This projects goal was to place 110 whole trees into 1.25 miles of critical salmonid spawning and rearing habitat in Charlotte and Luder creeks. Both creeks are tidally-influenced, low gradient tributaries to the Umpqua River Estuary and together have almost eight miles of critical habitat for coho, winter steelhead, resident and anadromous cutthroat trout, Pacific lamprey, brook lamprey, and possible remnant runs of chum and chinook salmon. Using the Umpqua Basin Action Plan (2007), the Elliott State Forest Watershed Analysis (2003) and GIS mapping tools, this area was identified as a high priority stream for habitat restoration. According to ODFW and ODF biologists, the lack of large woody debris in these systems limits summer pool habitat, and refuge habitat during high flows. The lack of these habitat types limits juvenile fish survival. Remediating the limiting factors will have a high benefit for the cost of the materials and work.