2008 Meeting

Date: November 20, 2008
Topic: Shoreline Restoration in Urban Settings: Case Studies in the City of Seattle
Location: Seattle Art Museum and Olympic Sculpture Park, Seattle, WA

Agenda (95 kb .pdf file)

Speaker Biographies (59 kb .pdf file)


John Arnesen, Seattle Department of Transportation:
Seawall Replacement: Opportunities for Habitat Improvement in Heavily Armored Shorelines (10.27 MB .pdf file)
Leila Wilke, Seattle Art Museum:
A Cultural Institution Takes on Restoration: SAM and the Olympic Sculpture Park (3 MB .pdf file)
Peter Hummel, Anchor Environmental:
Restoration in Heavily Altered Areas: How Do We Get There? Site Design, Considerations, Permitting (4.32 MB .pdf file)
Margaret Glowacki, City of Seattle:
Restoration Project Permitting: A City Planning Perspective (23.29 MB .pdf file)
Joy Keniston-Longrie, Seattle Public Utilities:
Restoration Coordination: A Tool for Expediting the Process (33.7 MB .pdf file))
Jason Toft, UW School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences:
Restoration Site Monitoring: In the Water and on the Land (6 MB .pdf file)
**This meeting included a field tour of the Olympic Sculpture Park beach restoration site.**