Triple Creek

About Triple Creek

The Triple Creek site is part of a 100-acre forested wetland complex that is hydrologically supported by flows from the Buckhorn Mountain drainages of Bolster and Thorp Creeks, which flow through an alluvial fan into Myers Creek. The wetland is located in a floodplain of Myers Creek, about 1.5 miles from Chesaw, Washington. OHA is working with collaborative partners to restore the stream and wetland, to improve habitat and wetland function. 

Watch our Video!

This short video tells the Triple Creek restoration story in a nutshell, from the perspective of the restoration team, including the land stewards.
You will also see a bird’s eye view of the project!

(Videography by Josh Duplechian, Senior Producer, Trout Unlimited)

At the start of this project,

the water of Myers Creek was not visible from the road at this location, being so far down in the incision trench. In 2018, the water connected with its historic floodplain!

Triple Creek Floodplain

Beavers & Other Wildlife

Triple Creek In the News

Working to kick-start nature with wetland restoration

On the western toe of Buckhorn Mountain, in a place called Triple Creek, a rich wetland once thrived. A productive great blue heron rookery overlooked large beaver ponds teeming with trout. Myers Creek spilled over its banks, keeping the soils wet so that animals from all levels of life could flourish – from dragonflies to frogs to birds of prey. In the late 1990’s, an unusually heavy rain-on-snow event changed everything… 

Check out this 360° Photosphere: Click, drag, and scroll!

“Before” photo taken in Myers creek during low water, prior to construction

Restoration Sites

Lost Lake

Wetland and Wildlife Preserve

Myers Creek

Habitat Restoration

Pine Chee

Mitigation Site

Landowner Support

How we support and collaborate with landowners to protect and restore wetlands


Helpful information, documents, programs, and links

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