Salmonid Restoration Federation


Regional Work

Our office is based in Eureka, a small city and the county seat of Humboldt County in Northern California. Many watersheds in this region are home to coho, Chinook, and steelhead populations that are threatened by a range of human behaviors, including unregulated water diversions. To see how Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) is engaging with local communities to conserve water and increase streamflows in critical salmonid habitat on the north coast, take a look at our Regional Work.

The Redwood Creek Water Conservation Project
Redwood Creek Low-Flow Monitoring
Marshall Ranch Flow Enhancment
Sproul Creek Monitoring
Holland Reservoir Project
Humboldt Bay Aquaculture
Water Rights Education
Water Conservation Education

Statewide Events

SRF hosts several statewide symposia, field schools, and technical trainings every year for the purposes of bringing together the stakeholders who are part of California’s salmonid restoration community. Visit our statewide events to learn more.

Spring-run Chinook Symposia
Coho Confabs
Field Schools
Steelhead Summit