News and Announcements
Registration is open for a Water Rights Workshop and a Sediment and Erosion Best Management Practices Workshop happening in Mendocino County later this summer
Salmonid Restoration Federation (SRF) with the support of the North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board is launching our third year of low-flow studies in the South Fork Eel River in order to better understand instream flows, and plan for community-based water conservation efforts.
34th Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference Call for Proposals
Read more about the 18th Annual Coho Confab, the Redwood Creek Project, and new California water legislation.
The Nature Conservancy's California Drought Dashboard is a new tool for exploring how the drought is impacting rivers and habitat throughout California.
Registration is open for the 18th Annual Coho Confab
California is experiencing an extended drought that is affecting local communities and salmon recovery efforts. Governor Brown has called for a 25% mandatory reduction in water usage throughout the state.
18th Annual Coho Confab
The 18th Annual Coho Confab will be held August 21-23 at Westminster Woods in Western Sonoma County.
2015 Plenary Presentations Available Online
Each year, the Annual Salmonid Restoration Conference provides an opportunity to honor the contributions that individual practitioners have made to California's fisheries restoration field.