North Coast Water Conservation Workshop
Salmonid Restoration Federation, Sanctuary Forest, CalTrout, and Trout Unlimited hosted an exciting Water Conservation workshop on Friday, January 13 from 1 - 5 pm at the Fortuna River Lodge. Topics covered included community water conservation programs, water rights, and building toward salmon recovery.
This workshop featured leading water conservation speakers and planners presenting on a spectrum of water conservation issues that could benefit communities throughout the North Coast.
Keynote speaker Brock Dolman, Occidental Arts & Ecology Center (Video Recording)
Collaboration in the Mattole Headwaters by Tasha McKee, Sanctuary Forest (Video Recording)
Instream Flows and Salmon Recovery by Julie Weeder, NOAA Fisheries (Video Recording)
An Overview of Water Rights for Small Landowners by Matt Clifford, Trout Unlimited (Video Recording)
Water Conservation Through the Use of Natural and Artificial Beaver Dams by Elijah Portugal, Redwood Community Action Agency (Video Recording)
The workshop was followed by a 5pm kickoff to Humboldt Steelhead Days, featuring information about Eel River restoration efforts, short films, as well as beer and appetizers.
Radio Interviews about this Workshop:
January 9, 2017: Jefferson Public Radio
SRF's Dana Stolzman is interviewed about the North Coast Water Conservation Workshop in Fortuna on January 13, along with Tasha McKee from Sanctuary Forest and Mark Lancaster of the Five Counties Salmonid Conservation Program.
January 2, 2017: KHSU
KHSU Interview with Dana Stolzman, Executive Director of Salmonid Restoration Federation, regarding the North Coast Water Conservation in Fortuna, CA on January 13, 2017. This event is part of Humboldt Steelhead Days.