Ben Gregory, an engineer for King County working on fish passage barrier assessment, shines a light into a culvert near Preston. (Steve Ringman / The Seattle Times)
Environment

King County’s culvert hunters — and a $9 billion plan to save salmon habitat

Criss-crossing under highways, roads and driveways, King County's culverts allow streams to flow, but often not enough for fish to make safe passage. King County's $9 billion plan aims to unclog these barriers and save habitat for salmon. VIEW

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