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Atascadero Creek Sediment Analysis & Fish Passage Restoration Project Community Update Meeting

January 30 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm

Amidst the winter return of coho salmon to the Atascadero-Green Valley watershed, we’d like to invite the community to an update on ongoing habitat enhancement efforts focused in the Atascadero marsh.

Over the past two years, the Gold Ridge RCD and our partners have been working on the Atascadero Creek Sedimentation Analysis and Fish Passage Restoration Design Project which aims to better understand the historical and current conditions in the Atascadero marsh and design a project to enhance access to the upper watershed for salmon.

Please join us on January 30 at 6:30pm for a series of presentations by staff from the Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District, O’Connor Environmental, Inc., California Sea Grant, Baseline Consulting, and Stillwater Sciences. With enormous gratitude to landowners along Atascadero Creek and its tributaries who have granted us access to survey habitat conditions for coho salmon, we’re excited to share what we’ve learned and what we have planned for the future.

This project was funded by the Watershed Restoration Grant Program through the California Department of Fish & Wildlife. This event is part of the Resilient Forests and Watersheds Workshop Series and is funded by a grant from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation.

For more information, contact Sierra Cantor at Sierra@goldridgercd.org

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