POSITION SUMMARY The Riparian Restoration Project Manager works with the Riparian Restoration Program team to implement restoration projects on Puget Sound Region Rivers. The project manager identifies restoration opportunities through partnerships with external agencies, organizations and landowners and through support from the department director secures funding to plan, design and implement restoration projects across the Puget Sound region to enhance riparian conditions on focus Rivers. The Riparian Restoration Program is a landscape-scale, community focused restoration model that offers invasive plant abatement on public and private lands (primarily knotweed control), native plant installations on public lands, collaborative restoration projects with private riverfront landowner

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