Grette Associates staff members, Ryan Walker and Cassandra Moore, assist Cashmere Developer with shoreline restoration project
Waterfront residents at Cape Horn can rest easier now that their eroding beach has been restored with sand dredged from the Col ...
The projected 39-minute crossing time allows riders to avoid the hassle of driving to Bainbridge Island or catching the state f ...
Grette Associates permitted this 150 slip marina, 33 condominiums, a public access breakwater, and a below-ground parking area.
Our staff obtained local, state and federal permits for the construction of a marina that will be over 30,000 square feet and h ...
NMFS seeks public review and comment through January 4, 2016
WDFW will begin a multi-year study to document shoreline spawning habitat in November.
USFWS opens public comment period to discuss status of the Columbia River Distinct Population Segment (DPS).
Greater sage-grouse in Washington will continue to be managed by the WDFW.
No critical habitat units are included in Oregon or Washington.
Changes to application process for construction and other in-water work "not significant."