Qwuloolt Estuary Restoration to Break Ground August 27th


Congratulations to the Tulalip Tribes, Washington Department of Ecology, National Marine Fisheries Service, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, City of Marysville, U.S. Corps of Engineers, and the many people who have contributed to the success of this project.

ESA is proud to have been a long-term partner providing geomorphic analysis, hydraulic modeling, sedimentation analysis, hydrology and hydraulics studies, permitting, and preliminary design for the setback levee, restored tidal channel system, wave attenuation berms, and infrastructure retrofits. On the job for more than 8 years, ESA helped the Tulalip Tribes to navigate the complex analysis, design, and permitting to restore 360-acres to their historic and natural influences of the Snohomish  River and tides to the Qwuloolt area. ESA is working with the Tribes and their partners over the next year as they continue to prepare the site for the levee breach.  
Please contact aroot [at] esassoc [dot] com (Ann Root) or swinter [at] esassoc [dot] com (Steve Winter) at 206.789.9658 for more information about this exciting project.