imagine this problem multiplied by all the ditch easements in our county. Seattle somehow manages to handle this and not only allows, but encourages, rain gardens. Not Kitsap. Kitsap just gives lip service and publicizes the easy cases every once in a while.

  2. Christopher,
    WHAT BRIAN SAID! And in addition to that, I am betting Paul Stametes from Fungi Perfecti would add to this with some ideas. Mushroom are amazing filters of toxins and waste.

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