GreenWorks and Inter-Fluve recently helped Clackamas County Water Environment Services prepare an application for METRO’s Nature in Neighborhoods Capital Grants Program. This lower section of Mt. Scott Creek has been characterized as a high-priority for instream restoration of rearing habitat for Coho and Steelhead Trout. The requested funds would finance enhancement the installation of large woody debris within the creek channel to increase ecological functions and diversity in the creek for fish habitat. The project also included enhancement of the confluence of Mt. Scott Creek and Camas Creek and installation of two public education overlooks to increase watershed health awareness and provide community stewardship.