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NEW: The Eureka Times Standard Runs Two articles on the Salt River Ecosystem Restoration Project. KIEM-TV also covers the story.
Read the article entitled “Stakeholders view progress on Eel River delta restoration projects” here.
Read the editorial entitled “Salt River project a model of compromise” here.
View the KIEM-TV Coverage of the Eel River Delta Restoration Project meeting here.
Read All About It!
The first SRWC Newsletter was mailed to all residents in the 95536 zip code area on October 1, 2014. The mailing also included a survey.
Read the newsletter SRWC news.
Read the survey SRWC survey
Take the survey online here.
Who are we?
The Salt River Watershed Council is a public benefit non-profit corporation founded by landowners throughout the Salt River watershed who have a vested interest in the restoration and the maintenance of this valuable resource. In conjunction with the Humboldt County Resource Conservation District (HCRCD), a major restoration project is being planned.
The Salt River Watershed is located within the Eel River Valley near Ferndale, California.