Eel River Recovery Project Tracks 2016-2017 Fall Chinook Run

Posted by on Oct 18, 2016 in News, Project

Eel River Recovery Project Tracks 2016-2017 Fall Chinook Run

The rain is triggering the start of the Eel River 2016-2017 fall Chinook salmon run and the Eel River Recovery Project (ERRP) is starting its fifth annual effort to monitor abundance throughout the watershed. Dozens of people participate as volunteers helping with dive counts in the lower Eel River, joining main river kayak expeditions to count salmon nests or redds, and providing observations and evidence about migration and spawning activity throughout the watershed. In...

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SRA Supports the Mendocino High School SONAR Program

Posted by on Feb 15, 2016 in News, Project

SRA Supports the Mendocino High School SONAR Program

As part of its educational mission, SRA is helping to support the Mendocino High School life science program which culminates in the SONAR program. SONAR (School of Natural Resources) prepares students to become environmentally aware citizens and trains these individuals for careers in environmental science. The program began there in 2001 and has now accumulated over 15 years of meaningful, scientific data which is collected in partnership with the Department of Fish and...

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Learn About the Salmon Restoration Association

Posted by on Jan 28, 2016 in Featured, Uncategorized

Learn About the Salmon Restoration Association

We are a non-profit organization, located in Fort Bragg, California, dedicated to the restoration of the salmon resource in Mendocino County, California. The Salmon Restoration Association exists for one reason… To take positive, measurable action to restore the natural wild salmon runs to rivers of Northern California. … this post redirects to the home page- this is a placeholder for the HOME page slider…

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BBQ Funds Help local Salmon Recovery

Posted by on Nov 1, 2015 in News

BBQ Funds Help local Salmon Recovery

Barriers that prevent migration of endangered coho salmon to their natal streams are one of the major contributors to declining populations. Within the Big River watershed a few barriers still remain in the form of culverts that were improperly designed or installed and a few dams. Both types of these barriers may block adult or juvenile salmon from upstream migration depending on the height of the structure and the velocity of the water. This past fall the Big River...

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