Salmonid Restoration Federation

Trinity County Erosion and Sediment Control Best Management Practices Workshop

June 06, 2016

Salmonid Restoration Federation in collaboration with the CA Department of Fish and Wildlife, Pacific Watershed Associates, and the Five Counties Salmonid Conservation Program offered a BMP workshop and field tour of erosion control sites in Trinity County on June 6.

The workshop covered identifying and evaluating sediment sources, assessing environmental impacts, creating erosion control and prevention plans, designing and evaluating grading plans, and the environmental permitting application process.

Curriculum Included:

  • Identifying and Evaluating Sediment Sources

  • Assessing Environmental Impacts from Sediment Delivery

  • Creating Erosion Control and Prevention Plans

  • Designing and Evaluating Grading Plans and Permits

  • Environmental Permitting Application Process and Requirements

The afternoon field tour included erosion control and road retrofitting field sites.

Thanks to the California Department of Fish and Wildlife and videographer Thomas Dunklin, we are able to share the video from this event.

Program: 
Fire Hall Room, Weaverville Fire Department
125 Bremer Street,
Weaverville, CA

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