Annual Eel River Recovery Project

Posted by on May 5, 2014 in Featured, News, Project

Annual Eel River Recovery Project

The 14,900 to 25,000 fall Chinook estimated by the Eel River Recovery Project (ERRP) in the 2013-2014 season is down somewhat from the previous year’s estimate of 20,000 to 50,000 fish. These recent returns are comparable to those of 1955 to 1958 when the last previous basin wide surveys were conducted. The percentage of jack salmon, which are smaller male salmon that feed for only one year in the ocean, was low in 2013-2014 compared to some recent years. This indicates...

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Eel River Recovery Project releases 2013-2014 report

Posted by on May 4, 2014 in News, Project

Eel River Recovery Project releases 2013-2014 report

The Eel River Recovery Project is releasing the final 2013-2014 Fall Chinook Salmon Monitoring Report that estimates 14,900 to 25,000 Chinook salmon spawned throughout the watershed last fall and winter. The estimate is based on lower Eel River dive counts and organized observations of migration and spawning throughout the watershed that employ photo and video documentation. Dozens of volunteer divers once again turned out for ERRP lower Eel River surveys on October 12 and...

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Grant Request Details for the SONAR Program

Posted by on Sep 23, 2011 in News, Project

Grant Request Details for the SONAR Program

Salmon Restoration Association Grant Request Details Date: September 23, 2011 Name of Organization: School of Natural Resources (SONAR) Name of Project: Salmon Population Surveys Little North Fork Big River Contact Names: Robert Jamgochian Doug Nunn Address: 10700 Ford Street Mendocino, CA 94560 Telephone: 707.9375871 Fax:707.937 5629 E-mail: rjamgoch@mcn.org , dnunn@mcn.org Grant Amount Requested: $8000. (to be matched by...

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Kass Creek Project

Posted by on Jan 28, 2008 in Featured, Project

Kass Creek Project

Salmon BBQ funds help timber firms, regulators create new stream restoration industry As a board member of the Salmon Restoration Association, this reporter voted several years ago to spend $30,000 from the 2008 World’s Largest Salmon Barbecue for stream restoration on Kass Creek.Our money would go primarily to inserting woody debris in the creek, with the supposed result being recreation of habitat for threatened Coho salmon. I hoped those who said putting logs into a...

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Additional Projects Funded by the SRA

Posted by on Jan 28, 2007 in Project

Additional Projects Funded by the SRA

Other projects funded by the Salmon Recovery Association in recent years • $3,000 for the James Creek Sediment Assessment and Fish Passage Planning Project. • $5,000 for a salmon survey on Anderson Creek, a tributary to the Eel River. • $5,000 to help locals understand the Marine Life Protection Act Initiative. • $30,000 as part of a $150,000 Noyo Watershed Alliance effort to replace a blocking salmon passage from the Noyo River into Kass Creek. A film of the Kass Creek...

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