Total Watershed Acres: 7,800
Ownership: 86% private
Land Cover: 68% cropland
- Restore Flow
- Reduce Water Temperature
- Increase Habitat Diversity
- Decreased Sediment Load
- Improve Water Quality
Steelhead Habitat Restoration Needs
In order to restore and improve the steelhead habitat within the watershed the following treatments are needed:
A – Improve riparian condition – 33.5 miles riparian restoration.
B – Reduce Stream bank Erosion – 12.8 miles stream bank protection.
B – Restore Floodplain Access and Reconnect Channel – 0.5 miles.
C – Improve watershed hydrology - Install 15 acres wetland enhancements, 40 acres upland grass/forb planting, and 60 acres upland tree planting.
D – Reduce sediment delivery to streams from uplands – 2,204 acres upland treatment.
E – Remove or retrofit fish barriers – remove 7 barriers restoring 1.25 miles of access.
E – Reduce Road Associated Sediment Delivery to the Stream - 116 miles road improvements.