The Port of Seattle has many innovative and industry-leading programs to protect the environment. In the last decade, more than 180 acres of wetland and aquatic habitat have been created or restored. Additionally, several small streams around Sea-Tac Airport have been enhanced, and Miller Creek now hosts a growing population of chum salmon. At the seaport, intertidal marshes and riparian areas are being restored and 100,000 tons of contaminated sediment have been removed. These programs and more are highlighted throughout this section, if you have additional questions or comments please contact us.