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Celebrating what's to come

A Seattle neighborhood commemorates the Duwamish waterway and its cleanup and restoration -- an effort that involves Boeing.

Music, dance and boat tours drew record crowds to this year’s annual Duwamish River Festival in Seattle, yet one of the biggest attractions was the information shared about local cleanup and restoration efforts. Boeing highlighted its start of construction of a salmon habitat at the north end of Plant 2, as well as plans to begin dredging the adjacent waterway later this year. In addition, Boeing is working in partnership with the city and Port of Seattle, King County and others to evaluate alternatives for the future cleanup of the lower five-mile (eight-kilometer) stretch of the waterway as part of the Duwamish Superfund site cleanup.