Emergency Flow Change on the Trinity River 7-26-2018

Emergency Flow Change on the Trinity River 7-26-2018

Due to the Carr fire, the Carr Powerhouse is shut down. Releases from Lewiston Dam on 7/26/2018 increased from the summer base flow as follows: 10 am: from 450 cfs to 550 cfs 12 noon: from 550 cfs to 750 cfs. Check water levels before entering the river at trrp.net

Winner of the 2018 Photo Contest Announced!

Winner of the 2018 Photo Contest Announced!

Congratulations to Mike Dixon for winning the 2018 Trinity River Photo Contest! (Click on “Read More” below to see winning photograph) Members of the community, and local schools were asked to submit their best photo that represents any “Trinity River Watershed”. Voting took place through Facebook, tcrcd.net, and at Weaverville Farmers Market. Mike’s beautiful photo of Weaver Creek will be printed on reusable shopping bags, and will be highlighted in the Trinity River Restoration Program’s 2019 monthly calendar. Thank you…

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2018 Trinity River Photo Contest

2018 Trinity River Photo Contest

Calling all Trinity County photographers All Ages!  Submit your photo of the Trinity River, a tributary, or a location within the Trinity River watershed for a chance to to be included in a 2019 Trinity River Calendar and, if you win 1st, your photo printed on re-usable shopping bags that will  be distributed throughout the Trinity River region. To Enter: Must be a Trinity County resident Limit of 1 photo submission per person Entries must be emailed by May 31,…

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4.17-23 Flow Release Changes

4.17-23 Flow Release Changes

Trinity River Community Members – Please be aware of the following flow release schedule for Trinity River releases.   Date                Time             From (cfs)     To (cfs) 04/16/2017      2200             300               400 04/17/2017      0001             400               500 04/17/2017      0200             500         …

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Flows Up!

Flows Up!

From the Trinity Journal: http://www.trinityjournal.com/news/local/article_07755cba-42a9-11e8-86c1-57539885d8fb.html Spring flows begin in ‘critically dry’ year By AMY GITTELSOHN The Trinity Journal This has been designated a “critically dry” year for the Trinity River, and a flow schedule has been approved reflecting that. Last year the basin got the largest amount of water ever measured. “This year is quite a bit different,” said Eric Peterson, data steward for the Trinity River Restoration Program, as plans were shared with the public April 12. The critically…

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