Pullen Creek Streamwalk
|Client:||Taiya Inlet Watershed Council|
|Components:||Ecological Restoration, Interpretive Design, Public Outreach, Sustainable Design, Trail Design|
Corvus worked with the Taiya Inlet Watershed Council and US Fish and Wildlife Service to develop an interpretive pedestrian route along the lower ¼ mile segment of Pullen Creek while enhancing the riparian ecosystem. This highly popular urban and anadromous stream has received heavy use and has impacted areas due to fishing and adjacent uses. The project identified areas for restoration to stabilize stream banks, reduce stream velocity and create improved habitat, feeding and rearing opportunities within the creek. The project also developed a master plan for a pedestrian route along the stream to provide viewing and angling facilities, interpretive and educational opportunities, and allow interaction with the creek.