T-107 is an important archaeological, cultural and historical site that sits on the shores of the original Duwamish River. Today, T-107 is an important habitat node, or oasis, where returning salmon and other wildlife can rest, feed and escape from predators… we want to keep it this way, and make it even better! Read More…
|Contact: Alberto RodriguezProgram Manager
(206) 453-9803 | email@example.com
Herring’s House is a 15.5 acre location was built in 1999 primarily as habitat for juvenile Chinook salmon. The site is built around a constructed intertidal estuary connected to the Duwamish River. The park features a picnic area, parking area, 3 viewpoints of the Duwamish River and the estuary and trails through the woodland buffers that surround the estuary.
Phone: (206) 423-1677
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Don’t miss this opportunity to make a difference on your river, meet people, enjoy pastries and coffee, and get a free “workout.” There will be a choice of tasks that you can help us with, including weeding, removing invasive plants, mulching, planting groundcovers, and maintaining the existing plantings.