Editor's note: The project's distance from Leavenworth was incorrect in the original version of this story. The error has been corrected in this version.
What: Reconnection of an historic oxbow to Nason Creek.
Why: Give spring chinook and steelhead access for the first time in more than a century to 152 acres of wetland and five mountain streams cut off in 1893, when the Great Northern Railroad laid its track across Stevens Pass. Both these species are threatened.