Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Baker Creek Stream Restoration Project progresses Featured

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The planning for the Baker Creek Stream Restoration Project - a Joint project between the Bureau of Land Management and Sanctuary Forest- began well over a year ago. The project, on public lands southeast of Whitethorn, is designed to improve fish habitat and contribute to the recovery of Coho Salmon in Baker Creek, a tributary to the Mattole River in Humboldt County. Additional KMUD News information about this project can be found here.

Dave Brooksher aired this report on the progress of the Baker Creek Project - Oct. 30, 2012 on the KMUD Local News.

The photos below were taken by Dave Brooksher.

Hezakiah Allen, Co-director of the Mattole Restoration Council, pointing to the relief map as Jim Kenna, California Director for the Bureau of Land Managment (left foreground), looks on.


Recently felled logs placed across Baker Creek to preserve salmonid access.

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