• Salt River Ecosystem Restoration Project

    A multi-year, multi-agency endeavor led by HCRCD that takes a holistic, watershed-wide approach to address sediment, fish passage, flooding, and drainage issues in the Salt River Watershed of Ferndale. Read More
  • Williams Creek Restoration Project

    Identifying restoration possibilities to connect Williams Creek and Salt River, reduce flood risks, and improve both wildlife habitat and agricultural land productivity. Read More
  • Russ Creek and Centerville Slough Restoration Project

    1,480 acres of tidal wetland to be restored. Read More
  • Mad River Slough – Wadulh Lagoon Restoration Project

    Wadulh Lagoon Tidal Wetland Enhancement Project The Wadulh Lagoon Restoration Project aims to revitalize tidal wetlands and rejuvenate riparian forests along Mad River Slough in Humboldt County, Humboldt Bay. The initiative involves converting diked agricultural working lands with marginal and subsiding pasture into a diverse wetland environment, encompassing salt marsh, brackish marsh, mudflat, and subtidal/intertidal… Read More
  • McGinnis Creek Instream Habitat Enhancement Project

    McGinnis Creek Instream Habitat Enhancement Project This initiative is a component of the broader Mattole and Salmon Creek Forest Health and Wildfire Resilience Project, supported by funding from CalFire. The partners working on this aspect of the project include both the Mattole Restoration Council and the Mattole Salmon Group. McGinnis Creek is a tributary in… Read More
  • National Water Quality Initiative

    As USDA’s premiere water quality initiative, NWQI provides a way to accelerate voluntary, on-farm conservation investments and focused resources in the Salt River watershed. Read More
  • White Slough Wetlands Enhancement

    Restoration of Humboldt Bay National Wildlife Refuge’s White Slough Unit provides an opportunity to regain 40 acres of salt marsh in Humboldt Bay. Read More