The Gold Ridge RCD is seeking the partnership of landowners to assist in a study of the Atascadero Creek subwatershed. This creek has become the focus of our study because of its potential to provide excellent habitat for the endangered coho salmon.
We hosted our first public meeting about this study on November 6, 2019 at Apple Blossom Elementary School. Here are the presentations from that meeting. Click the bold presentation title to open the link to the presentation file.
"Atascadero Subwatershed Coho Habitat Assessment" presented by Sierra Cantor, Ecologist, Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District
"Integrated Groundwater and Surface Water Study of the Green Valley/Atascadero and Dutch Bill Creek Watersheds" presented by Jeremy Kobor, Hydrologist, O'Connor Environmental, Inc.
"Green Valley/Atascadero Water Quality Monitoring" presented by Michael Stuhldreher, Scientific Aid, California Department of Fish and Wildlife
"Salmon Monitoring Overview" presented by Zac Reinstein, Fish biologist, California Sea Grant
Ecologist, Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District
(707) 823-5244 | Sierra@GoldRidgeRCD.org
Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District
2776 Sullivan Road, Sebastopol, CA 95472
(707) 823-5244 | www.GoldRidgeRCD.org