DEER HARBOR BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION

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Agriculture Projects ​​

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Mycoremediation, a phrase coined by Paul Stamets, is a form of bioremediation, the process of using fungi to degrade or sequester contaminants in the environment. Here we inoculate alder wood chips with spores, keeping them moist and warm.  In a short time, mycelium are densely growing, forming their natural "web", which will act as an extremely effective filtering and capturing mechanism to break down toxins into harmless elements removing the contaminants from the soil and water flowing into the estuary.


​DHSP Fish Ladder Construction on Fish Trap Creek.

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Deer Harbor Bridge Construction

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BUILDING THE 9-WEIR SALMON LADDER IN 2010

MYCOREMEDIATION MUSHROOM MYCELIUM FILTERING

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Mycoremediation  Projects ​​

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