Salmonid Restoration Federation

Sproul Creek Watershed Meeting

12 May 2022

Salmonid Restoration Federation hosted a meeting about Sproul Creek, a significant tributary to the South Fork Eel River. The meeting was Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 5:15 pm and featured summer flow conditions and an overview of restoration implementation and flow enhancement planning efforts in this important tributary. The meeting was intended for Sproul Creek residents, landowners, and stakeholders.

Agenda included:

• Salmon Habitat Restoration Priorities (SHaRP) Process and Recommended Actions for Sproul Creek
Julie Weeder, NOAA; Allan Renger, CDFW; and Kaydee Boozel, CDFW.
• Sproul Creek Instream Restoration Projects
Isaac Mikus, Eel River Watershed Improvement Group
• Sproul Creek Streamflow Monitoring
Katrina Nystrom, Salmonid Restoration Federation
• Flow Enhancement Planning Project Update
Joel Monschke, Stillwater Sciences
• Community Discussion

Learn more about Sproul Creek flow monitoring here

Please read about the 2021 Sproul Creek Action Plan by the South Fork Eel River SHaRP Collaborative.

The slides and audio of the meeting were recorded and are available to watch here

  • Juvenile coho salmon
  • dry cobble streambed surrounded by riparian forest.
Southern Humboldt Community Park Barn
1144 Sprowel Creek Rd
Garberville , CA