Spring Flow Release Meeting for the Trinity River: April 11, 2019

Spring Flow Release Meeting for the Trinity River: April 11, 2019

Everyone welcome! Thursday April 11, 2019 @ 6pm – 7:30pm The Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP) will host a public informational meeting to present the 2019 recommended spring restoration flow releases from Lewiston Dam, and gravel augmentation plans for the Trinity River.  TRRP staff will be able to answer questions on the presentations. Meet at the TRRP Office at 1313 S. Main Street in Weaverville  (In the Holiday Market shopping center). For more information call the Trinity River Restoration Program….

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Recommended Spring Flow Releases on the Trinity River

Recommended Spring Flow Releases on the Trinity River

The Trinity Management Council (TMC) has recommended that flow releases from Lewiston Dam to the Trinity River begin on Sunday, April 14, and will follow two possible release schedules depending on the 2019 water year designation.   In a “normal” water year, the peak flow will reach approximately 10,500 cubic feet per second (cfs) on April 30, with smaller peaks of 7,600 cfs on April 18 and 5,500 cfs on May 19.  In a “wet” water year, the peak will…

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Community Wetland Weekend

Community Wetland Weekend

Join the Watershed Stewards Program, the Watershed Research and Training Center, and the Trinity County Resource Conservation District in this community event. April 6, 2019 from 10am – 2pm Hayfork Community Wetlands @ 200 Oak Ave, Hayfork, CA 96041 All ages are encouraged to attend!  There will be invasive removal, native tree planting & beautification of the wetland.   The Wetlands are an essential part of the town providing clean, cold water to Hayfork creek while simultaneously creating habitat for…

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Birding Adventure at the Weaver Basin Wetlands

Birding Adventure at the Weaver Basin Wetlands

Saturday March 23, 2019.  11am – 1pm At the Weaver Basin Wetlands on Industrial Parkway in Weaverville, CA This fun and free event is open to people of all birding skill levels – from experienced bird watchers to beginners. All ages welcome. Light refreshments provided. Binoculars and bird identification guides available. This birding adventure will be guided by Pat Frost, nature enthusiast and natural history instructor at Shasta College. For more information contact Elizabeth Sandoval at Trinity County Resource Conservation…

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