As the rains return to the Oregon coast, planting of trees and shrubs along the newly re-meandered Matson Creek mark the culmination of the fisheries and wetland restoration to The Wetlands Conservancy Coos County property.
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November 2015 As the rains have reluctantly reached the Oregon coast planting of trees and shrubs along the newly re-meandered Matson Creek main-stem and north fork mark the culmination of fisheries and wetland restoration activities at the Wetland Conservancy’s Coos County property that began in 2004. This third and final phase