SRF is grateful for the continued support of our members in this tumultuous year. Like our beloved salmon, we have had to adapt to challenging conditions and ever-changing variables, yet bringing the restoration field together remains core to SRF’s mission.
Despite this year’s hardships, SRF has creatively tried to fulfill our mission and goals by offering new tools and resources to benefit the restoration community, including:
SRF launched a free monthly restoration webinar series when we had to cancel the annual conference due to COVID-19. The next webinar, a panel discussion of the Klamath River Dam Removal, will take place on December 11.
SRF created a Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion scholarship fund and resources page to support diverse representation in the salmon restoration field.
SRF co-authored a Community Water Management guidebook with The Nature Conservancy and other restoration partners.
SRF advanced our flow enhancement planning activities in the South Fork Eel watershed.
SRF continued our low-flow monitoring programs on the South Fork Eel River in Redwood Creek and Sproul Creek.
Please consider joining SRF as a member, or renewing your support this season as we navigate these difficult times. Together we are stronger.