Mitigation and Monitoring Program
Restoring natural areas after construction
When capital projects impact natural areas–streams, wetlands, and other critical areas–our Mitigation and Monitoring (M/M) Program steps in to make sure that restoration is successful.
The M/M Program uses the best available science, ongoing problem-solving, and innovation to return an affected area to as good or better condition than before construction. The program team enables restored sites to function on their own once monitoring is complete.
What is in a sign?
The M/M Program has revamped the signs marking our restoration sites! The new design conveys in full color the importance of these restoration areas for our environment. The signs also identify activities that can harm restoration areas, reducing environmental value and increasing maintenance costs. Learn more at https://kingcountywtd.com/2019/10/30/help-us-protect-recovering-landscapes/.
Explore this page to find:
Blog: Clean water stories
Help us protect recovering landscapes, October 30, 2019
For more information about the Mitigation and Monitoring Program, please contact us at: