Salmonid Restoration Federation

Resources and Updates

Please email water@calsalmon.org or call our office at 707-923-7501 for more information


Redwood Creek Flow Enhancement Public Meeting - February 25
SRF hosted a public meeting via Zoom to provide project updates and answer questions. A recording of the meeting will be made available next week.

February 23, 2021: KMUD News - Morning Show
Dana Stolzman (SRF Executive Director) provides background information on Redwood Creek flow enhancement efforts and how to join the upcoming public meeting on Thursday, February 25 at 5pm via Zoom.

December 9, 2020: Humboldt County will be re-noticing the public comment period in January or February, 2021. All comments already received by the County will remain part of the public record.

November 12, 2020: Public Affairs Radio Show on KMUD
Dana Stolzman (SRF) and Joel Monschke (Stillwater Sciences) provided project information and took questions from callers regarding the Marshall Ranch project.

October 8, 2020: Sanctuary Forest Public Affairs Radio Show on KMUD
Dana Stolzman (SRF), Joel Monschke (Stillwater Sciences) and Tasha McKee (Sanctuary Forest) discuss outcomes from Mattole pilot water projects and current strategies for restoring flows. 

October 7, 2020: Project Status Update Presentation
SRF Executive Director Dana Stolzman and Stillwater Sciences engineer Joel Monschke provide an update on the Marshall Ranch Flow Enhancement project (video of slides).

October 7, 2020: Project Status Update 
Project summary and resources for more information.

October 1, 2020: 90% Basis of Design
This document, prepared by Stillwater Sciences, details the scientific analyses and design plans for this project.

September 1, 2020: KMUD News Radio Interview 
SRF Executive Director Dana Stolzman and Stillwater Sciences engineer Joel Monschke provide an update on the Marshall Ranch Flow Enhancement project (audio only).

August 2, 2020: 90% Design Plans
Draft design plans and site maps.

January 2017: Redwood Creek Feasibility Study 
Flow Enhancement Feasibility Study for Part of Redwood Creek in the South Fork Eel River Watershed


 

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