The Seattle Times

1 of 14
TOM REESE / SPECIAL TO THE SEATTLE TIMES
Advertising

Thursday, April 14, 2011

Reclaiming the Duwamish River

The wild Duwamish River was "tamed" by dredging, filling and straightening, which destroyed 98 percent of its natural abundance. Only one natural bend in the river remains, flowing around Kellogg Island, center. It is surrounded by industry and other evidence of the choices made by city planners and developers.