Evolving Restoration Practices in an Era of Climate Change — The Intertwined History of Two Connected Watersheds
The Salmonid Restoration Federation and Sanctuary Forest put on a Virtual Flow Enhancement and Restoration workshop that explored the evolving restoration in Redwood Creek and the Mattole. These two connected watersheds are intertwined historically, geologically, and from a fisheries recovery perspective. Restoration techniques and flow enhancement strategies have evolved to address climate change resilience and longer dry seasons. This workshop was held via Zoom and is available as a video recording.